|Birth name||Caleb Stan Ralph|
|Date of birth||10 September 1977|
|Place of birth||Rotorua, New Zealand|
|Height||187 cm (6 ft 2 in)|
|Weight||93 kg (14 st 9 lb; 205 lb)|
|School||Western Heights High School|
|Occupation(s)||Professional rugby union footballer|
|Rugby union career|
Caleb Stan Ralph (born 10 September 1977 in Rotorua) is a New Zealand rugby union footballer. Ralph began his first-class career with Bay of Plenty, then moved to Auckland before heading to Canterbury. He started his Super Rugby career with the Chiefs in 1997, Blues (1998–99), Crusaders (2000–08) and a cameo role with the Queensland Reds (2011). He made his All Black debut while playing for Auckland in 1998.
After an absence from the national team of three years he was recalled in 2001, and was a regular member of the All Blacks throughout the 2002 and 2003 seasons, playing a total of 13 tests and scoring eight tries, including a hat-trick against Italy in 2002, and was a member of the New Zealand team during the 2003 Rugby World Cup. In 2006 he gained his 100th consecutive super rugby cap.
He made the New Zealand sevens side while still at Western Heights High School, Rotorua. He has since regularly represented New Zealand in Rugby sevens between 1996 and 2000 playing with Eric Rush and was a member of the gold medal-winning New Zealand team at the 1998 Commonwealth Games.
Ralph is second on the all-time list of Super Rugby try scorers, one try behind Doug Howlett, and he still holds the record for consecutive Super Rugby appearances with 104. Ralph won the Canterbury Maori Trophy on 10 December 2005. In 2008 he signed up to play with Japanese club Fukuoka Sanix Blues. In 2010 he signed with the Australian club Sunshine Coast Stingrays. The following year in the final round of the regular 2011 Super Rugby season, Queensland Reds coach Ewen McKenzie recruited Ralph on a short term contract to combat the side's injury crisis in the outside backs. In Round 18 he took the field in the 65th minute as a substitute and equalled George Gregan's then-record of 136 Super Rugby games.
- Crusaders profile
- Caleb Ralph at AllBlacks.com
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 11 November 2013. Retrieved 25 February 2014. Cite uses deprecated parameter
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| Tom French Memorial
Māori rugby union player of the year