Beginning his rugby career with Southland, Justin then moved on to join Christchurch. Whilst he was in Canterbury Justin made his first break into the All Blacks side for the Italy and France tour in 1995. This was where Marshall made his debut against France with a 37-12 win.
Marshall was then made the captain of New Zealand in 1997 and led out his team in four tests, becoming the All Blacks’ 54th Test Captain. Marshall retired from international rugby after moving to Europe in 2005. Overall, Justin made 81 appearances with the All Blacks with a record wins of 61, 1 draw and 19 defeats. Marshall has scored 24 test tries for New Zealand making him the highest capped scrum-half in All Blacks history.
After leaving his sporting career he became a Sky TV presenter in New Zealand in 2010 and enjoys commentating All Black and Super Rugby fixtures across the world.
- Justin played 81 games for the New Zealand All Blacks between 1995 and 2005
- Now a Sky Sports commentator for most of All Blacks games
- Justin began his career with Southland before joining Christchurch
- He became an All Blacks player in 1995 for a tour of Italy and France
- He was just 22 years old when he made his debut against France in a 37-12 win