Barrett sticks with All Blacks through to 2022

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Jordie Barrett's new three-year deal with the Hurricanes is effectively just a one-year deal.

That was explained in the press release sent out by NZ Rugby, but any reference to that clause was curiously missing in the one sent out by the Hurricanes, who trumpeted the retention of the 10-cap New Zealand global on a three-year deal.

Outside back Jordie Barrett has committed to the All Blacks for three more years in a win for New Zealand Rugby.

Under his contract, Barrett also has the option to change Super Rugby clubs at some point post-2020.

'There is a really good mix of youth as well as experienced leaders in the Hurricanes squad and I feel like this is the best place to develop my game, ' Jordie Barrett said.

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Pieter van der Spuy spotted the New Zealand fullback stealing metres behind Australian referee Nic Berry's back prior to attempting a shot at goal during last Saturday's Rugby Championship clash at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington.

Barrett's older brother, Beauden, recently also extended his contract with New Zealand Rugby but switched to the Blues, who he will join halfway through next year.

Hansen congratulated Jordie Barrett as "an outstanding, talented young player who has soaked up everything he can in the All Blacks environment".

"He has a big future in the game and we look forward to seeing his career grow over the next few years". Distance was never going to be a problem from either spot on the field.

Barrett announced his decision to recommit this morning but differing statements released by New Zealand Rugby and the Hurricanes have left some fans scratching their heads over the final details of his new deal.

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