Former Star All Black Winger
Stu Wilson has been described as one of the greatest All Black Wingers of all time, alongside Jonah Lomu and John Kirwan.
During an impressive rugby career, Stu Wilson played against most of the leading rugby nations including Argentina, France, Ireland, Wales, South Africa, Scotland, Australia, Romania, Italy, Fiji, Canada and the USA.
Stu Wilson's enviable All Black Rugby career included 85 matches and 34 tests, during which he scored more than 50 tries.
Over almost a decade playing rugby, in 199 first class appearances, he scored 106 times. Indeed, for several years, his 19 test tries were an All Black record.
Stu Wilson's 1981 season was his greatest. In just one season, he appeared in eight internationals and scored eight tries.
After captaining the All Black side to Scotland and England in 1983, Wilson announced his retirement.
Since retiring, Stu Wilson has remained one of the game's most astute observers. He is a highly respected media commentator on both television and radio, often appearing with the rugby commentary team on Sky Television.
Stu Wilson talks about:
An articulate and captivating speaker, Stu Wilson's addresses are always very humorous, entertaining and guaranteed to capture his audience's attention. Using his experiences as a world class rugby player, All Black team member and Captain, he can infuse his presentations with strong messages on sales motivation, teamwork and leadership skills.
Stu was excellent - 100%!
Old Collegians Dinner, St Kentigern’s College
Stu was very humorous and entertaining. Pure entertainment value.
Waikato Rugby Supporters Club
Very well received and thoroughly enjoyed! Stu was animated and reeled off numerous stories, the guys are still talking about it now!