|Date of birth||6 September 1990|
|Debut||Gold Coast, Australia (October 2011)|
Born: Auckland, New Zealand
Hometown: Brisbane, Queensland
Pama Fou represented Queensland and made the Australian Institute of Sport squad in volleyball as a teenager before a persistent shoulder injury forced him to quit the sport aged 19.
Two years later, coach Michael O'Connor plucked Pama from Brisbane rugby club Souths. Pama has played on the Sevens World Series circuit 14 times since making his debut on the Gold Coast in 2011 and has been likened as the Sevens version of Wallaby superstar Israel Folau.
Despite missing the 2013/14 HSBC Sevens World Series with injury, Pama was named in the 2014 Commonwealth Games squad and memorably scored the winning try in the come-from-behind win over Wales in the Cup Quarter-Finals.
Representative Honours: Commonwealth Games (2014)
SWS Career Points: 410 (80T, 5C)
2015-16 SWS Points: 50 (10T)