|Name Kane Douglas|
Career start 2010
Weight 123 kg
|Height 2.02 m|
Role Rugby Player
Siblings Luke Douglas
Kane Douglas (born 1 June 1989) is an Australian rugby union footballer who currently plays for Leinster Rugby was previously with the New South Wales Waratahs in the international Super Rugby competition and the Wallabies as a lock. Douglas played his junior rugby with the Yamba Buccaneers, captaining the Under 17 team to a premiership in 2006. He was named to debut for the Australian Wallabies side to face Argentina on 17 September 2012.
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In 2008, Douglas was selected to train with the NSW Waratahs Academy under the guidance of Head Coach Joe Barakat. He was promoted to Junior Waratahs professional squad in 2009 making his debut for the Waratahs against the Queensland Reds in 2010 off the bench. He immediately forced his way into the starting side and has missed just four games since, two of those due to the suspension. In 2012 he received his first Australian Wallabies cap against Argentina.
On 20 May 20, 2014, Leinster confirmed signing Douglas for the 2014–15 season. He played his first game for Leinster v Cardiff Blues on Friday 26 September 2014.
Douglas is the middle son (of three) of Christopher and Patricia (Trish) Douglas. His older brother, Luke Douglas is an Australian born Scotland rugby league footballer. Younger brother Jake plays in England for the Yorkshire side Driffield RUFC.