Caleb Clarke rugby player
Caleb Clarke rugby player

Caleb Clarke

29th Mar 1999 1.84m/107kg Left Wing

Son of former All Black and Auckland mainstay Eroni Clarke, Caleb Clarke starred for Mount Albert Grammar School and was named in the New Zealand Schoolboys side.

An electrifying winger Clark like his father has plenty of talent and a fierce desire to succeed.

In 2017 he was named in the New Zealand U20s squad for the U20 World Rugby Championship, which New Zealand won.

He was later named in the Auckland squad for the 2017 Mitre 10 Cup where he will be looking to make his debut.

Clark made his debut in the opening round against Counties Manakau.

He continued to perform for Auckland and earned a Super Rugby contract with the Blues where he will look to make his debut.

In January 2018 Clarke was called into the New Zealand 7s squad for the Sydney leg of the World Sevens series.

April 2019 saw him sign a new deal with the Blues until 2022.

Clarke was in scintillating form during Super Rugby Aotearoa and was one of the best performers for the Blues in his six appearances in 2020.

In October 2020, he was named in the All Blacks team to play Australia in the opening Bledisloe Cup.

Caleb’s unstoppable form in Super Rugby Aotearoa translated quickly onto the international stage. He made his All Blacks debut off the bench in Wellington against the Wallabies, with his starting debut coming the very next week on home turf at Eden Park.

Caleb was the first choice wing during the 2021 Super Rugby Aotearoa season, starting every game in the #11 jersey. Clarke had another solid season for both the Blues and All Blacks in 2022, albeit somewhat troubled by injury.

Ahead of the Rugby World Cup 2023, Clarke has been named in the squad for New Zealand.

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