Harry Plummer rugby player
Harry Plummer rugby player

Harry Plummer

19th Jun 1998 1.84m/94kg Fly Half

Auckland raised first-five Harry Plummer was the deputy head boy at St Peter’s College and went on to represent NZ Schools pivot and was the club captain of premier club side Grammar TEC.

At school, Plummer was also the leading point scorer in the Jock Hobbs Memorial National Under 19 tournament. His performances at school saw Counties Manukau and Auckland fight over his services with the latter winning the race.

Plummer, son of Auckland physio Mark Plummer, operated mainly at second-five for the Auckland Under 19s, who claimed the Graham Mourie Cup in Taupo in 2017.

At 19-years-old Plummer made his provincial debut for Auckland against Bay of Plenty in the 2017 Mitre 10 Cup and made his first start against Canterbury two weeks later.

In 2018 Plummer was selected in the NZ u20s side for the 2018 U20 World Championship. Plummer was a vital cog in the Auckland squad that won the Mitre 10 Cup in 2018.

In May that same year he signed a two-year deal with the Blues.

Harry made his debut from the bench against the Crusaders in the opening round of the 2019 Super Rugby season and went on to feature in every single game thereafter. He has several seasons of experience at the helm of Auckland in the Mitre 10 Cup, and has developed his game to now be an option at both first-five and second-five eighths.

With 16 Blues caps and another season at the helm of Auckland in the Mitre 10 Cup, Harry can call on plenty of experience to compliment his natural talents in 2020.

His ability to cover multiple backline positions has seen him as a perennial feature in the Blues match day squads, including the 20021 Super Rugby Trans Tasman final. The game in which Plummer slotted two crucial kicks late in the game to seal the Blues first title in 18 years.

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