Ramiro Herrera rugby player
Ramiro Herrera rugby player

Ramiro Herrera

14th Feb 1989 1.90m/126kg Tighthead Prop

A powerful hard-working front-rower, Ramiro Herrera broke into the Castres team in 2014 and was rewarded with a call-up to the Argentinian national side for the visit of Ireland.

He played in both tests in the series defeat but was named in the squad for that year's Rugby Championship and has been a part of the squad ever since.

In 2015 he signed for the Jaguares ahead of their debut season in the Super Rugby competition.

His performances in Super Rugby led to his inclusion in the 2015 Rugby World Cup squad where he helped his side finish fourth overall in the competition.

In 2018, Herrera confirmed his move back to France where he linked up with Stade Francais.

His move would have brought an end to his Test career having represented his country 38 times but following Mario Ledesma being appointed as the new head coach the policy was changed.

Herrera was recalled into the Los Pumas squad ahead of their Rugby Championship clash with New Zealand in Buenos Aires.

In October 2019, he signed as a medical joker for La Rochelle.

He heads into the 2020 Top 14 season having made 12 appearances for the side.

(LS September 30, 2020)


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