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Sitaleki Timani

Tongan-born, Australian professional rugby union footballer who became referred to as a lock for the Waratahs and Wallabies. He performed soccer until getting released to rugby in senior high school. He made a decision to try to enjoy for Australia through the 2011 Rugby Globe Cup rather than his indigenous Tonga; he finished up not really making the group. He was created in 1986 in Kolonga, Tonga. His young sibling, Lopeti Timani, became no. 8 8 for the NSW Waratahs.

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