Jordie Barrett is a New Zealand personality and a rugby union player. He plays for New Zealand as an international player, an All Blacks team & for the Hurricanes in the Super Rugby competition. He was an apprentice previously for the All-Black squad in 2016.
Later, in 2017, he was selected for the New Zealand and debuted against Samoa in a warm-up test. He also appeared in the 2023 Rugby World Cup, where he appeared for four matches, scored 13 points, and had one try.
Jordie Barrett Bio, Age, Height, Parents, Wife, Net Worth
Jordie Barrett was born on 17th February 1997 and shared his childhood with his three older brothers, Beauden, Scott, and Kane, who all became professional rugby players. His father, named Kevin ‘Smiley’ Barrett, was also a rugby player playing for Taranaki and played around 167 games for the amber and blacks.
He has studied at Lincoln University, where he played in the Canterbury Metro senior rugby tournament. Jordie Barrett also went to Francis Douglas Memorial College, where he represented his school just like his brothers. He was a New Zealand Under 20 team member who later participated in the 2016 World Rugby U-20 Championship in England.
Jordie Barrett represented New Zealand at an age-grade level while being part of the U-20 side in 2016 and also in the World Championship in England. He has also represented Taranaki at provincial level while playing for Canterbury during their 2016 Ranfurly Shield tenure.
He earned the Duane Monkley Medal for the Mitre 10 Cup Player of the Year in 2016. In that same year, he received New Zealand’s age-grade player of the year award. Additionally, Jordie Barrett was honored as the Taranaki Sportsperson of the Year at the Taranaki Sports Awards in 2017.
During the 2018 end-of-year tour, Barrett participated in two tests. However, the first test against Japan didn’t showcase his best performance, despite the All Blacks winning 69-31. In the second test against Italy, he started as the right wing. His performance in the Italy test was remarkable.
Barrett not only played on the wing but also received the Man of the Match award, scoring four tries. This achievement made him the third individual from the All Blacks team, following his brother Beauden and former player Zac Guildford, to achieve this feat in 2018.
Jordie Barrett Biography
|Real Name||Jordan Matthew Barrett|
|Birth Date||17 February 1997|
|Age (as of 2023)||26 Years|
|Birth Place||New Plymouth, New Zealand|
|Profession||Rugby Union Player|
|College||Francis Douglas Memorial College|
|Height||in feet inches – 6’ 4” – in Centimeters – 194 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 102 kg – in Pounds – 225 lbs|
|Sister||Jenna Barrett, Zara Barrett, Ella Barrett|
|Brother||Beauden Barrett, Scott Barrett, Kane Barrett, Blake Barrett,|
|Marital Status||In Relation|
|Who is his girlfriend?||Alice Marshall|
Jordie Barrett has been hitched to his long-term girlfriend, a Taranaki farm manager named Alice Marshall. The pair have been together for a long time and often share their pictures on Instagram.
He also posted an adorable picture of himself with his girlfriend at Kapiti Coast on Instagram. His girlfriend is available with the handle name – @marshallalice, with 8,926 followers and 1,284 following members.
She also stays on the side of Jordie Barrett and supports him during his matches, standing in the audience. Many of her Instagram pictures are filled with poses with her boyfriend. Jordie is also available on Facebook with the name – Jordie Barrett, but he hardly stays active as he had the last post on his Facebook profile on 18th February 2023.
Jordie Barrett is available on Instagram with a verified name – jordie_barrett, where he has 208K followers and 1,313 following members with 192 posts. On Instagram, he has given or uploaded images of his work and the field where he plays the game, and he often posts images of hockey that he plays in his spare time with his brothers and friends.
Jordie Barrett Net Worth
There needs to be a description of Jordie Barrett’s net worth on any official website. He is a brother of three sisters and four brothers. All his brothers play rugby games and are professionally versed in the game at the national or international level. Jordie Barrett might be earning enough to have his livelihood.
- Jordie Barrett spent nearly eight months on the sideline because of his shoulder injury.
- He got injured in 2017 and came back to the game or the field in 2018 in sparkling form.