Cadeyrn Neville rugby player
Cadeyrn Neville rugby player

Cadeyrn Neville

9th Nov 1988 2.02m/123kg No 5 Lock

Rugby for the Melbourne Rebels, Queensland Reds, and Western Force. He was born on December 6, 1988, in Australia and stands at 2.02m tall.

Neville began his Super Rugby career with the Melbourne Rebels in 2012, where he quickly established himself as a key player. He played all remaining games of the season, scoring two tries and helping the team achieve their first win over the Crusaders. He won the Rookie of the Year and Matt Cockbain Rebel Rising Medal at the end of year awards event.

Neville's performances earned him a call-up to the Wallabies extended training squad during the mid-season Test fixtures against Scotland and Wales in 2012. He continued to impress and was included in the Rugby Championship and end of season Spring Tour squads.

In 2016, Neville signed a 2-year deal with the Queensland Reds, where he played for two seasons before moving to the Western Force in 2018. He played for the Force until the end of the 2020 Super Rugby season before signing with the Melbourne Rebels for the 2021 season.

In his Super Rugby career, Neville has played in 63 games, scoring 4 tries and 20 points in total. He is known for his physicality and work rate around the field, making him a valuable asset to any team he plays for.
After his time with the Queensland Reds, Neville moved to Japan to play for the Toyota Verblitz in the Top League. He played for them for three seasons, from 2018 to 2021, before signing with the Western Force for the 2022 Super Rugby Pacific season.

During his time in Japan, Neville established himself as a key player for the Toyota Verblitz, starting in all but a handful of their matches and becoming a regular in their second row. He also played alongside several high-profile international players, including Kieran Read and Michael Hooper.

Neville has also represented the Melbourne Rebels in the National Rugby Championship (NRC), playing for them in 2015 and 2016. He has also played for various other teams at the state and club level, including the Melbourne Rising in the NRC, the University of Queensland in the Queensland Premier Rugby competition, and the Brisbane City and Queensland Country teams in the National Rugby Championship.

In addition to his rugby career, Neville has also worked as a schoolteacher, teaching physical education and science at various schools in Queensland and Victoria.

KG 26/03/2023


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