Daniel Carter, born and raised in Southbridge, New Zealand, is widely considered as one of the best rugby players to have adorned the game. He has been crowned the record points scorer in Test rugby and the most capped All Blacks fly-half of all time. Upon international retirement, he had played 112 Tests for his country and scored 1,598 points in their legendary jersey. He has three times been named World Rugby's Player of the Year, most recently the day after his Man of the Match performance in the 2015 Rugby World Cup final. He played club rugby for Canterbury, Crusaders, Perpignan, Racing 92 and Kobelco Steelers. He annouced his retirement from profesional rugby in February 2021.