Naiyaravoro will return to the Wallabies squad after a season with Glasgow in the Pro12. The enormous winger has re-signed with the NSW Waratahs from the 2017 season onwards, with the ability to play in the franchise’s final three matches after the Test break. UNtil then, his focus will be on adding Tests to his debut cap in Chicago last year.
Naiyaravoro was born in the remote Yasawa archipelago in Fiji. He was schooled at Cuvu College and Suva Grammar School in Fiji where he was part of the rugby union and track teams.
In 2016 he was named to re-join the Wallabies for the three Test series against England. The Fijian-born winger came off the bench at the 68 minute mark during the third and final Test against England, crossing for his second try in as
many Test matches after the final siren in front of a record crowd at Allianz Stadium in Sydney.
Big T has become a crowd favourite with the Waratahs and is certain to be a Rams favourite as well.