|Monde Hadebe Wiki/Profile|
|Name/Famous as||Monde Hadebe|
|Occupation||Rugby Union Player|
|Birthday||December 9, 1990|
|Age||29 years old|
|Other Name||Monde, Hadebe|
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Monde Hadebe Biography
Monde Hadebe is best known as a Rugby Union Player. Monde Hadebe was born on December 9, 1990 in Durban. Monde Hadebe is one of the most successful Rugby Union Player. He has ranked on the list of famous people who were born on December 9, 1990.
Monde Sakhile Hadebe (born (1990-12-09 ) 9 December 1990 in Durban, South Africa) is a former South African rugby union player, whose regular position is hooker. He played domestic Currie Cup rugby with the Sharks between 2011 and 2015 and Super Rugby with the Sharks in 2015. He retired from rugby in 2016 when he was given a four-year ban following a positive drugs test.
In November 2015, Hadebe was named in the Sharks training squad for the 2016 Super Rugby season, but then joined the Port Elizabeth-based Southern Kings outfit for a trial period as they prepared for the Super Rugby season. However, he picked up an injury during training and returned to the Durban-based side.
He also has a position among the list of Most popular Rugby Union Player. Monde is 1 of the famous people in our database with the age of 29 years old.
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Hadebe attended Westville Boys’ High School and was selected to represent his local provincial union, KwaZulu-Natal at several youth tournaments. He represented them at Under-16 level at the Grant Khomo Week in 2006 and at the Under-18 Craven Week – the premier high school rugby union competition in South Africa – in both 2007 and 2008. In 2008, he was also included in a South African Under-18 southern elite squad after the tournament.
He again appeared in all of the Sharks XV’s matches in the Vodacom Cup competition in 2014. Their Round Four match against the SWD Eagles saw Hadebe score the first senior try of his career in a 27–10 victory, and the Sharks XV again finished top of the Southern Section log. For the second season in a row they lost in the quarter finals, with the Golden Lions eliminating them at this stage for the second season in a row. Hadebe didn’t feature for the Super Rugby side at all, but made four appearances in the 2014 Currie Cup Premier Division. He came on as a replacement against the Pumas in their second match of the season, scoring his first ever Currie Cup try in the final minutes of a 34–17 victory. He was an unused replacement in three matches, but came on against the Golden Lions in their penultimate match in the regular season and starting their final match against Western Province as the Sharks qualified for the semi-finals after finishing in third position. Hadebe came on as a replacement in their semi-final against the Golden Lions, but could not prevent the side from Johannesburg easily winning the match 50–20.
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After finishing school, Hadebe joined the Sharks Academy and he made six appearances for the Sharks U19 side during the 2009 Under-19 Provincial Championship.
Age, Height & Measurements
Monde Hadebe current age 29 years old years old. He born under the Aquarius horoscope as Monde's birth date is December 9. Monde Hadebe height 5 Feet 11 Inches (Approx) & weight 299 lbs (135.6 kg) (Approx.). Right now we don't know about body measurements. We will update in this article.
He was included in the South African Under-20 squad that played at the 2010 IRB Junior World Championship held in Argentina. He started in all three of their matches in Pool C of the competition; a 40–14 victory over Tonga in the opening match was followed by a 73–0 victory over Scotland, before South Africa suffered their first ever pool stage defeat in the history of the competition, losing 35–42 to Australia. Although finishing in second position in the pool, they still qualified for the semi-finals by virtue of having the best record of the second-placed teams across the three pools. Hadebe started their semi-final match as they were eliminated 7–36 by New Zealand, and also in the third-place play-off, as South Africa beat England 27–22 to secure third position in the competition. Upon the team’s return to South Africa, Hadebe made four appearances for the Sharks U21 side during the 2010 Under-21 Provincial Championship.
|Height||6 Feet 1 Inches (Approx)|
|Weight||300 lbs (136 kg) (Approx)|
|Shoe Size||7 (US), 6 (UK), 40 (EU), 25.25 (CM)|
After six substitute appearances in 2011, Hadebe made his first start for the Sharks XV during the 2012 Vodacom Cup in their opening-day 42–0 victory over the Border Bulldogs. He appeared in all seven of their matches during the regular season – four starts and three appearances from the bench – as the Sharks XV finished in second position in the Southern Section of the competition. He was named on the bench for their quarter final match against the Blue Bulls, but didn’t see any game time as the side from Pretoria won 37–36 to eliminate them from the competition. He made seven appearances for the Sharks during the 2012 Currie Cup Premier Division; after playing off the bench against Western Province and the Golden Lions, he started his first match in the Currie Cup competition, in a 31–42 defeat to the Blue Bulls in Pretoria. Starts against the Free State Cheetahs and Griquas followed, and substitute appearances against Western Province and the Golden Lions. The Sharks finished top of the log, but Hadebe missed out on the play-off rounds, as a 20–3 victory over the Blue Bulls secured them a place in the final, only to lose at the final hurdle to Western Province, going down 18–25 in Durban.
Monde Hadebe Net Worth
Estimated Net Worth: $1-2 Million
Monde Hadebe net worth has been growing significantly. Monde Hadebe’s most of wealth comes from being a successful Rugby Union Player. We have estimated Monde's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth||$1-2 Million|
|Source of Income||Rugby Union Player|
|Source of Income||Rugby Union Player|
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Hadebe was included for the Sharks XV squad that took part in the 2011 Vodacom Cup competition. He was named on the replacement bench for their opening match of the competition against the Blue Bulls, but failed to make an appearance in his side’s 30–19 victory. A week later, he did make his first class debut, playing off the bench in a 25–5 victory over Namibian side the Welwitschias in Windhoek. He was used as a replacement in their regular season matches against the Falcons and the Golden Lions, helping the Sharks XV finish in third place on the Southern Section log to secure a quarter final spot. He didn’t feature in their victory over Western Province in the quarter final, but made his fourth appearance of the campaign in their semi-final match against Argentine side Pampas XV in Potchefstroom. He couldn’t prevent the Sharks XV from losing the match 26–41 to be eliminated from the competition by the eventual champions.
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In the second half of the year, Hadebe played for and captained the Sharks U21 side during the 2012 Under-21 Provincial Championship. He scored tries in their matches against the Blue Bulls U21s and the Falcons U21s as his side won nine out of their twelve matches during the regular season, finishing in second position on the log. Hadebe also helped the team beat the Western Province U21s in the semi-final, but they fell short in the final, losing 30–46 to the Blue Bulls U21. During the Under-21 Provincial Championship, he was also called up into the senior team that played in the 2011 Currie Cup Premier Division. He made his Currie Cup debut when he played off the bench in the 64th minute of their 29–18 victory over Griquas. He was an unused replacement the following week against Western Province, but made one further appearance against the Leopards in Rustenburg.
Hadebe was the first choice hooker for the Sharks XV during the 2013 Vodacom Cup, starting all eight of their matches. They finished top of the Southern Section log, but crashed out as the quarter final stage as they lost to the Golden Lions. As soon as the tournament finished, Hadebe joined the Sharks Super Rugby squad for the 2013 Super Rugby season, linking up with the team during their tour of Australia. He was named on the bench in their matches against the Reds in Brisbane, the Western Force in Perth and the Bulls upon their return to South Africa, but failed to appear in any of those matches. He was also restricted to just four appearances – all of those as a replacement – for the Sharks during the 2013 Currie Cup Premier Division. It was a successful season for the team, however, as they won their seventh Currie Cup competition, beating Western Province 33–19 in the final.
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