Jeremy Thrush rugby player
Jeremy Thrush rugby player

Jeremy Thrush

19th Apr 1985 1.98m/111kg No 4 Lock

After a stellar underage career Thrush has made a telling impact in the senior game. Thrush's underage career saw him win a an IRB Junior World Championship, as well as being named IRB under 19 and under 21 player of the year. After this impressive feat, the imposing lock was picked up by the Canes, with whom he has had a distinguished Super Rugby career to date.

The physical and rangy running style of Thrush makes him a stand out performer in the loose, while his handling skills have seen him develop into a top player at the line out.

In January 2015, All Black international Jeremy announced his arrival at Kingsholm in the peak of his career, and the 6 ft 6 second row brings world-class leadership and presence to the Cherry and White pack.

In May 2015, Jeremy marked his 100th Super Rugby cap for the Hurricanes, adding to his 78 Wellington appearances, proving his durability and quality, which has seen him also pick up 11 All Blacks appearances. The Wellington-born enforcer made his All Blacks debut in 2013 against France.

As expected, Thrush made a big impact during his debut season at Kingsholm making 18 appearances, scoring a memorable try at Twickenham.

In 2018 he left Gloucester for the Western Force.

(LS July 4, 2018)

Career

western-force Western Force
No 4 Lock
2018 - present
photo New Zealand
No 4 Lock
2013 - 2015
504247-243324-14 Wellington
No 4 Lock
2006 - 2015
hurricanes Hurricanes
No 4 Lock
2008 - 2015
Barbarians_Logo Barbarians
No 4 Lock
2017 - 2017
image Gloucester Rugby
No 4 Lock
2015 - 2018