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Piri Weepu

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Piri Weepu
Player details
NamePiri Weepu
Age31
ClubBlues
PositionScrum Half
BornLower Hutt, New Zealand
Height1.78m
Piri Weepu, London Welsh: Stats
Competition Apps T C G DG YC RC Pts
Aviva Premiership 0 (0) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Blues Squad List

Back :

  • Bryn Hall
  • Jamison Gibson-Park
  • Jackson Willison
  • Piri Weepu
  • Waisake Naholo
  • George Moala
  • Rene Ranger
  • Chris Noakes
  • Baden Kerr
  • Francis Saili
  • Lachie Munro
  • Frank Halai
  • Marty McKenzie
  • Charles Piutau
  • Ma'a Nonu

Forward :

  • Pita Ahki
  • Simon Hickey
  • Tevita Li
  • Benji Marshall
  • Patrick Tuioulotu
  • Wayne Ngaluafe
  • Sam Prattley
  • Gafatasi Su'a
  • Lolagi Visinia
  • Peter Saili
  • Ronald Raaymakers
  • Tony Woodcock
  • Charlie Faumuina
  • Angus Ta'Avao
  • Ofa Tu'ungafasi
  • Quentin Mcdonald
  • James Parsons
  • Tom McCartney
  • Keven Mealamu
  • Kane Barrett
  • Jerome Kaino
  • Brendan O'Connor
  • Luke Braid
  • Steven Luatua
  • Hayden Triggs
  • Tom Donnelly
  • Anthony Boric
  • Ali Williams
  • Liaki Moli
  • Culum Retallick

Utility :

  • Albert Nikoro

Piri Weepu NEWS

11th April 2012

Mealamu critical of Weepu

Keven Mealamu believes Blues team-mate Piri Weepu's fitness is below par while he insists the team are behind coach Pat Lam.

22nd October 2011

Weepu keeping a clear head

Piri Weepu says New Zealand must stay relaxed in the build-up to Sunday's World Cup final.

7th July 2011

Hurricanes offer Weepu deal

The Hurricanes have moved to keep hold of Piri Weepu, with the franchise having offered the All Blacks scrum-half a new deal.

11th September 2010

All Blacks leave it late

New Zealand scored two late tries to complete a 100 per cent Tri-Nations campaign with a 23-22 win over Australia.

3rd August 2010

Three changes for All Blacks

Piri Weepu returns as New Zealand make three changes ahead of this weekend's Tri-Nations match against Australia in Christchurch.

30th July 2010

Australia v N Zealand: Teams

New Zealand skipper Richie McCaw expects Australia to prove tougher opponents than South Africa on Saturday.