A former Dragons NRL player, Nabuli has bolted into the Wallabies squad in his debut Super Rugby season. A hulking winger, Nabuli has grown into his season with the Queensland Reds, scoring one try in 12 matches. The Fijian-born speedster has done enough to earn Wallabies contention.
Eto Nabuli grew up playing the 15-man code in Sigatoka, Fiji, but has played National Rugby League in Australia for the past three years – featuring in 13 games for the Dragons in 2015. An imposing figure standing at 197cm and weighing in at 108kg, Nabuli has experienced a rapid rise in his professional career. In 2013 he was named in the NSW Cup Team of the Year after scoring 29 tries in his first season. In 2014 he made his international rugby league debut for Fiji and starred for the Panthers in their 2014 NSW Cup Grand Final win over Newcastle. He then signed a one-year contract with the Dragons to play in the NRL in 2015 - scoring seven tries in his 13 games. He joined the Reds on a two-year contract ahead of the 2016 Super Rugby season.