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Next Game: The Season has finished
I have to earn respect back: Proctor
20 Jun 2017
Kiwis forward Kevin Proctor says he can only move on from last month's drug scandal once he gains respect back from his teammates and family.

Kevin Proctor has broken his silence on last month's drug scandal, saying he can only move on from the drama once he gains the respect back from his teammates and family.

Proctor addressed media for the first time since he and former New Zealand captain Jesse Bromwich were caught allegedly snorting cocaine following the Test loss in Canberra.

The incident led to Proctor voluntarily standing down from co-captaincy duties at the Titans, as well as a club-imposed four-game suspension and World Cup ban for the Kiwis.

Proctor made his return in the Titans' loss to South Sydney on Friday but on Monday admitted he had plenty of making up to do with his teammates.

"I owe them a lot. I have to earn everyone's respect back. I let a lot of people down, including my teammates, the club, my country, the NRL, and most of all, my family," Proctor said.

"Once I start earning everyone's respect back and get back to doing what I love, I'll move on from this."

He spoke of the pain he had brought on his family and vowed to grow from the ordeal.

"It's been tough for everyone. I don't want to drag them through that anymore. Just trying to put all that behind me and let my actions do the talking," he said.

"And I'm a father as well. I need to be a better role model to my kids, and that's why I'm working really hard to put all this behind me."

Proctor, who returned in Friday's loss to South Sydney, denied he had a drinking problem.

"I just had some bad choices. I've got the welfare team here to help me out and deal with those situations a lot better. I think I'm coming out the other side," he said.

As part of Proctor's punishment, the 28-year-old was fined $A20,000 ($NZ20,800) and ordered to undergo 50 hours of community service with the Salvation Army.


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Last Game: The Kiwis lost against the Australia Roo's 10 - 28 at WestpacTrust Stadium, New Zealand (5824 days ago)  game results here
 New Zealand Kiwis Season 0 Stats (All games)
 Total Games Played
 Away Games
    Away Wins 0 
 Home Games
    Home Wins
 Total Tries:
 Total Goals:
 Total Field Goals:
 Total Points For:
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 Leagues the New Zealand Kiwis are in
1998 International Test Series - Australia, 1998 International Test Series - Great Britain, 1999 Anzac Test - Australia vs New Zealand, 1999 International Tri-Series, 1999 International Test - Tonga, 1999 International Tri-Series, 2000 Anzac Test - Australia vs New Zealand, 2000 World Cup - Group 2, 2000 World Cup - Quarter Finals, 2000 World Cup - Semi Finals, 2000 World Cup - Final, 2001 France tour of New Zealand, 2001 International Test Series - Australia, 2002 KENO Test - Australia vs New Zealand,

 Players in 2001
Ali Lauitiiti, C Smith, Clinton Toopi, David Solomona, David Vaealiki, Francis Meli, Henry Faafili, Henry Paul, Henry Perenara, Jerry Seuseu, Logan Swann, Matt Rua, Monty Betham, Motu Tony, Nathan Cayless, Nigel Vagana, Richard Swain, Robert Paul, Ruben Wiki, Stacey Jones, Stephen Kearney, Tesesa Lavea, Willie Talau,

 Players in 2000
Brian Jellick, Craig Smith, Craig Smith, David Kidwell, Jason Lowrie, Joe Vagana, Lesley Vainikolo, Quentin Pongia, Richard Barnett, Richie Blackmore, Tasesa Lavea, Tonie Carroll, Tony Puletua, Tyran Smith,

 Players in 1999
Gene Ngamu, Jarrard McCracken, Jason Lowrie, Sean Hoppe, Terry Hermannson,

 Players in 1998
Daryl Halligan, Joe Galuvao, John Lomax, Kevin Iro, Matthew Ridge, Syd Eru, Tony Iro,
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Last Results

Friday, 13 Jul, 2001
Australia 28
New Zealand 10


Sunday, 10 Jun, 2001
New Zealand 36
France 0


Sunday, 26 Nov, 2000
World Cup Final
Australia 40
New Zealand 12


Sunday, 19 Nov, 2000
World Cup Semi
New Zealand 49
England 6


Monday, 13 Nov, 2000
World Cup Qtr
New Zealand 54
France 6


Monday, 6 Nov, 2000
New Zealand 58
Wales 18


Friday, 3 Nov, 2000
New Zealand 84
Cook Islands 10


Monday, 30 Oct, 2000
New Zealand 64
Lebanon 0


Friday, 21 Apr, 2000
Australia 52
New Zealand 0


Friday, 5 Nov, 1999
Australia 22
New Zealand 20


2000 WORLD CUP - QUARTER FINALS LADDER
Round 1
November 12nd - 13rd
Pos  Team Name  P
 1   Australia   2 
 2   New Zealand   2 
 3   Wales   2 
 4   England   2 
 5   Ireland   0 
 6   PNG   0 
 7   France   0 
 8   Samoa   0 
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