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Examples of "schwalger"
Schwalger moved to New Zealand after being born in Apia. He is the nephew of Samoa international Mahonri Schwalger.
In April 2009, Schwalger was on trial with a secret Greek Super League side.
He played for the Chiefs in the 2012 Super Rugby, joining national teammate Mahonri Schwalger.
John Schwalger (born 28 September 1983 in Apia, Samoa) is a New Zealand rugby union footballer and plays at prop.
After the 2011 Rugby World Cup, Schwalger agreed to sign a deal with French rugby club SU Agen.
Schwalger is the surname shared by Samoan rugby union-playing relatives John and Mahonri. John is the nephew of Mahonri. For more information see:
In July 2012, Schwalger signed with Counties Manukau for the 2012 ITM Cup domestic competition in New Zealand for two seasons.
After two more seasons with Wellington, Schwalger was selected to the Hurricanes for the 2007 Super 14 season. For the Hurricanes, he made 9 appearances including one start.
After the Highlanders signing of Andrew Hore, Schwalger was surplus to requirements and signed with the Chiefs for the 2012 season.
Pasi Schwalger (born 16 October 1982) is a Samoan football player. He is a goalkeeper, last playing for Werribee City FC. However, in December 2009 he began training with suburban Melbourne Australian rules football club Heidelberg Football Club. On 20 March 2010 Schwalger suffered an ACL injury sidelining him for the year. In 2014 he played in an Essendon District Football League (EDFL) Premiership with Division 1 club, West Coburg.
The appointment of Stephen Schwalger (CEO 1994-1997), who had been a member of AIMIA's first national board, gave AIMIA the everyday horsepower it needed to develop appropriate foundations for the New Media industry in Australia.
Born in Samoa, Schwalger moved to New Zealand in his youth and attended Waitakere College in Auckland. He made his provincial debut in 1999 for Hawke's Bay against Waikato, and went on to play 44 matches for the province.
Mitchell was selected to the Highlanders squad for the 2011 Super Rugby season, where he served as the team's 3rd choice hooker behind Jason Rutledge and Mahonri Schwalger and made 4 substitute appearances.
After a solid performance with Taranaki, Schwalger earned a Super Rugby contract with the Highlanders, where he previously played in 2005. He made 12 appearances including 5 starts over the course of the 2011 season.
Taumalolo is married and has two children. His nephew Ben Tameifuna is also a prop for Chiefs. In July 2012, with hooker Mahonri Schwalger from Samoa, the two props combined for 60 minutes to help the Chiefs beat the Crusaders 20–17, at Waikato Stadium in Hamilton.
Mahonri Schwalger (born 15 September 1978) is a Samoan professional rugby union footballer who plays in New Zealand for the Chiefs in the Super Rugby competition and for Counties Manukau in the National Provincial Championship. He captained the Samoan national team at the 2011 Rugby World Cup.
Richard Heale was the first AIMIA President, a position he held for the first two years of the organizations life. Paul Campbell of ICE Media in Brisbane was elected Treasurer and John Caitlin of Applied Learning in Sydney its Vice-President, other board members included Stephen Schwalger, Marius Coomans & Kevin Karp.
In 1994 the AIMIA board gained funding from the Department of Industry and Technology to appoint the organizations first permanent national CEO and subsequently state based officers. Interviews were conducted in Sydney & Melbourne, by federal government and AIMIA officials, and from a strong list of candidates Stephen Schwalger was appointed.
In July 2012, with hooker Mahonri Schwalger from Samoa, the two props combined for 60 minutes to help the Chiefs beat the Crusaders 20–17, at Waikato Stadium in Hamilton. When Tameifuna signed to play in France, Taumalolo was already playing there, for FC Grenoble.
Schwalger moved to Wellington for the 2004 provincial season, and his solid showing for the Lions saw him drafted to the Highlanders for the 2005 Super 12 season. He made 5 appearances for the Highlanders, serving as backup at hooker to All Black Anton Oliver.