Keven Filipo Mealamu is a former New Zealand rugby union footballer. He played at hooker for the Blues in Super Rugby, Auckland in the National Provincial Championship, and the New Zealand national team, the All Blacks. He was a key member of 2011 and 2015 Rugby World Cup winning teams, becoming one of only twenty dual Rugby Union World Cup winners. In a Bledisloe Cup test match against Australia on 20 October 2012, Mealamu became the third All Black to reach 100 test appearances. He clinched the 2003 Super Rugby Title.
|Born:||Keven Filipo Mealamu, March 20, 1979, Tokoroa, New Zealand|
About Keven Mealamu
New Zealand rugby union footballer who became known as a hooker for teams like the Blues and All Blacks.
He was a flanker for the New Zealand Under-16 team.
He became the third All Black player to reach 100 tests.
His brother, Luke, became a social worker after previously playing rugby. He married Latai Mealamu in 2003 and he has two kids named Samuel and Maia Mealamu.
He played for the All Blacks like fellow New Zealander Gary Braid.
Latest information about Keven Mealamu updated on May 25, 2020.