|Name Kane Barrett|
Parents Kevin Barrett
Weight 111 kg
|Height 1.94 m|
Role Rugby Player
|Education Francis Douglas Memorial College|
Siblings Beauden Barrett, Scott Barrett, Blake Barrett, Zara Barrett, Ella Barrett, Jordie Barrett, Jenna Barrett
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Kane Barrett (born 16 April 1990) is a retired New Zealand rugby union footballer. As former captain, domestically he represented Taranaki in the ITM Cup. Barrett made his provincial debut in 2010 and his strong performances saw him named in the Blues squad for the 2013 and 2014 super rugby seasons. He had international experience as well with the New Zealand Secondary Schools side.
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- Early life
- ITM Cup
- Super Rugby
- International career
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Barrett was born on 16 April 1990 in New Plymouth. He grew up on the farm in Pungarehu, Taranaki. He has three sisters and four brothers, one of whom is current Hurricanes and All Blacks fly-half Beauden and Crusaders lock Scott. He attended Francis Douglas Memorial College in New Plymouth and played for the local Coastal Rugby Club. Barrett's father Kevin Barrett made 15 appearances for the Hurricanes during the 1997 and 1998 seasons and played 167 first-class matches for Taranaki.
Aged only 20, Barrett played his first game for Taranaki in their 25-15 win over Otago, coming off the bench in the second half to join his younger brother, Beauden. He made a further five appearances.
In September 2012 it was announced that he would join the Blues for the 2013 Super Rugby season and he made his debut against the Bulls in Round 3, playing 71 minutes of a 21-28 loss at Eden Park.
Barrett was selected in the New Zealand Secondary Schools side in 2008, he then made the side for a second year in 2009, and was named captain. With the New Zealand Under 20's he had only just missed selection for the 2010 IRB Junior World Championship held in Argentina. Barrett was also known in sevens after making Gordon Tietjens' squad to prepare for the Wellington Sevens, but again was unsuccessful.
Barrett retired from rugby in 2014 after suffering from concussion.