Over time, Julián Montoya became one of the key pieces of Jaguares. Although his future is now in the Australian Western Force, where he will play alongside Tomás Cubelli, it is worth highlighting the most important contributions of the hooker who emerged in Newman during his experience in Super Rugby.
From his first season in the Argentine team until his last day in it, Montoya played 63 games, of which 21 he did from the start.
If we go back to the last seasons of Jaguares competing in Super Rugby, it is clear the importance of who will go with Tomás Cubelli once the Rugby Championship is over.
Taking into account the historical 2019 in which the cast reached the SR final for the first time, and the 6 dates that were disputed in the 2020 edition until its suspension due to the pandemic, Montoya was the player who played the most matches. Under Gonzalo Quesado, he had action in 25 different juices.
But perhaps the most interesting fact is that, with players like Matías Moroni, Emiliano Boffelli, Ramiro Moyano and Matías Orlando, among others, the hooker was the team’s tryman considering the last two editions of the tournament organized by SANZAAR. During the historic 2019, there were 6 conquests, while in this 2020 it was dispatched with a hat-trick against Reds in Vélez.