Angus Macdonald (rugby union) - Height Weight Birthday Zodiac Biography

Angus Macdonald (rugby union)’s height is 6ft 4½in (1.94 m)

Angus James Macdonald (born 12 January 1981 in Whangarei) is a retired New Zealand rugby union footballer. Macdonald has played for Auckland, the Blues, Glasgow Warriors, New Zealand Maori and the All Blacks in a career that began in 2001. Angus Macdonald is known for his versatility, as he has played in various positions in the forwards including Lock, Flanker and Number 8. It was this ability to play multiple positions capably that led to his selection in the 2005 Northern Hemisphere tour, he joined Chris Masoe, Neemia Tialata Isaia Toeava as All Black coach Graham Henry looked to strengthen depth by breaking in players that could take up many positions. Macdonald was part of the champion Blues Super 14 campaign in 2003 and has captained his province; at the young age of 24.

Born: 12 January, 1981
Birthplace: Whangarei
Height: 6ft 4½in (1.94 m)
Weight: 240 lbs (108.9 kg)
Astrological Sign: Capricorn

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