Super Rugby

Height: 202cm
Weight: 119kg
Born: 01/06/1989
Place of Birth: Maclean, NSW
Senior Club: Norths
Junior Club: Yamba Bucaneers
School: Maclean High School

Representative Honours
Australian Under 20s (2009)
Australian Wallabies (2012-)
Rugby World Cup (2015)
Queensland (2016-)
Brisbane City NRC (2017)


Playing History

Representative Caps Points Debut
NRC 7 - 2014 v Greater Sydney Rams, Sydney
Queensland 23 - 2016 v Brumbies, Canberra
Super Rugby 99 (76 NSW, 23 QLD) 10 (2T) 2010 v Reds, Suncorp Stadium (Waratahs)
Test Rugby 31 - 2012 v Argentina, Gold Coast

Player Bio

Kane Douglas is an imposing, experienced lock who is entering his third season in Queensland colours.

The 28-year-old brings considerable experience to the St.George Queensland Reds and will likely line up for his 100th Super Rugby game in the 2018 season, while also having represented Australia 31 times.

Douglas’ career began south of the border with the NSW Waratahs, where he won a Super Rugby title in 2014, before heading overseas for a season with Irish giants Leinster. He joined the Reds after the 2015 Rugby World Cup, but missed much of his first season at Ballymore due to a knee injury suffered in the Cup final.

A product of the NSW north coast, Douglas began his Rugby career at 15, when he joined the Yamba Buccaneers – a connection which was celebrated last year when the club renamed their field after the gregarious lock.

Douglas is the younger brother of former NRL player Luke, who now plays for English Super League side St Helens.

Jostled for selection with Wallabies teammate Rob Simmons and youngsters Izack Rodda and Lukhan Tui, adding 11 caps to his tally. Featured for McInnes Wilson Lawyers Brisbane City in the National Rugby Championship. Off the field, he was honoured for his achievements in the game with a field named after him at his junior club Yamba Bucaneers. Also selected to represent the Wallabies in an uncapped fixture against the Alan Jones-coached Barbarians at the Sydney Football Stadium.
Made his Queensland debut against the Brumbies late in the Super Rugby season, after returning from a significant knee injury. Played eight Tests for the Wallabies during The Rugby Championship and Spring Tour.
Returned to Australia from Ireland after signing a three-year deal with the Reds. Immediately joined the Wallabies in training and was selected for Australia’s third Bledisloe Cup Test against New Zealand. Played nine Tests for the Wallabies and formed the starting lock partnership with Rob Simmons for the majority of the Rugby World Cup. Unfortunately suffered a serious knee injury in the World Cup final against New Zealand.

Updated 01/05/2018 - After Round 11