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Tony Woodcock (rugby player) Biography »
Tony Dale Woodcock (born 27 January 1981 in Helensville, New Zealand) is a New Zealand rugby union player. His position is loosehead prop, and he has played 100 tests for the national team, the All Blacks. He plays for Highlanders in Super Rugby, and also for North Harbour in the ITM Cup (when available). Woodcock has played for the All Blacks since 2002, scoring eight test tries. He has been described by The Dominion Post as "widely regarded as the world's premier loosehead", and by The New Zealand Herald as having the "best range of skills of any prop on the planet". He is now the most capped All Black prop of all time, and is the second most capped player in Blues history, behind Keven Mealamu.