Glen Fisiiahi

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Glen Fisiiahi
Fish, The Flying Fish, Sticks
Date of Birth
Place of Birth
Auckland, New Zealand
94 kg
New Zealand
Current Status
Playing Super Rugby for Waikato Chiefs
Status Link
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Forum Nickname(s)
Warriors Debut (Date and Match Details)
March 12, 2011 (Vrs Parramatta Eels)
Junior Club
Ellerslie Eagles, Auckland
Signed From
Junior Warriors
Fullback, Winger, Centre
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From a well-known Auckland rugby league family, Glen Fisiiahi was given a brief taste of NYC football in 2009, making three appearances in the squad. In 2010, Fisiiahi became a first-choice player for the Vodafone Junior Warriors, scoring 20 tries in 26 matches in the team’s memorable championship season. The following year Glen was upgraded to a full NRL contract and he earned his spot in the round one starting line-up after an outstanding preseason. Injury kept him out of the next two games but he returned with a two-try player of the day display in the club's first win of the season against Cronulla in Taupo.

After only four appearances in 2012, the 2013 season was a challenging one for Fisiiahi. After mourning the loss of his sister he had his season cut short by a pectoral injury in July. He was able to get back to health in time to represent Tonga at the 2013 World Cup. The ‘Flying Fish' is a product of Wesley College where he was the school's sports dux in 2008.

Completed a Diploma in Sport and Recreation at AUT University.
  • 2009 - Juniors Warriors
  • 2010 - Toyota Cup Grand Final Champions
  • 2010 - Junior Kiwis
  • 2011 - Toyota Cup Grand Final Champions
  • 2011 - Warriors/NRL debut in Rnd 1
  • 2013 - Mate Ma'a Tonga
  • 2015 - Waikato Chiefs


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