BRYN HALL EARNED selection in the Maori All Blacks for the first time during the 2017 DHL New Zealand Lions Series following a strong first season with the Crusaders after shifting from the Blues. The dynamic halfback’s highly competitive nature and high-energy rugby makes him a valuable asset in the black jersey.
He made big contributions to the Blues and North Harbour before making the shift south and will continue to turn out for North Harbour. Hall was instrumental in the Mighty Hibiscus earning promotion to the Mitre 10 Cup Premiership for the 2017 season.
Hall has captained many of the teams he has played for, including his St Peter’s College First XV, Co-Captain of the New Zealand Under 20 side in 2012, and North Harbour Captain in 2015.
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RUGBY GROUND: Eden Park
RUGBY PLAYER AND WHY: Fourie Du Preez because his general game play was awesome and he is tactically smart
EARLIEST RUGBY MEMORIES: Training with my dad and winning junior rugby tournaments
BIGGEST INFLUENCE ON YOUR RUGBY CAREER AND WHY: My dad, he taught me the fundamental skills at an early age and is always giving me feedback
FOOD: My mums butter chicken
ACTOR/ACTRESS: Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson
MOVIE: Jersey Shore Series on DVD
BOOK: Bio of “The Rock”
SINGER/BAND/MUSIC TYPE: Chris Brown
HOLIDAY DESTINATION: Europe
NON-RUGBY SPORTS TEAM: NZ Touch, NZ Aussie Rules, Golf and Tennis
IF I COULD MEET ONE PERSON, WHO WOULD IT BE AND WHY: Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson because he is the Boss!
I HATE IT WHEN: I lose or play rubbish
I CANT LIVE WITHOUT: Family and my cell phone
IF I WASN’T A RUGBY PLAYER I WOULD BE: A WWE Wrestler