|Position||Scrum Half | Hooker|
Tommy began his Rugby League career with the NRL side New Zealand Warriors in 2003, during the same period he played for the junior Kiwis and was the youngest player to ever play for the club.
The young scrum half had immense competition for a place in the first team, with the likes of Stacey Jones and Lance Hohaia standing in his way. Leuluai managed a respectable 21 appearances despite having to fight for a place amongst such talented internationals.
The kiwi swapped NRL for Super League in 2004 when he signed for the London Broncos. Between 2004-2005 Tommy was plagued by injury including a broken ankle. Despite the injuries he racked up 37 appearances-scoring 19 tries in all.
The Kiwi moved north to join the Wigan Warriors in 2006n and made his debut in the 16-10 defeat to Warrington at the JJB in 2007.
Tommy was influential in securing Wigan’s first Grand Final win since 1998 when the Warriors went all the way in 2010.
Leuluai has scored 41 tries for Wigan to date, with a total of 131 appearances.
The Scrum Half is a danger both attacking and in his defensive abilities. Tommy is the youngest player to ever play for New Zealand aged just 18.
He was a World Cup Winner in 2008 and a Four Nations Winner in 2010.
Tommy’s kicking game from attacking positions is one of the most threatening in the Super League.