Hurricanes - a brief rugby history

Colours: Jersey: Yellow with Black piping Shorts: Black with Yellow stripes Socks: Black with yellow stripes
Home Ground: Westpac Stadium, Wellington
Chairman: Brian Roche
CEO: Avan Lee



Games Results 1996 - 2019 (PDF)          Updated 9/7/19

Overall Statistical Results 1996 - 2019 (PDF)     Updated 9/7/19

Hurricanes v's all other super teams (PDF)     Updated 9/7/19

The most appearances is by Ma'a Nonu & Conrad Smith (126)
The most points scored is by Beauden Barrett (715)
The most tries scored is by Christian Cullen (56)

The Hurricanes were formed in 1996. They represent the New Zealand Rugby Provincial Unions of East Coast, Poverty Bay, Hawke's Bay, Wanganui, Manawatu, Wairarapa-Bush, Horowhenua-Kapiti & Wellington.

The 2019 head coach is John Plumtree. He is assisted by Jason Holland, Carlos Spencer, Richard Watt, & Dan Cron

Previous head coaches were: Mark Hammett, Colin Cooper, Graham Mourie, Frank Oliver & Chris Boyd.

The 2019 squad is:

Forwards: Fraser Armstrong; Asafo Aumua; Heiden Bedwell-Curtis; James Blackwell; Dane Coles (C); Geoff Cridge; Gareth Evans; Chris Eves; Alex Fidow; Vaea Fifita; Ross Geldenhuys; Sam Henwood; Du'Plessis Kirifi; Kane Le'aupepe; Sam Lousi; Ben May; Liam Mitchell; Xavier Numia; James O'Reilly; Reed Prinsep; Ricky Riccitelli; Ardie Savea; Toby Smith; Jeffrey Toomaga-Allen; Isala Walker-Leawere.

Backs: Vince Aso; Beauden Barrett; Jordie Barrett; Finlay Christie; Jackson Garden-Bachop; Wes Goosen; Richard Judd; Ben Lam; Ngani Laumape; Jonah Lowe; James Marshall; Nehe Milner-Skudder; T J Perenara; Billy Proctor; Matt Proctor; Salesi Rayasi; Fletcher Smith; Chase Tiatia; Danny Toala; Peter Umaga-Jensen.

They play 8 Home games against: Brumbies; Highlanders; Stormers; Crusaders; Chiefs; Rebels; Jaquares; Blues.

They play 8 Away games against: Waratahs; Crusaders; Chiefs; Highlanders; Sunwolves; Blues; Sharks; Lions.

They finished in 4th position at the end of the 2018 round-robin stages and lost in a semi-final.

They have finished in the top 6 of the round-robin stages of the Super competition 9 times out of 23 years.

Their worst finish was 11th out of 12 in 2004.

In the play-offs they have featured in three finals beaten by the Crusaders (in the fog) in 2006, the Highlanders in 2015 & winning in 2016 agianst the Lions.

Their average finishing position is 6.30

They are 2nd on the New Zealand TAB fixed odds to win the competition @ NZ$5.00