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Corey Robert Flynn (born 5 January 1981) is a New Zealand international rugby union player who formerly played for Glasgow Warriors in the Pro14. He plays in the position of hooker.
Flynn previously played provincial for Southland until he moved to Canterbury in 2003; has played Super Rugby rugby for the Crusaders; and has played in Top 14 for Toulouse.
On 29 February 2016 it was announced that Flynn would sign for Glasgow Warriors at the end of the 2015-16 season.
Flynn had already played in Scotstoun with Toulouse and stated: "When I played at Scotstoun last season, the atmosphere was fantastic and it shows the club has a really good support base. I jumped at the chance to join the Warriors after chatting to Gregor and I'm good friends with Scotland full-back Sean Maitland and he couldn't say enough good things about Glasgow."
On 26 May 2017 it was announced that Flynn was no longer contracted by the Warriors.
Flynn made his international debut for the All Blacks against Canada after a surprise selection ahead of Anton Oliver in the 2003 Rugby World Cup. He has also played for New Zealand Maori and the Junior All Blacks. On 31 May 2006, Flynn was named captain of the Junior All Blacks after Reuben Thorne declined the role.
He was educated at Southland Boys' High School.
Flynn comes from a family with a long history in rugby with his father and two uncles playing for Southland Rugby. One of his uncles, Robbie Flynn, played rugby for the United States, Aaron Flynn, also played for the Crusaders from 1998–2002.