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Scott Barrett

Athletic, young lock Scott Barrett broke into the All Blacks ranks in 2016 after several impressive seasons of top-flight rugby.
 
He joined the All Blacks as an injury replacement for the 2016 Northern Tour, scored on debut against Ireland in Chicago and went on to play all four matches.
 
In 2017, Scott and brothers Beauden and Jordie were selected for the DHL New Zealand Lions Series, making history as the first trio of brothers to be named in the same All Blacks squad. 
 
He scored his second try for the All Blacks during the record-breaking 57-0 victory against South Africa in Albany. It was one of many highlights for the tallest Barrett, in an incredibly busy 2017, which saw him play 14 matches for the All Blacks, and he has continued in that vein this year.
 
The 2013 New Zealand Under 20 player was still only 20 when he made his debut for the Crusaders, playing against England during their 2014 tour. 
 
Along with his brothers, Scott attended Francis Douglas Memorial College, the alma mater of All Blacks midfield legend Conrad Smith. He loves getting outdoors and is a keen fisherman, hunter and surfer.

Player
Position:
Lock
Born:
20/11/1993
Physical:
1.97m, 111kg
Test Debut:
v Ireland in Chicago 5 November 2016
Test Points Breakdown:
3t
Test Points:
15
Caps:
29
Provincial Team:
Canterbury
Super Rugby Team:
Crusaders

Test Match record

(+) subsitute(-) replaced

2016
5 November v Ireland at Chicago 29-40 (+)
12 November v Italy at Rome 68-10 (-)
20 November v Ireland at Dublin 21-9 (+)
27 November v France at Paris 24-19 (+)

2017
16 Jun v Samoa at Auckland 78-0 (+)
23 Jun v British & Irish Lions at Auckland 30-15 (+)
1 Jul v British & Irish Lions at Wellington 21-24 (+)
8 Jul v British & Irish Lions at Auckland 15-15 (+)
26 August v Australia at Dunedin 35-29 (+)
9 September v Argentina at New Plymouth 39-22 (+)
16 September v South Africa at Albany 57-0 (+)
1 October v Argentina at Buenos Aires 36-10
8 October v South Africa 25-24 (-)
21 October v Australia at Brisbane 18-23 (-)
11 November v France at Paris 38-18 (+)
25 November v Wales at Cardiff 33-18 (+)

2018
9 Jun v France at Auckland 52-11
16 Jun v France at Wellington 26-13
23 Jun v France at Dunedin 49-14
18 Aug v Australia at Sydney 38-13 (+)
25 Aug v Australia at Auckland 40-12 (+)
8 Sep v Argentina at Nelson 46-24
15 Sep v South Africa at Wellington 34-36
30 Sep v Argentina at Buenos Aires 35 - 17 (-)
6 Oct v South Africa at Pretoria 32 - 30 (-)
27 Oct v Australia at Yokohama 37-20 (-)
10 Nov v England at Twickenham 16 - 15 (+)
17 Nov v Ireland at Dublin 9 - 16 (+)
24 November v Italy at Rome 3-66