Fiao’o Faamausili

Regarded as one of the world’s leading hookers and most successful Captains, Fiao’o Faamausili has been an integral part of the Auckland side that has dominated the Women’s Provincial Championship for a long time, with over 90 appearances for the Storm.

A seasoned physical force in the forward pack, police detective Faamausili is one of the Black Ferns’ most experienced and reliable players. She has captained the Black Ferns since 2012 and led the side again at the 2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup - her fourth World Cup campaign.

She captained the team again during the 2017 International Women’s Rugby Series.

Faamausili has chalked up many awards including NZ women’s rugby player of the year, Auckland Storm Player of the year, Samoan sports women of the year and NZ Police Sportsperson of the year. She was also named one of the New Zealand Rugby Almanack’s Player of the Year in 2016.

Favourite rugby ground Eden Park
Favourite rugby player and why... "Michael Jones and Christian Cullen - Men Davida White and Adrian Lilii - women"
Earliest or best rugby memory... Tackling Davida white in Club rugby. winning the 2010 world Cup against England in England.
Biggest influence on your rugby and why... My Dad...He has the biggest heart and loved rugby
Last song you had on repeat... Kingston town - UB40
Sporting hero... My brother Tavita Faamausili and Michael Jones
If you could meet one person, who would it be and why...Jason Momoa, Roman Reigns and the ROCK.. They are very Hot :)
"I hate it when..."  People are rude and have no manners
"If I wasn’t a rugby player, I would be..." a mother with 5+ kids :)

1.63m; 75kg
Test Debut:
2002 v Australia
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