Nemani Nadolo
Nemani Nadolo

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Name: Nemani Nadolo
Occupation: Rugby Player
Gender: Male
Birth Day: January 31, 1988
Age: 34
Country: Fiji
Zodiac Sign: Aquarius

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Nemani Nadolo

Nemani Nadolo was born on January 31, 1988 in Fiji (34 years old). Nemani Nadolo is a Rugby Player, zodiac sign: Aquarius. Find out Nemani Nadolonet worth 2020, salary 2020 detail bellow.


He equaled the all-time record of scoring ten tries in consecutive matches during a qualification match for the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

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Before Fame

He attended Nudgee College and made his rugby union debut for Perth Spirit in 2007.

Biography Timeline


He attended Nudgee College, and was selected for the Queensland Schoolboys rugby team in 2005. He is the older brother of Chris Kuridrani and Inosi Nadolo, and a cousin of Tevita Kuridrani and Lote Tuqiri.


After featuring for Perth Spirit in the 2007 Australian Rugby Championship (as Ratu Siganiyavi), he headed east to play for Randwick in 2008. He hit the ground running for Randwick, scoring 13 tries in his first 7 matches. His club rugby season was punctuated by selection for the Australian Under 20 team for the 2008 IRB Junior World Championship, where he crossed 7 times in 5 matches to be the tournament's leading tryscorer.


Nasiganiyavi's size, style of play and Pacific Islander background drew him comparisons to Jonah Lomu when he signed for the Waratahs in 2008. He is documented to have a sprint time under 11 seconds over 100 metres. He played his first match for the Junior Waratahs on the 2008 Development Tour of Fiji less than 200 metres from his mother's village in Nadi. After changing his name to Nemani Nadolo in November 2009, he signed to play for Manly in the Shute Shield for 2010.


He changed his name to Nemani Nadolo later as an adult, adopting his mother's maiden name in 2009 instead of the surname of his father who had left the family home when he was young.


Nadolo made his Test debut in 2010 when selected in the 24-member Fiji team for a one-off match against Australia, followed by the 2010 IRB Pacific Nations Cup.


Nadolo signed with French Top 14 team Bourgoin-Jallieu for the 2010–11 season, but transferred to England's Exeter Chiefs in January 2011. Nadolo's brief time at Exeter was fairly troublesome. He was registered at Exeter under his Australian passport and was mistakenly picked alongside two other non-Kolpak players. This is a breach of IRB regulations and resulted in Exeter being docked two points and fined £5,000. Also while at Exeter he was arrested by police for drink driving. He was subsequently banned from driving for 18 months and fined £950. Nadolo was immediately released from his contract with the club.


In October 2013, Nadolo signed to play for Crusaders in the 2014 Super Rugby season. In March 2014, he made his Super Rugby debut off the bench against the Melbourne Rebels. He went on to play 14 Super Rugby games, including 12 starts, in his first season and was the equal top try scorer with Israel Folau, notching 12 tries. He scored a try in both the semi-final and final but it wasn't enough to win the Super Rugby title as his Crusaders team lost to his former team, the Waratahs, by 33–32.


In August 2014, Nadolo re-signed with the Crusaders for two more seasons.

In June 2014, he joined the Fiji for the one-off test against Italy. He was instrumental in that game playing at his preferred position of Inside centre scoring 13 points including a try. A week later in the 2014 IRB Pacific Nations Cup, he faced Tonga scoring 20 points including a try and kicking 6 conversion and a long-range penalty. A week later, against Samoa, he scored a try but it was not enough for a win as Fiji lost in a nail-biting encounter, 13–18. In his final game for Fiji in June in the 2015 Rugby World Cup – Oceania qualification match against Cook Islands. He scored a hat-trick of tries and in the process equalled the all-time record set by Christian Cullen and John Kirwan of scoring 10 tries in consecutive matches.


In November 2015, Nadolo signed a three-year deal with French Top 14 side, Montpellier. He will leave at the end of the 2020 Super Rugby season.

He returned for Fiji in 2015 and played on the wing against the Māori All Blacks in Suva but while scoring a try, he damaged his pectoral muscles which ruled him out for 6 weeks and the 2015 World Rugby Pacific Nations Cup. He was nevertheless included in the final 31-member squad for the 2015 Rugby World Cup. He returned to play for Fiji in a warm-up game against Canada on the left wing and though he didn't score a try, he kicked 5 conversions and 4 penalties with his boot ending the game with a 100% kicking percentage. He scored a try against England in the first match of the 2015 Rugby World Cup on 18 September 2015.


In March 2020 it was announced that Nadolo would be joining Premiership side Leicester Tigers for the 2020-21 season. Nadolo made his debut on 26 August 2020 at Welford Road in a match against London Irish, with Nadolo impressing in a 13-7 win.

Family Life

Nemani's brother, Chris Kuridrani, has played rugby for the Queensland Reds.

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Currently, Nemani Nadolo is 34 years, 11 months and 29 days old. Nemani Nadolo will celebrate 35th birthday on a Tuesday 31st of January 2023. Below we countdown to Nemani Nadolo upcoming birthday.


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