Synonyms for afoa or Related words with afoa
Examples of "afoa"
raced at the 2016 Oceania Swimming Championships.
is a surname. People with this surname include:
Ioane Fitu "John"
(born ) is a New Zealand professional Rugby union player. His position of choice is at prop.
currently plays for Gloucester in the Aviva Premiership.
was experimented to be used at hooker. The same year against Wales,
scored his first test try showing some great running for a Prop for a 30m Try.
was born in 1998 in Wellington, New Zealand. She attended Brisbane State High School.
was the Junior Warrior's player of the year, while Ata Hingano was the rookie of the year.
played for Auckland between 2002 and 2011. He played for Ulster in the RaboDirect Pro 12
represented Samoa at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships, competing in the 50m and 100 metre backstroke events.
In both 2003 and 2004,
was part of the New Zealand Under 21 Rugby World Championship team. The New Zealanders won the tournament both years. In 2003
was one of four kiwis named in the IRB's team of the tournament.
From 2014 to 2016,
played for the New Zealand Warriors' NYC team. In May 2015, he was selected as 18th man for the Junior Kiwis side to play the Junior Kangaroos.
played in his 50th Holden Cup match in 2015 and was named the Junior Warriors player of the year at the end of the season.
(born 13 September 1998) is a Samoan swimmer, who represented Samoa at the 2016 Summer Olympics. She holds several Samoan records in swimming.
played for the Blues and made his debut in 2004 against the Brumbies. He made 101 appearances with the team between 2004 and 2011.
(born 1986 in Auckland) is a New Zealand tenor and former New Zealand age grade rugby player of Samoan and Croatian heritage.
At the 2014 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m),
competed in the 50m freestyle, the 50m and 100m backstroke, and the 50 metre butterfly.
was a student at Auckland's Papakura High School, then St. Kentigern College, where he played first XV rugby alongside fellow All Blacks Joe Rokocoko and Jerome Kaino.
The All Black coaches named a completely different squad than their team that played against Wales with loose forward Sione Lauaki and prop John
making their debuts.
was selected in the initial squad for the Tri Nations earlier in the year but had to wait until the 2005 end-of-year tour before he got on the field. Richie McCaw was named captain while regular captain Tana Umaga was rested. They also named five forward replacements and only two back replacements.
American Samoa's Togiola Tulafono sought re-election in 2008 with Lieutenant Governor Ipulasi Aitofele Sunia. He won his first term 55.7% to 44.3% in the 2004 run-off against
Moega Lutu. Tulafono was again challenged by
Moega Lutu and Velega Savali, who ran as a nonpartisan team for governor and lieutenant governor respectively. Utu Abe Malae and Tuika Tuika also ran to become the next Governor on separate, nonpartisan tickets. Tulafono won in a close vote that split three ways.
Notable players included Ken McIntosh, Brian McClennan, 1994 captain Duane Mann, Fa'ausu
, Paul Rauhihi, 1995 captain Don Stewart, Mike Setefano, Paki Tuimavave, Tony Tatupu, Latham Tawhai and Joe Vagana.
(born 20 August 1996) is a New Zealand professional rugby league footballer who currently plays for the New Zealand Warriors in the National Rugby League. He plays at prop and second-row.
Probables: Dave Murray, Vae
, Vila Matautia, Jason Gilbert, Whetu Taewa, Mark Nixon, Darryl Beazley, Paul Johnson, Syd Eru, George Mann, Mark Faumuina, Gary Mercer, Jason Mackie.Bench: Maea David, Logan Edwards, Ken McIntosh, George Perham.
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