With close to 200 first class matches under his belt, Jeremy Thrush brings plenty of experience to the All Blacks pack to go with his agility in the lineout and mobility around the paddock.
He was named in his first All Blacks squad for the 2013 Steinlager Series and made his debut in Christchurch. In 2014, his performance against Scotland at Murrayfield earned him man of the match honours in the 24-16 win.
He has been playing first class rugby for Wellington since 2006 and Super Rugby for the Hurricanes since 2008.
Thrush was the IRB Under 19 Player of the Year in 2004 after a World Championship-winning campaign in South Africa with New Zealand Under 19 alongside Kieran Read. He was also part of two New Zealand Under 21 sides (2005-2006) and the Junior All Blacks (2009). His father also played first class rugby in New Zealand, for Bush.
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