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He attended St Fiach's National School in Ballinacree, where he and his brother Kane learned how to play Gaelic football. He played for the Rahotu and Coastal Rugby clubs throughout his early childhood rugby, whilst he also represented Francis Douglas Memorial College in New Plymouth, alongside All Black teammate Liam Coltman, where he excelled in its first XV. [5] Barrett came to the attention of national selectors at the age of 19, after he was selected in the New Zealand Sevens team for the final two legs of the 2010 IRB Sevens World Series in England and Scotland and debuted for Taranaki in the ITM Cup against Northland.


Barrett started in all three tests on the end-of-year tour, scoring the winning try against Scotland in a tense 22-17 win. Barrett was awarded World Rugby Player of the Year for the second time in 2017, beating team-mate Rieko Ioane to the award, joining former team-mates Richie McCaw and Dan Carter to become the third player to win the award on more than one occasion, as well as becoming only the second player to win the award twice in successive years. Barrett also scored the second-to-most tries of any All Black in 2017, tying with Waisake Naholo and scoring six tries in 2017. Ioane was the only All Black to score more than Barrett, scoring 10 tries in 2017.


Barrett was retained as a regular starter for the 2017 Rugby Championship, despite calls from the public to replace Barrett with outstanding Highlanders first-five Lima Sopoaga. Barrett was named as the All Black Vice-Captain, for the rest of 2017, replacing Ben Smith who took a sabbatical leave. In the final match of the Rugby Championship against South Africa, Barrett was subbed off after only 33 minutes for a concussion test, being replaced by Lima Sopoaga. The All Blacks went on to win 25-24 after Barrett failed to make it back on the field. Barrett returned from concussion to captain the All Blacks for the first time, in a non-cap match over the Barbarians on 4 November, which the All Blacks won 31-22 (Barrett slotting 3 conversions).


This meant the Barrett family were the first to have three siblings selected for the same All Blacks squad. Barrett scored 24 points including two tries in his 50th test match, against Samoa, on 16 June 2017, which was also his brother Jordie's debut. Although Beauden and Jordie were not on the pitch at the same time, Scott shared game time with both of them. Barrett went on to score 41 points in the three tests against the British and Irish Lions, being the highest points scorer of the series. The All Blacks drew the series with the Lions, with Barrett missing three of his ten kicks during the second test of the series.


Barrett's 95-meter individual try against France in New Zealand's final match for the year saw Barrett overtake Ben Smith as the second to highest try scorer in the All Blacks for the year, scoring 9 tries throughout the calendar year, having doubled his career total. Barrett finished behind winger Israel Dagg, who scored 10 tries that year. Barrett played in most Hurricanes fixtures, during the 2017 Super Rugby season, but lent his kicking duties to younger brother, Jordie Barrett, during the season due to a leg problem.


Despite this, Barrett still scored 58 points in the season. Barrett's discipline was also notably off, with Barrett ending the season as the most-carded player of the year. Barrett received four yellow cards, as well as a red card during the season. Barrett earned this red card, which was the first of his career, for being awarded two yellow cards against the Waratahs, having performed a deliberate knock-down and an offside against the Waratahs. [30] Barrett was selected for the All Blacks' 33-man squad to face Manu Samoa and the British and Irish Lions in 2017. His brothers Scott and fellow Hurricane Jordie were selected too.


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[26] He finished the season scoring 209 points. In June 2014, Barrett featured in all of the three Tests against England starting on the bench, in the mid-year Test series. He played in the opening 2 Bledisloe Cup Test games against Australia starting from the bench in August. [citation needed] Barrett post the England test in Dunedin, June 2014. In September 2014, Barrett got the opportunity to start in the All Blacks No. 10 jersey for the first time in his career. He played against Argentina at McLean Park in Napier following an injury to Aaron Cruden.


[23][24] 2014–15[edit] Barrett ended speculation concerning his future by signing a two-year contract extension with the Hurricanes in 2014. The then 23-year-old only signed a 12-month deal the previous year after reportedly almost joining the Blues. [25] Along with Julian Savea, he started all sixteen matches for the Hurricanes and by early April, in the 2014 Super Rugby season, Barrett had already scored 100 points.


[9] He was called up by the Hurricanes before the side's 2011 tour to South Africa where he saw time off the bench, earning his first four Hurricanes caps. He made his debut in a 50–47 win over the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein, a match that saw the Hurricanes prevail on full-time with a try to lock Jeremy Thrush that Barrett converted. [10] In his second season with the Taranaki squad for the 2011 ITM Cup, Barrett scored 90 points for the season, including an ITM Cup record after he kicked nine penalties in a 39–33 win over Bay of Plenty. [11] With Barrett playing, Taranaki finished a respectable third placing in the ITM Cup and was instrumental in securing his side the Ranfurly Shield off Southland. Barrett was crowned Taranaki best back of the year for his efforts. [12] 2012–13[edit] In 2012, Barrett began with his first Super Rugby match-day start with the Hurricanes against the Stormers.


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