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Ratu Nemani Driu Nadolo
-   Burebasaga-
Nemani
Nadolo
Height - 195cm (6'5) Weight - 137kg (302lb)
DOB - January 31, 1988
POB - Sigatoka
Position - Winger
Player Type -Skilful, Power Runner
High School - St Josephs Brisbane

Koro

tikina

CURRENT SEASON

competition

club

games

tries

goals

points

HCC
Leicester
1
0
0
0

ALL CLUB STATS

Years

competition

club

games

tries

goals

points

2009-2010
2010
2011
2011-2015
2014-2016
2016-2020
2020-2022
2023-
Super 14
Top 14
Premiership Rugby
Top League
Super Rugby
Top 14
Premiership Rugby
Super Rugby
NSW Waratahs
Bourgoin
Exeter Chiefs
NEC Green Rockets
Crusaders
Montpellier
Leicester Tigers
NSW Waratahs
0
16
5
51
39
69
37
0
0
5
0
55
27
53
16
0
0
0
0
5
4
0
0
0
0
25
0
286
143
265
80
0
217
156
9
799

current season

comp

club

g

t

g

pt

HCC
Leicester
1
0
0
0

all club stats

Year

club

gp

ts

pt

2009-2010
2010
2011
2011-2015
2014-2016
2016-2020
2020-2022
2023-
NSW Waratahs
Bourgoin
Exeter Chiefs
NEC Green Rockets
Crusaders
Montpellier
Leicester Tigers
NSW Waratahs
0
16
5
51
39
69
37
0
0
5
0
55
27
53
16
0
0
25
0
286
143
265
80
0

totals

217
156
799

ALL REPRESENTATIVE

Year

team

gp

ts

pt

2008
2010-
Aus Under 20
Flying Fijians
5
30
7
22
35
237

ALL REPRESENTATIVE

Years

team

games

tries

goals

points

2008
2010-
Aus Under 20
Flying Fijians
5
30
7
22
0
53
35
237
35
29
53
272

Flying Fijians veteran Nemani Nadolo has enjoyed a lengthy and successful career and is still amongst the most dangerous backs in World Rugby.
He was part of the Australian under 20’s side at the 2008 IRB Junior World Championships where he finished as the tournament top tryscorer.

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Nadolo shot to Rugby stardom in 2014 after a phenomenal Super Rugby debut season with the Crusaders, a season in which he finished equal top tryscorer and one point shy of the Super Rugby title.

He was one of the star attractions at the 2015 Rugby World Cup and he didn’t disappoint causing absolute carnage at times.

Blessed with size and power but what made really made Nadolo special was his skill and vision. He possessed a very good offload, great ball skills and a kicking game to boot.

Nadolo was always one of Fiji’s best performers every time he wore the white and black and retired from International duties in 2019 prior to the World Cup.

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He is now with Leicester in the UK after 4 years with French side Montpellier.

In late 2020 Nadolo came out of retirement to once again represent Fiji at the Autumn Nations Cup, putting in a top-shelf performance.

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2021 – Selected for Fiji in the Steinleger Series against the All-Blacks, starting both games.

You can subscribe to Nadolo’s youtube channel where he vlogs about his family and life journey. Click here to see more

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