The legendary Craig Dowd has become one of the most respected and feared front row players in the world. His raw power, strength and experience have made him one of the side's most important players.
The 33-year-old New Zealander notched up 59 caps for the All Blacks and holds the record, alongside Olo Brown and Sean Fitzpatrick, of the longest serving front row unit in Test history, playing 35 matches together for the All Blacks
His 2002 /2003 season has started in awesome form with the New Zealander scoring two tries against Saracens in September.
Dowd is defiantly the corner stone of the pack and worth his weight in gold
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|Weight:||115kgs / 18st 2lbs|
|Height:||191cm / 6ft 3ins|
|Date of Birth:||26/10/1969|
|Place of Birth:|
|Former Clubs:||North Harbour, Wasps, Auckland, Blues, Suburbs|
|Representative Honours:||, New Zealand U21|
|Debut Match:||Saracens 02/09/2001|
|Joined Club:||Summer 2001|
|Left Club:||Summer 2005|
|Craig's Club Stats:||This Season||Club Total|
|Craig's Test Stats:||Win Rate||Total|
|Country||Won: 47 Drawn: - Lost: 13||New Zealand|
|Drop Goals||-||International Points||10|