Te Toiroa Tahuriorangi

Outstanding, young Rotorua-born halfback Te Toiroa Tahuriorangi has long been recognised as a talented footballer with a snappy pass. 
While still at Rotorua Boys’ High School, he was named in the tournament team at the 2011 Condor Sevens national school age event, represented his country in the Under 19 touch side and also played age-grade league for New Zealand.
Tahuriorangi played club rugby in New Plymouth in 2014–15 and consistently impressive performances saw him selected for the New Zealand U20s in 2015, where they won the World Rugby Junior World Championship. Later that year he was selected as part of a strong NZ Barbarians team that won 34-17 against the Maori All Blacks.
Tahuriorangi then went on to debut for the Maori All Blacks in 2017 against the British and Irish Lions before heading on tour with the team to play Canada and the French Barbarians.
He made his All Blacks Test debut in Nelson last year against Argentina.
The 23 year old made his Investec Super Rugby debut for the Hurricanes in 2016 and made ten appearances before moving to the Chiefs in 2018.

Test Debut:
v Argentina 8 September 2018
Test Points Breakdown:
Test Points:
Provincial Team:
Taranaki Academy

Career Comments

  • New Zealand Under 20: 2015

    New Zealand Under 17: 2012

Test Match record

(+) subsitute(-) replaced

8 Sep v Argentina at Nelson 46-24 (+)
3 November v Japan at Tokyo 31-69 (-)
24 November v Italy at Rome 3-66 (+)