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Mitchell  Graham
Full Name: Mitchell Graham
Team: Chiefs
Position:Loosehead Prop
Super Rugby Games:25
Super Rugby Points:5 (1t)
Super Rugby Debut:2015 v Crusaders in Hamilton
Provincial Games:44
Provincial Points:5 (1t)
Provincial Debut:2013 v Manawatu (for Canterbury) in Christchurch

"A dependable prop, Mitch Graham will be looking forward to getting back out on the field after a season ending injury kept him out in 2017."- The Chiefs

Prop Mitchell Graham made his Super Rugby debut in 2015, proving to be a highly dependable prop.  With threeseasons under his belt the former tighthead will be looking to continue his path of growth in the game.

The former St Peter’s (Cambridge) student is a qualified chemical engineer and has also won an ITM Cup Premiership title with his Provincial side Taranaki in 2014 and also played for the Canterbury As, Bs and Under 21s.

Full birth date and place of birth
30.01.91 in Matamata

What representative teams have you been a part of (including high-school 1st fifteen)?

St Peters Cambridge 1st XV, Waikato U16s, Canterbury U18s, Canterbury U21s, Canterbury ITM Cup, Port Taranaki Bulls, New Zealand U21s.

What primary school(s) did you go to?

St Marys Catholic School, Putaruru

What high school(s) did you go to?

St Peters School, Cambridge

Favourite subject at school?


How many siblings do you have?


Any trades or university qualifications?

Chemical Engineer

Who was your favourite player growing up?

Carl Hayman

Who is your favourite non-rugby sportsperson or sports team?

Roger Federer

Favourite band or musician?

Tracy Chapman and Johnny Cash

What do you eat for breakfast on game day?

Poached eggs on toast

Fantasy dinner party: Who would be your top three dinner guests (dead or alive)?

Johnny Cash, Stephen Fry and Seth McFarlane

What do you do for fun away from rugby?

Fishing and playing squash

Best holiday destination?

Papamoa Beach

What would you eat for your last ever meal?

Mum’s chicken casserole

An interesting fact about you?

Was Head Boy at school

What advice would you give to your 10-year-old self?

Have fun – enjoy it!

What does representing the Gallagher Chiefs mean to you?

It’s a lifelong dream to play for the Gallagher Chiefs. It’s an absolute honour for me and my family.