Super Rugby


Height: 185cm
Weight: 117kg
Born: 05/03/1991
Place of Birth: Auckland, NZ
Senior Club: University of Queensland
School: Shailer Park State High School

Representative Honours
ARU National Academy (2012)
Reds A (2013-2014)
Brisbane City NRC (2014)
Queensland (2015-)
Queensland Country NRC (2015-2016)
Wallaby XV (2016)



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Playing History

Representative Caps Points Debut
NRC 23 21 (4T) 2014 v Melbourne Rising, Ballymore (Brisbane City)
Queensland 32 - 2015 v Brumbies, Canberra
Super Rugby 32 - 2015 v Brumbies, Canberra
Test Rugby - - -

Player Bio

Born in Auckland, Sef Fa’agase moved to Logan, south of Brisbane, in 1994 with his family. He first discovered his love of Rugby with the Beaudesert Warriors Junior Rugby club, travelling to the regional town each Saturday to play.

It wasn’t until 2011 that he started on the path to the Reds, following an invitation from former Reds coach Phil Mooney to join Wests for pre-season training in their Premier grade program.

He signed with the Reds following promising showings in the 2014 National Rugby Championship and the 2015 Super Rugby season.

Fa’agase tragically lost his mother to cancer in late 2012, but credits her battle with the disease as his inspiration for continuing to work hard and chase his dreams of being a professional Rugby player.



2017
Continued to develop as a young loosehead prop, adding a further nine Queensland caps to his name, despite missing four rounds due to a calf injury.
2016
Featured in all 15 of the Reds’ Super Rugby matches. Represented Queensland Country in the NRC. Selected to represent the Wallaby XV against the French Barbarians in Bordeaux.
2015
Made his Super Rugby debut from the bench in Round 1 and went on to play eight games as a reserve loosehead prop. Fa’agase joined Queensland Country for the second edition of the National Rugby Championship, featuring in all eight games and scoring three tries.
2014
Twice named in the Reds match-day 23 and was unlucky not to make his debut. Starting loosehead prop for majority of Brisbane City’s National Rugby Championship title-winning campaign.


Updated 19/06/2017