Jamie Nutbrown

Jamie Nutbrown played through the ranks of representative rugby in Canterbury. He is a talented, dependable halfback.

In 2006, Nutbrown was named in the Junior All Blacks squad and then enjoyed good form with his provincial side Bay of Plenty in the Air New Zealand Cup. He was named Back of the Year, and Player's Player of the Year at the province's annual rugby awards.

He is a former member of the New Zealand Colts side and lists scuba diving as a hobby. The sportsperson he admires most is New Zealand multi-sport champion Steve Gurney.

New Zealand Representative Teams
New Zealand Schools in 1999
New Zealand Under 19 in 2000
New Zealand Under 21 in 2001
Junior All Blacks in 2006

Career Notes
- Played in nine matches for Canterbury in 2005 and scored five tries, tied for second on the team, including a hat-trick in the early-season Ranfurly Shield win over Marlborough.
- Preseason transfer essentially amounted to a swap with former Bay of Plenty now Canterbury halfback, and Junior All Blacks teammate, Kevin Senio.
- Previously played 15 matches for the Crusaders between 2004–05.
- Progressed through Canterbury age-grade sides.

1.75m, 85kg
Test Points:
Provincial Team:
Bay of Plenty
Super Rugby Team:

Career Comments

  • Below figures correct at beginning of the 2007 rugby calendar:
    Provincial Caps 54
    Provincial Points 50 (10t)
    Provincial Debut 2003 v North Otago (Canterbury)
    Super 14 Caps 26 (15 Crusaders, 11 Chiefs)
    Super 14 Points 5 (1t)
    Super 14 Debut 2004 v Waratahs (Crusaders)