Berhampore School's Caroline Fa'afoi has created her version of Ma'a Nonu.
WINNING ENTRY: Shannon Minogue has added air conditioning to Decimal Dagg to stop him overheating and a tiara to prove "he's king of rugby".
Amaya Cross Allyon has added a vaccum cleaner to Richie McCaw to help "suck up the ball", a spy camera so he can keep watch on the other team and a robot inside his boots to do the running for him.
Parkvale School pupil Olivia Mairs has added rear-vision mirrors to Richie McCaw so he can see players coming up behind him.
Parkvale School's Riki Karena has created "Super Ultimate (Con)Rad Smith" with accelerator boots and pants.
Charli McConnell's entry has Richie McCaw dissolve into a peanut and "then he explodes out prickles" at players trying to stop him.
Parkvale School's Xavier Cameron has turned Zac Gilford into Batman.
Zinnia Davis from Berhampore School has added a secret ball and added wings to Piri Weepu's shoes.
Berhampore School's Imran Mohamed has rebooted Richie McCaw with his design which includes a shield for protection.
Luke Clark, age 12, has created a player with silver fern wings for gliding through the sky, flame thrower for defense, shoulder spikes for rucks and rocket boots to enhance his flying.
Vincent Piotrkowski's multi-talented "Candy Carter" comes equipped with cake, icecream and pizza - just in case he's hungry.
Logan De Joux has decked-out Zack Gilford with wings so he can fly over the goal post, rocket feet and mechanical arms to help in the line out. Waimea Intermedaite School, Nelson.
Caley McCulloch's upgraded Ma'a Nonu has snakes in his hair and spikes in his pants to keep the opposition away. Totara Park School, age 8.
Erin Eckery, age 7, from Totara Park School has created an invisable cloak to assisting in winning.
Fraser McNally, age 7, from Totara Park School created "Rocket Rugby Guy".
Totara Park pupil Macy Phillips, age 8, designed "Dancing Queen Dan Carter".
Isaac Hanning, age 7, from Totara Park School has created "Super Rugby Guy".
Kaleb Wineburn, age 8, from Totara Park School, with "Vampire Sonny Bill Williams".
Entry by Rozlyn Thompson of Bream Bay College.
Entry from Nathan Bradford, age 8, Totara Park School in Upper Hutt.
"This is my super rugby player Dan Carter - the best rugby kicker who shows awesome sportsmanship to his other team mates", writes Jade of Bream Bay College.
Cole Tarau-Baldwin from Bream Bay College in Northland.
Entry by Felicity Johnstone from Parkvale School in Hastings.
Matthew Ryall's design - St Jospeh's primary, Papanui, Christchurch.
Jake Phillips from St Joseph's primary in Papanui reckons Robbie Bill Carter is a winning combination.
Gina Weston's entry from St Jospeh's primary in Papanui, Christchurch.
Abby Gorman, St Joseph's school, Papanui, Christchurch
Olivia James from St Jospeh's primary in Papanui, Christchurch.
Design by Cameron Nevin of St Joseph's primary in Papanui.
Nathan McCourt's design from Parkvale School in Hastings.
Olivia Keehan's entry from St Joseph's primary in Papanui.
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