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Juan Martin Hernandez

Juan Martin Hernandez is an Argentine rugby union player. A mainstay of the Argentina national team, he most recently played for the Natal Sharks in the South African Currie Cup domestic competition; he was slated to play with the Sharks in Super Rugby in 2010, but suffered a back injury that knocked him out of the Super Rugby season. Hernandez is a "utility back" capable of playing fly-half, centre, or fullback, though he generally prefers fly half.

Hernandez made his test debut for Los Pumas versus Paraguay on April 2003. Since then he has earned over 30 caps for his national team.

His uncle Patricio Hernandez was part of the Argentinan football squad for the 1982 FIFA World Cup.

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New Zealand Herald article

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