Carl Hayman has cemented his spot as a regular in the black jersey and a genuine world-class prop. Although tall by front-row standards, Hayman is a force in the scrum and is acknowledged as an excellent lineout lifter. A long-time member of renowned Otago and Highlanders front rows, Hayman has played alongside former and current All Blacks Clarke Dermody, Carl Hoeft, Joe McDonnell, Kees Meeuws, Anton Oliver and Tom Willis. Hayman made his debut for the Highlanders in 1999. In 2001 he became All Black No 1000 when he came on as a replacement for Greg Somerville in the Test against Samoa in 2001, 117 years after James Allan, another Otago forward, became All Black No 1. He has played for every New Zealand age grade team and for New Zealand Maori, including the team that dismantled the Lions on their 2005 tour to New Zealand. Hayman started his education in Taranaki but moved south where he attended King's High School and played in the first XV alongside fellow future All Black Tom Willis. Back then he played lock and No 8. NZRU Annual Awards Tom French Cup for Maori Player of the Year 2004, 2006 New Zealand Representative Teams New Zealand Under 16 in 1995 New Zealand Schools in 1996, 1997 New Zealand Under 19 in 1997, 1998 New Zealand Under 21 in 1998–2000 New Zealand A in 2000 All Blacks in 2001, 2002, 2004 - 2006 New Zealand Maori in 2002, 2003, 2005 Career Notes •One of just three players (with Carter and McCaw) to start in all four Tests on the All Blacks' European Tour in 2006 and played all but five minutes of the four matches. • Nominated for the IRB's Player of the Year Award in 2006. • Scored two tries for the Highlanders against the Brumbies in the 2006 Rebel Sport Super 14; prior to that match, had scored just two tries in a first-class career stretching back to 1998. • Played two matches for New Zealand Maori in 2005, against Fiji at Suva and against the British & Irish Lions at Hamiton.
16/06/2001 v Samoa at Albany
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All Blacks Match Record by Year (+) = substitute; (-) = replaced 2001 Jun 16 v Samoa at Albany 50-6 (+) Jun 23 v Argentina at Christchurch 67-19 Jun 30 v France at Wellington 37-12 (+) Aug 11 v Australia at Dunedin 15-23 (+) Aug 25 v South Africa at Auckland 26-15 (+) Sep 1 v Australia at Sydney 26-29 (+) 2002 Nov 16 v France at Paris 20-20 (+) Nov 23 v Wales at Cardiff 43-17 (-) 2004 Jun 12 v England at Dunedin 36-3 Jun 19 v England at Auckland 36-12 Jul 10 v Pacific Islanders at Albany 41-26 Jul 17 v Australia at Wellington 16-7 Aug 7 v Australia at Sydney 18-23 Aug 14 v South Africa at Johannesburg 26-40 Nov 13 v Italy at Rome 59-10 Nov 20 v Wales at Cardiff 26-25 (+) Nov 27 v France at Paris 45-6 2005 Jun 25 v British & Irish Lions at Christchurch 21-3 Aug 7 v South Africa at Cape Town 16-22 (-) Aug 13 v Australia at Sydney 30-13 (-) Aug 27 v South Africa at Dunedin 31-27 (-) Sep 3 v Australia at Auckland 34-24 (-) Nov 5 v Wales at Cardiff 41-3 Nov 19 v England at London 23-19 2006 Jun 10 v Ireland at Hamilton 34-23 Jun 17 v Ireland at Auckland 27-17 Jul 8 v Australia at Christchurch 32-12 Jul 22 v South Africa at Wellington 35-17 Jul 29 v Australia at Brisbane 13-9 Aug 19 v Australia at Auckland 34-27 (-) Sep 2 v South Africa at Rustenberg 20-21 Nov 6 v England at London 41-20 (-) Nov 12 v France at Lyon 47-3 Nov 19 v France at Paris 23-11 Nov 26 v Wales at Cardiff 45-10 2007 2 Jun v France at Auckland 42-11 (-) 9 Jun v France at Wellington 61-10 23 June v South Africa at Durban 26-21 30 June v Australia at Melbourne 15-20 14 July v South Africa at Christchurch 33-6 (-) 21 July v Australia at Auckland 26-12 8 Sept v Italy (RWC) at Marseille 76-14 15 Sept v Portugal (RWC) at Lyon 108-13 (+) 23 Sep v Scotland (RWC) at Edinburgh 40-0 (-) 7 Sept v France (RWC) at Cardiff 18-20 (-) Below figures correct at beginning of the 2007 rugby calendar: Provincial Caps 68 Provincial Points 5 (1t) Provincial Debut 1998 v Wellington Super 14 Caps 75 Super 14 Points 15 (3t) Super 14 Debut 1999 v Stormers