Tane Norton Biography, Age, Height, Parents, Wife, Net Worth, Family – Rangitane Will Norton MNZM, commonly known as Tane Norton, was a New Zealand rugby union player.
|Name:||Rangitane Will Norton|
|Date of Birth:||30 March 1942|
|Net Worth:||$1 million – $10 million|
Tane Norton Cause Of Death
Tane Norton gave up his breath on August 4, 2023, at the age of 81. Norton breathed his last from an undisclosed cause of death.
Tane Norton was not mentioned to have suffered a disease, making it unknown whether or not he had an illness.
Tane Norton Biography
Rangitane Will Norton was brought forth into the world on March 30, 1942, and lived 81 years until his passing on August 4, 2023.
Commonly known as Tane Norton, he had following his birth grown to establish himself in a career as a New Zealand rugby union player.
Norton was noted to have played at the hooker position and for Linwood before he first represented Canterbury in 1969.
Tane Norton Age
He was 81 years old.
Tane Norton Height
He stands 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in) tall.
Tane Norton Parents
Details about her Parents are Unknown
Tane Norton Siblings
Details about her siblings are Unknown
Tane Norton Nationality
He is a New Zealand
Tane Norton Career
He played at the hooker position. He played for Linwood before he first represented Canterbury in 1969. In 1977, he captained the All Blacks to a series win over the British Lions and played three games for the World Invitation XV in South Africa.
In the 2006 New Year Honours, Norton was appointed a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit, for services to rugby.
In 1973 and 1974, Norton was awarded the Tom French Cup for the outstanding Māori player of the year.
Norton, a hooker, made 61 appearances for the All Blacks including 27 Tests.
Norton led the All Blacks for nine matches, including the 3-1 series win over the British and Irish Lions in 1977.
He made his Test debut against the 1971 Lions and his final appearance for the All Blacks was against the same team, in the final match of the series in Auckland.
“I still wake up and can't believe I've been an All Black,” he told Stuff in 2012.
Norton played a total of 197 first-class games, including 82 for Canterbury, 61 for New Zealand and three for a World Invitation XV in South Africa in 1977.
Tane Norton Wife
The absence of information regarding Tane Norton's wife makes it unknown whether or not he was married.
Tane Norton Children
There are no records of Tane Norton's children, making it unknown whether or not he had kids.
Tane Norton Net Worth
Tane Norton had a net worth estimated to be about $1 million to $10 million.