Santiago Grondona rugby player
Santiago Grondona rugby player

Santiago Grondona

25th Jul 1998 1.91m/100kg Blindside Flanker

Santiago Grondona, born on 25 July 1998, is an Argentine rugby union player who currently plays for the Exeter Chiefs. He primarily occupies the position of flanker, known for his physicality and work rate on the field.

Grondona first made his mark in the Argentina U20s squad in 2018, showcasing his talent and potential at the junior level. His performances caught the attention of the national selectors, and he was subsequently included in the senior Argentina squad ahead of the Rugby Championship, the premier international rugby competition in the southern hemisphere.

While Grondona has yet to make his international debut, being named in the senior squad demonstrates the recognition of his abilities and the belief in his future contributions to the national team. His selection for the prestigious Jaguares squad for the 2020 Super Rugby season further highlights his promising talent.

Joining the Exeter Chiefs, a renowned club in the English Premiership, provides Grondona with an opportunity to continue his development and gain valuable experience in one of the top rugby competitions in the world. Playing alongside and against high-caliber players will undoubtedly contribute to his growth as a flanker.

As Grondona continues to refine his skills and gain more experience at both the domestic and international levels, rugby enthusiasts can look forward to seeing him make his mark on the field, showcasing his physicality, defensive prowess, and overall impact as a flanker.

Ahead of the Rugby World Cup 2023, Grondona has been named in the squad for Argentina.



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Blindside Flanker
2020 - present
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Blindside Flanker
2023 - present
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Blindside Flanker
2018 - 2018
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Blindside Flanker
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Blindside Flanker
2023 - 2023
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Blindside Flanker
2018 - 2023