Richard David Kahui

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Richard David Kahui

Birthplace: Tokoroa, Waikato, New Zealand
Immediate Family:

Son of <private> Kahui and <private> Kahui
Husband of <private> Kahui (Rhodes)
Father of <private> (Kahui)
Brother of <private> Kahui; <private> Kahui and Private User

Managed by: Jason Scott Wills
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Immediate Family

    • <private> Kahui (Rhodes)
    • <private> (Kahui)
    • <private> Kahui
    • <private> Kahui
    • <private> Kahui
    • <private> Kahui
    • Private User

About Richard David Kahui


Kahui plays in the position of Centre. He plays for Waikato in the Air New Zealand Cup and made his Super 14 debut in 2006 with the Highlanders. Kahui was the top try scorer of the 2006 Air New Zealand Cup. In the 2007 Super 14 he was injured for a majority of the season, while playing for the Chiefs. He also won the 2006 Steinlager Rugby Award for the Air New Zealand Cup's best player. [edit] All Blacks

In 2008 Kahui was also named as a member of the New Zealand All Blacks squad for the in-bound tours to New Zealand. He made his All Blacks debut on 21 June 2008, starting at outside centre (13), and scored a try in New Zealand's 44–12 victory over England. He has shown his versatility by playing on the wing (14) in the All Blacks recent Bledisloe Cup victory over Australia. Unfortunately, a six month shoulder injury he incurred at the end of his 2009 Super 14 season with the Chiefs, prevented him from playing in the All Black side later in the year.

In 2010, Kahui returned to the All Blacks and was dynamic in the second test against Wales in Dunedin, where he scored a try from playing on the wing. The following week against South Africa, he was named as a reserve and came onto Eden Park in the second half also on the wing again.

At the 2011 Rugby World Cup he scored two tries in the tournament's opening game against Tonga, and another two against Japan.

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Richard David Kahui's Timeline

June 9, 1985
Tokoroa, Waikato, New Zealand