Jonah Lowe rugby player
Jonah Lowe rugby player

Jonah Lowe

9th May 1996 1.84m/92kg Right Wing

Younger brother to Hurricanes flanker, Karl Lowe, Jonah represented New Zealand in the 2016 World Rugby Under 20 Championship.

He played for King's College first XV, helping them reach the semi-finals of Auckland's 1A competition in 2013.

Jonah also played for Auckland and the Blues at under-18 level.

Lowe was a New Zealand Schoolboys representative in 2014 and a member of the New Zealand Under-20 side which competed in the 2016 World Rugby Under 20 Championship.

Following successful stints with Hawke's Bay and the U20 All Blacks, Lowe was pulled into the Hurricanes and is likely to make his debut in the 2017 Super Rugby season.

In April 2017, Lowe was named in the Provincial Barbarians side to face the Lions in their tour opener in Whangarei on June 3.

Capable of playing centre or wing he is known for his try scoring ability. Spent 2017 with the Hurricanes and impressed during the preseason.

Lowe was included in the Hurricanes 2018 Super Rugby squad and will look to make his debut off the back of an impressive season with Hawke's Bay.

In 2018, Lowe was a member of the Māori All Blacks squad that toured the United States, Brazil and Chile.

Ahead of the 2020 Super Rugby season, Lowe, named for the Hurricanes squad, has obtained 3 caps and will definitely be looking to add to this.


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2015 - present
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2017 - present
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2017 - present
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2016 - 2016
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2018 - 2018