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JoeMoody

Loosehead

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Biography

Joe made his debut for the Crusaders in 2013 where he instantly showed his capabilities at Scrum time, earning a call up to the All Blacks on their end of year tour. Unfortunately, Joe picked up an injury in the Mitre 10 Cup Final and was unable to tour. However, he got another opportunity in 2014, despite only returning from injury late in the Super Rugby season, making five appearances for the All Blacks during the Investec Rugby Championship.
Since standout performances in the Semi Final and Final of the 2015 RWC, Joe has gone on to cement his place as one of, if not thee, best Loose head Props in World Rugby. His Scrummaging, Power, and ability to unsettle seasoned International Props is second to none and Joe also possess very good agility and speed which has seen him score runaway tries not usually associated with front row forwards.

Joe will bring up his 50th test Cap in 2020 and will be 90+ Super Rugby games by the end of the year. He is currently the strongest member of the All Black side holding multiple records amongst the team in the weight room.

In his early days Joe was also a former rugby league junior and New Zealand wrestling representative who won a junior Commonwealth Games bronze medal, and competed at the world junior championships. Away from the game Joe enjoys Hunting and is a keen Farmer.

Joe is a great man and although his on filed persona is very much, ‘don’t mess with me or get in my way’, he is the opposite off filed. He loves the team environment and is a big contributor to team Culture.Joe was born in Christchurch and is affiliated to the Ngāi Tahu Māori tribe. He grew up on Tuahiwi Marae and is a proud NZ Maori.

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Career History

2011

Canterbury Debut vs Auckland

2013

Crusaders Debut vs Blues

2014

All Blacks Debut vs Australia

2015

Maori All Blacks Debut vs Fiji

2015

RWC - England

2017

Crusaders Super Rugby Champions

2018

Crusaders Super Rugby Champions

2019

RWC - Japan

2019

Crusaders Super Rugby Champions

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Canterbury

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Crusaders

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All Blacks