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Taulupe Faletau Biography
Tangaki Taulupe “Toby” Faletau (born 12 November 1990) is a Tongan-born professional rugby union player who represents Wales internationally. The back row forward played for Cross Keys RFC and Newport RFC before joining the Newport Gwent Dragons. As of the 2016/2017 season, Faletau plays for Bath Rugby. According to Astrologers, zodiac sign is Scorpio Back row forward who made his professional club debut on November 1, 2009 for the Newport Gwent Dragons.
Faletau was born in Tofoa, Tonga, to Tongan international Kuli Faletau, who represented Tonga at the 1999 Rugby World Cup. Kuli moved to Wales in 1997 to join Ebbw Vale. Taulupe attended Pontygof Primary School until 1999 and then Pontnewynydd Primary School until July 2002, then attended Trevethin Community School, then attended Filton College (now part of South Gloucestershire and Stroud College) as part of the college’s successful rugby academy and received player of the year during his time at the college.His father, Kuli Faletau, was also a successful rugby player.
On 22 December 2009, he was named in the Wales under-20 Squad for the 2010 Under-20 Six Nations tournament. In May 2010, he was selected for the Wales Under 20 Squad for the Junior World Cup in Argentina in June 2010.
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Taulupe Faletau Net Worth
Taulupe Faletau is one of the richest Rugby Player & listed on most popular Rugby Player. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Taulupe Faletau net worth is approximately $1 Million - $3 Million.
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Faletau made his debut for the Newport Gwent Dragons senior team, on 1 November 2009, versus Edinburgh.
He was first called up to the Wales senior squad on 1 November 2010 following the withdrawal of Ryan Jones and Rob McCusker. In January 2011, he was included in the Wales squad for the 2011 Six Nations Championship. He made his full international debut for Wales versus the Barbarians on 4 June 2011.
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In August 2011, he was named in the Wales squad for the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand. On 11 September 2011, he made his World Cup debut for Wales against South Africa, scoring his first international try in the second half, adding another in the game against Namibia. He finished the tournament as the top tackler and ball carrier, the first time a single player has ever topped both tables. He was the only player to start all seven of Wales’ games.
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He then appeared in all five matches of Wales’ Grand Slam-winning 2012 Six Nations Championship campaign, excelling throughout the championship and making many pundits’ team of the tournament.
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Ranked on the list of most popular Rugby Player. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Tonga. Taulupe Faletau celebrates birthday on November 12 of every year.
In May 2012, Faletau was announced in the Wales squad for the three test series against Australia, but he had to withdraw from the squad after suffering a broken hand in the first test in Brisbane.
Faletau continued to represent Wales in the November 2013 Autumn Series, scoring his third test try against Argentina in a man of the match performance.
In April 2013, Faletau was named in the squad for the 2013 British and Irish Lions tour to Australia. After failing to feature in the first two tests, Faletau was named at number 8 in the final test ahead of Jamie Heaslip. The Welshman was impressive, as the Lions beat Australia 41–16 securing their first test series win since 1997. During the same summer, it was announced that Faletau had signed a new three-year deal to remain at the Dragons region until 2016.
Faletau also played all five games in Wales’ 2013 Six Nations Championship victory, including the 30–3 win over England in the final match.You may read full biography about Taulupe Faletau from Wikipedia.