Tyrell Lomax

RAW TALENT Tyrel Lomax grew up playing rugby league in Australia, before making the switch to rugby union. The 22-year-old prop played his first year of Investec Super Rugby for the Melbourne Rebels in 2017, before negotiating an early release from his contract to move back to New Zealand. He played for the Tasman Mako in that year’s Mitre 10 Cup season and after a solid debut season he was selected as one of 10 new caps named in the Maori All Blacks for their two-match end of season tour to Canada and France. Lomax joined the Highlanders for the 2018 Investec Super Rugby season and went on to make 15 appearances for the club, scoring two tries and continuing to develop his game and make the most of his opportunities. 

Before heading home to New Zealand, Lomax played for Australian schoolboys in 2014, earning his selection for the Australian U20 side the following year. His father is former Kiwis and Canberra Raiders rugby league prop John Lomax.

1.92m, 127kg
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