Allan Fa'alava'au
Position Utility
Date of birth 15 November 1993
Height 169cm
Weight 88kg
Debut Las Vegas, USA (February 2012)
Caps 28

Biography

Born: Auckland, New Zealand
Hometown: Melbourne, Victoria

A butcher by trade and a talented musician Allan Fa’alava’au is a former Australian Schools representative and played alongside Cameron Clark and Sean McMahon. Fa'alava’au continued to add to his impressive resume in 2012 when he was named to the Australian Under 20s side for the Junior World Championship in South Africa. 

He was joined by Sevens teammates Lewis Holland, Con Foley, Tom Cusack and McMahon again as members of the Australian U20s side. 

Allan was granted Australian citizenship in November 2014 and was a member of the squad that reached the quarter-finals at the Rio 2016 Olympics.


Representative Honours: Australian Schoolboys (2011), Australia U20s (2012), Rio Olympics (2016)

SWS Career Points:
257 (43T, 21C)

2015-16 SWS Points: 55 (11T)

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