Who is James Lowe, the New Zealander who will make his debut in Ireland against Wales


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Who is James Lowe, the New Zealander who will make his debut in Ireland against Wales

Em Aviva Stadium in Dublin which will be the scene of the beginning of the Autumn Nations Cup in the duel between Ireland, the local and Welsh, on Friday at 15.50 live on ESPN 3, there will be a special debut. James lowe, player New Zealander born in Nelson will make his presentation at the Clover.

On July 8, 1992 in Nelson, New Zealand, James Lowe was born. He trained at Nelson College where, in addition to shining rugby, he excelled in athletics. At the end of school he started playing rugby at the local Waimea Old Boys club.

At age 20, in 2012 he made his Miter Cup debut with Tasman scoring 2 tries in 6 matches. The following year, in 2013 he established himself as a starter in Tasman in the cast that was champion where he supported 6 tries in 11 matches.

Lowe’s strong performances at Tasman prompted the Chiefs, a cast of Hamilton who play Super Rugby, to draft him in 2014. He made his Super Rugby debut by entering as a substitute in the Chiefs’ season opener against the Crusaders in Christchurch. . There he supported a spectacular interception try when the game went 11-10 in favor of his team.

In 2014, in total he played 10 times and scored 2 tries in his first season at Hamilton. His team was eliminated in the quarterfinals of that edition without being able to defend the title. In 2015 and 2016 he also shone in Super Rugby, bringing quality, power and tries to Chiefs.

In 2017, James Lowe started his journey in Ireland, Leinster signed him and that year he scored 10 tries as one of the Pro14’s top scorers. In Leinster he celebrated the 2018, 2019 and 2020 Pro14 titles scoring 33 tries in total.

In the midst of a controversial discussion of nationalization in rugby, Lowe will make his debut for Ireland on Friday against Wales. With no greater relationship than having played in an Irish team, the New Zealander will represent the Trefoil team in the Nations Cup.

Ireland took over a player who could have been All Black. James Lowe will don the green jersey and will become one more from Friday at Aviva Stadium in Dublin when he meets Wales on Date 1 of the Autumn Nations Cup.


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