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Riki Flutey is a former New Zealand rugby union player who played for the All Blacks, the New Zealand Maori, the Wellington Lions, the London Wasps, and the Brive. He was born in Masterton, New Zealand, and attended Wairarapa College. Flutey began his professional rugby career in 2002 with the Wellington Lions, and was selected for the All Blacks in 2006. He was part of the All Blacks squad that won the 2007 Rugby World Cup. He then moved to England to play for the London Wasps, and later for the Brive in France. Flutey retired from professional rugby in 2014, and is now a coach and mentor for young rugby players. He is also a regular commentator on Sky Sports. As of 2021, Riki Flutey's net worth is estimated to be approximately $2 million.

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Age 44 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 10 February, 1980
Birthday 10 February
Birthplace Wairarapa, New Zealand

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Riki Flutey Height, Weight & Measurements

At 44 years old, Riki Flutey height is 1.78 m and Weight 92 kg.

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Weight 92 kg
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After two narrow losses against Wales and Ireland, he was influential in England's 34–10 victory over France, scoring two tries and setting up another. In the next game against Scotland, he scored again and was chosen as the man of the match. His four tries in the 2009 Six Nations was the joint highest.


At the end of the 2012 season Flutey quit Wasps to join Ricoh Black Rams


Flutey rejoined London Wasps for the 2010/2011 season after just one season at Brive. He was contracted for 2 years but, by mutual consent, the contract was cancelled as his time in France was blighted by a shoulder injury. The club were not pleased that he choose to play for England in the 2010 Six Nations Championship having just recovered from injury and not having featured for the club for months. He re-injured the same shoulder playing for England in the tournament and was ruled out of playing again during the 2009/2010 season.


Flutey decided to join Top 14 club Brive, from the 2009–10 season, joining other English internationals such as Andy Goode, Steve Thompson and Jamie Noon. He played just 5 games for the club before his season was ended by a shoulder injury.

He was selected for the British and Irish Lions for their 2009 tour to South Africa. On 30 May 2009 he became the first player to play both for and against the Lions in tour matches. He played in the third and final test of the tour.


Flutey qualified for England on residency grounds at the beginning of the 2008/09 season – he had announced on 14 May 2008 that he would be available for England selection as soon as he had completed his three-year residential qualification in September.

On 1 July 2008, Flutey was named in Martin Johnson's first England Elite Squad. Flutey made his England debut against the Pacific Islanders at Twickenham on 8 November 2008. He scored his first international try against Italy in the 2009 Six Nations.


He was rewarded for an excellent 2007/2008 début season with Wasps, winning the League, and he was named Player of the Year at the PRA awards.


A centre or fly-half, he played for Hawke's Bay, Wellington and the Hurricanes in New Zealand before moving to England in 2005. He then played for London Irish and London Wasps in England, Brive in France and Ricoh Black Rams in Japan.

After making only 5 appearances in the 2005 Super 12 season, Flutey moved to England to play for London Irish.

After his arrival at the Exiles the team achieved a play-off place in the 2005–06 Guinness Premiership, losing to the Leicester Tigers. That season, Flutey also started in the final of the European Challenge Cup, losing to Gloucester Rugby. At the end of the 2006–07 season, Flutey left London Irish to join London Wasps.


Flutey made his debut for the Hurricanes against the Blues in the opening round of the 2002 Super 12.


On 3 December 2001 Flutey was charged with grievous bodily harm in Rosario, Argentina. Argentinian teenager Gabriel Capotosti suffered a broken nose and right eye socket that required corrective plastic surgery in an unprovoked assault by Flutey outside a mini mart. Consequently, Flutey spent four nights in a police cell, then under house arrest at the team's hotel while the Wellington union arranged his bail of $US35,000 ($NZ84,800), before returning to New Zealand on 10 December 2001. Gabriel Capotosti's family later filed a civil suit against Flutey. The case was finally settled in December 2008, with the charges completely dropped on condition that Flutey does not reoffend for a set period.


Born in Wairarapa, Flutey was a member of the New Zealand team that won the U19 World Cup in 1999. He first played for the New Zealand Māori in 2002.


He made his representative debut for Hawkes Bay in 1998, and from 1999 to 2005 he played for the Wellington Lions in the National Provincial Championship.


Riki John Flutey (born 10 February 1980) is a retired rugby union player who played internationally for England (winning 14 caps) and the British and Irish Lions (1 cap). Born in Wairarapa, New Zealand, he represented New Zealand at all age groups before qualifying to play for England through residency.