|Union||New Zealand Rugby Union|
|Most caps||Anthony Tuitavake (13)|
|Top scorer||Stephen Donald (59)|
|Most tries||Hosea Gear|
Anthony Tuitavake (8)
| Junior All Blacks 23–19 Australia A |
(26 June 2005)
| Junior All Blacks 57–8 Fiji |
(2 June 2007)
The Junior All Blacks are a New Zealand rugby union team. The Junior All Blacks are not an age grade side, but the second national team behind the New Zealand national rugby union team. For all intents and purposes, they are the "New Zealand A" team.
The present team is actually the second incarnation of the Junior All Blacks. The first team was an age grade side, being players under 23 years old (U23), and played between 1958 and 1984. Additionally, the team played a tour match, as New Zealand A, against visiting England in 1998. The team was reintroduced and repurposed in 2006.
Squad for the 2009 IRB Pacific Nations Cup:
Note: Flags indicate national union for the club/province as defined by World Rugby.
1958 - 1998
The Junior All Blacks play their Test matches at a variety of venues throughout New Zealand.
Venues of Junior All Black Tests in New Zealand