Zac Guildford is a member of both the Ngati Kahunganu and Ngai Tahu iwi and has had an extensive representative career, but the 2013 Maori All Blacks North America Tour is his first campaign with this team.
Guildford, who is known for his terrific speed and rare ability to regularly find gaps in opposition defences, has played for New Zealand Schools and Under 19 and is one of the only players to appear for New Zealand Under 20 in successive campaigns, winning Junior World Championships both times and setting try-scoring records. He has also won a Commonwealth Games gold medal with the All Blacks Sevens team, when he joined the squad for the tournament in Delhi in 2010.
He was first selected for the All Blacks for the Northern Tour in 2009 and was the youngest player in the squad. He appeared in 10 Tests between 2009 and 2012, scoring six tries – this included a record-setting four against Canada during Rugby World Cup 2011.
v Wales in Cardiff 8 Nov 2009
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