Caleb Ralph
New Zealand rugby union player
Caleb Ralph
Caleb Stan Ralph is a New Zealand rugby union footballer. Ralph began his first-class career with Bay of Plenty, then moved to Auckland before heading to Canterbury. He started his Super Rugby career with the Chiefs in 1997, Blues (1998–99), Crusaders (2000–2008) and a cameo role with the Queensland Reds (2011). He made his All Black debut while playing for Auckland in 1998.
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All Blacks heavy favourites against Tonga - ESPN.co.uk
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On this occasion, the Kiwi ran in 13 tries on their way to a 91-7. win with Doug Howlett, Caleb Ralph and Mils Muliaina all grabbing a brace. New Zealand last won the World Cup back in 1987 but reached the final against South Africa in 1995 but crashed
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Stingrays set to go out with bang - Sunshine Coast Daily
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The Stingrays will be without centre Caleb Ralph and prop Haydn Hirsimaki for the match, but Chris Bloomfield returns in the centres. Picone said the club had not yet settled on a coaching set-up for next year. Toutai Kefu stepped down from the
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All Blacks: In defence of a real winger - New Zealand Herald
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In 2002, with Howlett and Caleb Ralph, they lost 16-14 to Australia. In 2000, with Howlett and Bruce Reihana, they lost 42-33 to France. Again, Henry & co have done so well in this build-up that you hope fervently they have not got this wrong
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2003: 'Danger of World Cups is they mean so much' - New Zealand Herald
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October 17, at Telstra Dome: New Zealand 68 (Caleb Ralph 2, Rodney So'oialo 2, Mils Muliaina 4, Kees Meeuws, Ma'a Nonu tries; Carter 9 con) Canada 6 (Jared Barker 2 pen). Referee: Tony Spreadbury (England). October 19, at Canberra Stadium: Wales 27
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100 Years of Bay Rugby: Winning the Ranfurly Shield - The Daily Post
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Rotorua also produced some of New Zealand's best players never to pull on the Bay jersey in former All Blacks captain Wayne "Buck" Shelford, prop Steve McDowell, midfield back Caleb Ralph and more recently flanker Liam Messam
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Zara's Kiwi half-sister not invited to wedding - New Zealand Herald
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Zara Phillips dated All Black Caleb Ralph briefly in 2004 after the pair met in Australia during the Rugby World Cup. The following year she rolled up her sleeves and worked at Huntly's River Mill Bakery to raise money for charity Catwalk Spinal Cord
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100 years of Bay of Plenty rugby - The Daily Post
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Former All Black captain, unbeaten in every test he played as captain, Wayne "Buck" Shelford, formidable prop Steve McDowell, midfield back Caleb Ralph and more recently flanker Liam Messam. The Bay has also been the bane of touring international teams
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Blues to sign yet another dud in Donald? - Yahoo!Xtra Blogs (blog)
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Then we can treat the many substantial rumours as a bad dream. If Donald is Blues-bound, then don't be surprised to hear that the franchise is in negotiations with other players with bright futures behind them such as Caleb Ralph and Xavier Rush
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Costly tweet for SA star - iAfrica.com
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This was followed up by the tweet that Sanzar found offensive which also questioned the eligibility of Caleb Ralph for the Reds, it read: "Not allowed to take Swanepoel who has been part of squad all year and toured with us for 4 weeks
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Rugby: A frenzy of rugby about to be unleashed - Otago Daily Times
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Caleb Ralph becoming an All Black. But the biggest task may be about to be presented. Is there anyone in this country who will watch every minute of every game in the ITM Cup? All 72 games, condensed into 52 days, starting tonight, when Otago hosts
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Prin venele noastre curg globule ovale - Rugby.ro
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Nu putem lua Japonia ca exemplu de urmat pt ca ei au mers pe alta cale, atragand in campionatul lor jucatori precum Stephen Larkham, Sam Harris, Nathan Grey, Tim Atkinson, Tom McVerry, Caleb Ralph, Jone 'Fingers' , Troy Flavell, Ryan Nichola,
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Ralph gets off the fence - Sunshine Coast Daily
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IF YOU were to cut Caleb Ralph, he would surely bleed red – not for his beloved Crusaders, but for his adopted Queensland. While the 33-year-old Sunshine Coast Stingrays centre admits he will have mixed feelings during tonight's Super 15 final between
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Qualifier Preview: Crusaders v Sharks - sarugby.com (blog)
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When Carter burst onto the scene over a decade ago, he played alongside some Crusaders and All Black stars such as Justin Marshall, Aaron Mauger, Caleb Ralph and Leon McDonald and was the understudy to Andrew Mehrtens. The experience he gained playing
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Kickoff - Investec Super Rugby Series Finals Series Qualifiers - Voxy
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He joins a band of mere men that include Caleb Ralph, Keven Mealamu, Reuben Thorne, Tana Umaga, Anton Oliver, Greg Somerville, Leon MacDonald, Andrew Hore, Chris Jack, Ma'a Nonu, Richie McCaw, Tony Brown, Mils Muliaina, Tony Woodcock, Rodney So'oialo
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Bulls' loss is a blessing - Times LIVE
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... consider that the Reds, who should have won the title after 16 games, might be making up the numbers in the semifinals because they are so decimated by injuries that they recruited a retired Caleb Ralph to play for them last week
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Rod's faith paying off - Ipswich Queensland Times
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Such was the crisis McKenzie turned to 33-year-old Caleb Ralph to bolster the squad. Ralph, a former All Black, had not played Super Rugby since last representing New Zealand's Crusaders in 2008, but has been playing club rugby for the Sunshine Coast. ... -
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Caleb Ralph
    THIRTIES
  • 2011
    Age 33
    The following year in the final round of the regular 2011 Super Rugby season, Queensland Reds coach Ewen McKenzie recruited Ralph on a short term contract to combat the side's injury crisis in the outside backs.
    More Details Hide Details If he takes the field in Round 18, he will equal George Gregan's record of 136 Super Rugby games.
  • 2010
    Age 32
    In 2010 he signed with the Australian club Sunshine Coast Stingrays.
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  • 2008
    Age 30
    In 2008 he signed up to play with Japanese club Fukuoka Sanix Blues.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 2006
    Age 28
    In 2006 he gained his 100th consecutive super rugby cap.
    More Details Hide Details He made the New Zealand sevens side while still at Western Heights High School, Rotorua. He has since regularly represented New Zealand in Rugby sevens between 1996 and 2000 playing with Eric Rush and was a member of the gold medal-winning New Zealand team at the 1998 Commonwealth Games. Ralph is second on the all-time list of Super Rugby try scorers, one try behind Doug Howlett. Ralph won the Canterbury Maori Trophy on 10 December 2005. Rumoured to have had a relationship with Zara Phillips.
  • 2001
    Age 23
    After an absence from the national team of three years he was recalled in 2001, and was a regular member of the All Blacks throughout the 2002 and 2003 seasons, playing a total of 13 tests and scoring eight tries, including a hat-trick against Italy in 2002, and was a member of the New Zealand team during the 2003 Rugby World Cup.
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  • 1998
    Age 20
    He made his All Black debut while playing for Auckland in 1998.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1997
    Age 19
    He started his Super Rugby career with the Chiefs in 1997, Blues (1998–99), Crusaders (2000–2008) and a cameo role with the Queensland Reds (2011).
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1977
    Born
    Born on September 10, 1977.
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