Thomas Leuluai

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Player Details

Position Scrum Half | Hooker
Club Wigan Warriors
Squad Number 7

Recent Games Played

13/03/2020 Super League Salford 18 - 14 Wigan
08/03/2020 Super League Wigan 30 - 16 Hull KR
01/03/2020 Super League Huddersfield 10 - 42 Wigan
23/02/2020 Super League Wigan 26 - 12 Hull FC
13/02/2020 Super League Wigan 32 - 10 Toronto


Height: 5ft 9in Leuluai started his career in the southern hemisphere, representing the New Zealand Warriors in 2003, becoming the youngest player to ever represent the club at the time. He struggled to cement his place amongst fierce competition from full internationals, so moved to the London Broncos in 2004. His time in the capital was plagued by injuries, meaning his contract wasn’t extended in 2006, leaving the scrum-half to sign for Wigan Warriors. Leuluai became an integral part of the Wigan side, also consistently earning call ups to the New Zealand national team. Wigan won their first Super League title for 12 years in 2010, spearheaded by Leuluai, who put in a man of the match display in the victory over St. Helens. His stellar form throughout his time at Wigan attracted interest from his old side, the New Zealand Warriors, who he re-joined in 2013. Leuluai returned to Wigan in 2017 and helped them win the World Club Challenge.
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30/01/202019:45Super LeagueWigan Warriors16 - 10Warrington Wolves
07/02/202019:45Super LeagueCastleford Tigers16 - 12Wigan Warriors
13/02/202019:45Super LeagueWigan Warriors32 - 10Toronto Wolfpack
23/02/202015:00Super LeagueWigan Warriors26 - 12Hull FC
01/03/202015:00Super LeagueHuddersfield Giants10 - 42Wigan Warriors
08/03/202015:00Super LeagueWigan Warriors30 - 16Hull KR
13/03/202019:45Super LeagueSalford Red Devils18 - 14Wigan Warriors