Four New Zealand rugby players spent the morning of Thursday 13 November at Lord's during time off from their autumn international schedule.
All Blacks players Andrew Hore, Tony Woodcock, Luke Romano and Wyatt Crockett visited the Ground ahead of their match with England at Twickenham on Saturday 15.
Hore - 'I'm backing England'
Hore, who is a big cricket fan, admitted that he would be supporting England in the forthcoming Ashes series in Australia as he is friends with England skipper Alastair Cook.
The quartet spent some time in the MCC Academy having a net, before seeing the outfield, going into the Long Room and having a look at the Away Dressing Room.
The World Cup winning-players were impressed to see fellow Kiwis on the Honours Boards, the most recent addition coming earlier this year, when Tim Southee got his name up on the board after taking a ten-wicket haul during the Black Caps' defeat to England back in May.