|Name Matt McGahan|
Career start 2013
Weight 93 kg
|Height 1.85 m|
Role Rugby Player
Parents Hugh McGahan
|Education Mount Albert Grammar School|
Sea hawks tv matt mcgahan
Matthew McGahan (born 21 April 1993) is a New Zealand rugby union player. He plays in the fly-half (and occasionally inside centre) position for Top League side Yamaha Júbilo, and formerly for Mitre 10 Cup side North Harbour and Australia's NRL rugby league side the Melbourne Storm.
He is the son of rugby league legend, Hugh McGahan.
McGahan came to the attention of national selectors at the age of 17, after he was selected in the New Zealand secondary schools team against Australia in 2010. He attended Mount Albert Grammar School in Auckland, where he excelled in its first XV. Despite numerous approaches from rugby union while still at school, McGahan decided to take up a rugby league contract with the Melbourne Storm in the NRL's under-20s competition.