2020 is shaping up as a mammoth year for the Chiefs’ new prodigy lock, Naitoa Ah Kuoi.
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- World#74 / 208- NC
- Super Rugby#19 / 41- NC
- Mitre 10 Cup#3 / 30- NC
- Super Rugby Aotearoa#5 / 14- NC
- Tasman 10 Aug 2019
- Canterbury 23 Aug 2019
- Counties Manukau 29 Aug 2019
- Bay of Plenty 07 Sep 2019
- Otago 15 Sep 2019
- Northland 28 Sep 2019
- North Harbour 04 Oct 2019
- Waikato 12 Oct 2019
- Canterbury 19 Oct 2019
- Tasman 26 Oct 2019
- Blues 31 Jan 2020
- Crusaders 08 Feb 2020
- Sunwolves 15 Feb 2020
- Brumbies 22 Feb 2020
- Waratahs 06 Mar 2020
- Hurricanes 13 Mar 2020
Minutes Played %Minutes0Games6Total0
Tackles Won %Attempts31Successful29Misses2
AttackPoints0Tries0Metres13Runs14Defenders Beaten0Clean Breaks0Passes4Try Assists2
KickingKicks0Conversion Goals0Penalty Goals0
DefenceTackles29Tackles Missed2Turnovers Won2Turnovers Conceded2
DisciplinePenalties Conceded1Yellow Cards0Red Cards0
Warren Gatland has made two changes to his Chiefs side to take to the field for Friday's New Zealand derby against the Hurricanes.
The Chiefs head to Wollongong to take on the NSW Waratahs on Friday 6 March in round six of their 2020 Super Rugby campaign.
Luke Jacobson ready for first Chiefs start of 2020 while Sam McNicol is set for first appearance since 2017
Chiefs Head Coach Warren Gatland has made a raft of changes to his side named to face the Brumbies in Hamilton.