With an array of All Blacks experience, Tawera has become a very influential player in the Chiefs environment and brings a unique skill set to the halfback role. - The Chiefs
Tawera Kerr-Barlow missed the entire 2015 Super Rugby season but his amazing work ethic to recover from his horrific injury during an All Blacks match late in 2014 saw him take earn the ultimate rugby reward - a Rugby World Cup winners medal.
Part of Kerr-Barlow’s return to rugby saw him play for the Maori All Blacks and earn the Waikato Tainui Waka Maori Player of the Year from his Province in 2015. A double Super Rugby title winner, Kerr-Barlow is a former New Zealand U20s 2010 IRB World Champion and has represented New Zealand Secondary Schools. He is the son of a former Women’s Australian rugby international.
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