Awen Guttenbeil

Athlete

1976 –

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Who is Awen Guttenbeil?

Awen Guttenbeil is a New Zealand former professional rugby league footballer of the 1990s and 2000s. Since retiring after a playing career spanning fifteen years, he now works as a broadcaster for Sky Network Television and as a presenter on Maori TV sports show, Hyundai Code. In 2010 he coached his schoolboy club Point Chevalier Pirates in the Auckland Rugby League's Phelan Sheild alongside former team mate and childhood friend Stacey Jones. He represented both the Tongan and New Zealand national sides in his long career and played in two World Cups. His position of preference was in the Second-Row. He was an integral part of the 2002 New Zealand Warriors squad, noted for being the first team in the club's history to make the NRL Grand Final.

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Born
Mar 14, 1976
Whangarei
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