Joe Webber

In his second season with the All Blacks Sevens, the 20 year old Waikato back has added considerable fire power to the team with his strength and speed. He returned to the side in the last season after playing seven tournaments in 2011/12. Titch described him at the start of the season as a player with “wonderful skills, a brilliant step, acceleration, fitness, he has got it all really so the future is in front of him and I am expecting big things from him because he oozes a lot of talent.”  The versatile Waikato ITM Cup player is the brother of recent New Zealand Women’s Sevens player, Jordan and played for New Zealand Under 20 in 2013.

All Blacks Sevens (2011, 2013)
NZ U17
Chiefs, Waikato U18

Food: Nan’s cooking
Book: NZ rugby magazine
Singer/Band/Music: Kolohe Kai
Holiday Destination: Rarotonga
Non-rugby sports team: NZ kiwis
If I wasn’t a rugby player I would be: a tennis player
Future ambition: Play NZ rugby, touch and 7’s
Personal Ambition: Own a business

1.85m, 88kgs
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