Super Rugby

Height: 197cm
Weight: 114kg
Born: 24/08/1988
Place of Birth: Sigatoka, Fiji
Senior Club: GPS
School: Nadroga Navosa Provincial High School

Representative Honours
Queensland (2016-)
Queensland Country NRC (2016)

Playing History

Representative Caps Points Debut
NRC: Queensland Country 2 - 2016 v UC Vikings, Bond University
Queensland 28 45 (9T) 2016 v Waratahs, Sydney Football Stadium
Super Rugby 28 45 (9T) 2016 v Waratahs, Sydney Football Stadium
Test Rugby 1 - 2017 v Scotland, Sydney Football Stadium

Player Bio

Eto Nabuli is an imposing figure standing at 197cm and weighing 108kg.

Although he grew up in Fiji playing the 15-man code, Nabuli’s road to the Reds came via the NRL

He experienced a rapid rise in his professional career after being spotted by former NRL stars Andrew Johns and Brad Fittler while working as a porter in a Fijian hotel.

He moved to Australia to pursue his dreams and 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 13 games.

Nabuli joined the Reds ahead of the 2016 Super Rugby season.

A breakout season for the rangy winger, who owned the Number 11 jersey for the Reds and was the side’s leading try scorer – earning him a Wallabies call up in June, when he made his Test debut against Scotland.
Made his Reds debut against the Waratahs at the Sydney Football Stadium in Round 1. Represented Queensland Country in the National Rugby Championship. Trained with the Wallabies in their pre-June Test window training camp.
Signed two-year contract with the Reds, joining them for pre-season training following the conclusion of the NRL season.

Updated 19/06/2017