Lomu admitted to hospital
Retired All Black legend Jonah Lomu has been admitted to an Auckland hospital with kidney problems.
Lomu, the leading World Cup try-scorer with 15 across the 1995 and 1999 tournaments, had a kidney transplant seven years ago.
The Auckland district health board confirmed Lomu was in the renal and liver transplant ward.
Lomu's wife Nadene told the New Zealand Herald on Sunday: "All I can say is my husband is stable and until we know exactly what's wrong, we are not prepared to comment."
The 36-year-old Auckland-born wing, who scored 37 tries in 63 Tests, has been playing for French minor league team Marseille-Vitrolles.
Lomu took part in the opening ceremony for the Rugby World Cup and is an ambassador for the tournament.