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Stephen Bachop

Stephen John Bachop (born 2 April 1966 in Christchurch) is a former New Zealand rugby union player and current coach. He is the older brother of fellow former All Black, Graeme Bachop.

Stephen Bachop
Birth nameStephen John Bachop
Date of birth (1966-04-02)2 April 1966 (age 55)
Place of birthChristchurch, New Zealand
Height1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Weight92 kg (14 st 7 lb; 203 lb)
SchoolHagley High School
Notable relative(s)Connor Garden-Bachop (son)
Jackson Garden-Bachop (son)
Graeme Bachop (brother)
Nathan Mauger (nephew)
Aaron Mauger (nephew)
SpouseSue Garden-Bachop
Occupation(s)Rugby union coach
Rugby union career
Position(s) First five-eighth
All Black No. 925
Amateur team(s)
Years Team Apps (Points)
1986-91
1992-96
1997-98
Linwood
Southern
Te Kawau
-
-
(-)
(-)
Senior career
Years Team Apps (Points)
1991
1992–96
1997–98
1998–00
2000–02
Lazio
Otago
Central Vikings
London Irish
Leeds
Blackrock College

79
22
32
42

(-)
(34)
(23)
(52)
Provincial / State sides
Years Team Apps (Points)
1986–91 Canterbury 80 (-)
Super Rugby
Years Team Apps (Points)
1996
1997–98
Highlanders
Hurricanes
10
21
(10)
(15)
National team(s)
Years Team Apps (Points)
1991–99
1994
Samoa
New Zealand
18
5
(64)
(0)
Teams coached
Years Team
2000–02
2002
2003
2004–05
2005-present
Leeds (assistant)
Wellington Lions
Wellington U19
Wellington B (asst.)
International Rugby Academy New Zealand

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Bachop had two spells in the National Provincial Championship with each Canterbury and Otago, and also played for the Highlanders in the first Super 12 season in 1996. He then moved north in 1997 and for the next two seasons played with the Central Vikings in the NPC second division and for the Hurricanes in the Super 12.

Bachop had a key role in Otago's back to back wins over the British and Irish Lions in 1993 and the Springboks in 1994.

Bachop is of Samoan, Tahitian and Cook Islands Heritage.

Several of Bachop's relatives have played sport at a high level, among them brother Graeme Bachop and nephews Aaron Mauger and Nathan Mauger, all of whom have played for the All Blacks. Stephen's wife was Sue Garden-Bachop, a New Zealand representative and coach at women's rugby. Their son, Jackson Garden-Bachop, is also a professional rugby player, and their daughter Georgia Garden-Bachop has represented New Zealand at age-group level at hockey. Another uncle of Aaron and Nathan is former world speedway champion Ivan Mauger.

Tests: 5 (0 as Captain)
Games: 13 (0 as Captain)
Total Matches: 18 (0 as Captain)
Test Points: 0pts
Game Points: 33pts (6t, 0c, 0p, 1dg, 0m)
Total Points: 33pts (6t, 0c, 0p, 1dg, 0m)


Stephen Bachop
Stephen Bachop Language Watch Edit Stephen John Bachop born 2 April 1966 in Christchurch is a former New Zealand rugby union player and current coach He is the older brother of fellow former All Black Graeme Bachop Stephen BachopBirth nameStephen John BachopDate of birth 1966 04 02 2 April 1966 age 55 Place of birthChristchurch New ZealandHeight1 78 m 5 ft 10 in Weight92 kg 14 st 7 lb 203 lb SchoolHagley High SchoolNotable relative s Connor Garden Bachop son Jackson Garden Bachop son Graeme Bachop brother Nathan Mauger nephew Aaron Mauger nephew SpouseSue Garden BachopOccupation s Rugby union coachRugby union careerPosition s First five eighthAll Black No 925Amateur team s YearsTeamApps Points 1986 91 1992 96 1997 98Linwood Southern Te Kawau 1 Senior careerYearsTeamApps Points 1991 1992 96 1997 98 1998 00 2000 02Lazio Otago Central Vikings London Irish Leeds Blackrock College79 22 32 42 34 23 52 Provincial State sidesYearsTeamApps Points 1986 91Canterbury80 Super RugbyYearsTeamApps Points 1996 1997 98Highlanders Hurricanes10 21 10 15 National team s YearsTeamApps Points 1991 99 1994Samoa New Zealand18 5 64 0 Teams coachedYearsTeam2000 02 2002 2003 2004 05 2005 presentLeeds assistant Wellington Lions Wellington U19 Wellington B asst International Rugby Academy New Zealand Contents 1 Rugby career 2 Family 3 All Blacks statistics 4 References 5 External linksRugby career EditBachop had two spells in the National Provincial Championship with each Canterbury and Otago and also played for the Highlanders in the first Super 12 season in 1996 He then moved north in 1997 and for the next two seasons played with the Central Vikings in the NPC second division and for the Hurricanes in the Super 12 Bachop had a key role in Otago s back to back wins over the British and Irish Lions in 1993 and the Springboks in 1994 Bachop is of Samoan Tahitian and Cook Islands Heritage Family EditSeveral of Bachop s relatives have played sport at a high level among them brother Graeme Bachop and nephews Aaron Mauger and Nathan Mauger all of whom have played for the All Blacks Stephen s wife was Sue Garden Bachop a New Zealand representative and coach at women s rugby Their son Jackson Garden Bachop is also a professional rugby player and their daughter Georgia Garden Bachop has represented New Zealand at age group level at hockey Another uncle of Aaron and Nathan is former world speedway champion Ivan Mauger All Blacks statistics EditTests 5 0 as Captain Games 13 0 as Captain Total Matches 18 0 as Captain Test Points 0pts Game Points 33pts 6t 0c 0p 1dg 0m Total Points 33pts 6t 0c 0p 1dg 0m References Edit Stephen John Bachop at New Zealand Rugby HistoryExternal links EditStephen Bachop at AllBlacks com This biographical article relating to New Zealand rugby union about a person born in the 1960s is a stub You can help Wikipedia by expanding it vte Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Stephen Bachop amp oldid 1038204703, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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