2012 – NZ Sevens, Taranaki Sevens, Taranaki B’s, Spotswood United
2011 – Taranaki Sevens, Birmingham Bee’s RFC, Spotswood United
2010 – Taranaki Sevens, Taranaki B’s, Spotswood United
2009 – Horowhenua- Kapiti Sevens & 15’s, Waikanae RFC
2008 – Horowhenua – Kapiti Sevens & 15’s, Waikanae RFC
Rugby Ground: Waikanae RFC home ground
Rugby Player and Why: Christian Cullen – best player to have ever played rugby in the world
Food: Family Roasts
Actor/Actress: Liam Nesson
Movie: Green Mile
Book: Rugby Magazine
Singer/Band/Music Type: Non-rugby sports team: Manchester United
If you could meet one person, who would it be and why: Dane Coles, because he is an amazing rugby player
Earliest rugby memories: Waikanae RFC playing U7’s going through unbeaten
I Hate it When: I don’t get enough sleep
I can’t live without: My wife Brigitte, my son Lakyn and family – Mum, Dad, Brothers, Cousins, Auntys, Uncles, Grandparents, and the Claw Brothers
If I wasn’t a rugby player I would be: a WrestlerSix 60, Kora, Katchafire, Chase and Status
Former New Zealand Sevens player Warwick Lahmert was captain for England.
The Waikanae-raised hooker switched allegiance to England last season, hoping to take his chances at making the Rio Olympics.
He was a key figure in the English squad, often the starting hooker in the side and providing a strong creative link.