Mark Woods

Rugby Player

Mark Anthony Woods is a New Zealand former rugby league player who represented his country in 1992.

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1986 ? Woods is a Ngongotaha Chiefs junior in the Bay of Plenty Rugby League district. He represented the Bay of Plenty and also played for the New Zealand Māori side, including at the 1986 Pacific Cup. … Read More
1992 ? After moving to Wellington, Woods represented his country in 1992, playing in three Test matches - including one that counted towards the 1992 World Cup standings.
He trialled for the Kiwis again in 1993 but was not selected for the tour of Great Britain.
1994 ? In 1994 he joined the Taranaki Rockets in the new Lion Red Cup however he was not retained for the 1995 season, instead joining the Waikato Cougars. … Read More
1996 ? Wood joined the Bay of Plenty Stags for the final season of the Lion Red Cup in 1996 and he represented them again in 1999 in the National Provincial Competition. … Read More
In 2001 Woods played for the Ngongotaha Chiefs in the Bartercard Cup, becoming the player-coach when Cameron Bell left midway through the season.
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