Aisea Tuilevu
Date of birth July 13 1972 (age 46)
Place of birth Sigatoka
Height 1.87 m
Weight 106 kg
Rugby union career
Position Wing
Super Rugby Caps (points)
2003-2004 Flag of New Zealand Highlanders 12 (45)
correct as of .
National team(s)    
1996 - 2004 Fiji 38 (150)
correct as of .
7's National teams
1990-2006 Fiji {{{ru_sevensnationalcomp}}}
correct as of .

Aisea Tuilevu (born 13 July, 1972 in Sigatoka) is a Fijian rugby union footballer. He has represented the national team on numerous occasions, including at the 2003 Rugby World Cup in Australia. He has also played for the Highlanders and Blues in the international Super 12 competition, as well as Otago, Waikato and North Harbour in the National Provincial Championship in New Zealand.

After playing for Fiji at the Hong Kong 7s, he went onto make his Test debut for Fiji against South Africa in 1996 in Pretoria. He established himself in Fiji's starting lineup and featured in the qualifying games for the 1999 Rugby World Cup in Wales. He next played for Fiji in July of 2003 and was then included in their 2003 Rugby World Cup squad, playing three games during the tournament. He has represented Fiji over 30 times. His usual position is on the wing.

Fiji Team Edit

  • Test debut: 1996 v South Africa in Pretoria
  • 19 caps 13 tries 65 pts (38 games 30 tries 150 pts)

External linkEdit

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