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Jason Taumalolo

Facts of Jason Taumalolo

Date of Birth: 1993 , May-31
Birth Nation: New Zealand
Height: 6 Feet 3 Inch

Quick Timeline of Jason Taumalolo

1993 Born in Auckland, New Zealand
1997 Began Playing Rugby
2010 Made professional debut with Cowboys NYC team
2014 Won the Auckland Nines
2015 Won the NRL Grand Final
2017 Re-signed Cowboys

Detail Timeline of Jason Taumalolo

May 31 , 1993

Born in Auckland, New Zealand

Vaai Jason Taumalolo is a New Zealander professional rugby league footballer who is best known for winning the Daily M Medal and Rugby League Players Association (RLPA) player of the year. He was born on May 31, 1993, in Auckland, New Zealand. 


Began Playing Rugby

Talented Jason began his rugby in the year of 1997 when he was just age of four. On that point, he joined the team, Papakura Sea Eagles where he played several games. Later, he attended the De La Salle College and played rugby along with his older brother, Warner


Made professional debut with Cowboys NYC team

Jason Taumalolo is one of the prominent players of the current time. He made his professional rugby debut with Cowboys NYC team, North Queensland in the year of 2010. Since then he has been serving for it. 


Won the Auckland Nines

Jason won the title of Auckland Nines in the year of 2014. In that respect, he played 25 matches and scored 6 tries where cowboys finished in 5th. Similarly, Tonga International capped him for being the best player of 2014. 


Won the NRL Grand Final

Young and Handsome rugby player Jason led his team to win the NRL Grand Final in the year of 2015. Likewise, a year later his team became a winner of World Club Challenge. Besides, Dally M Medal named him as the joint winner. 


Re-signed Cowboys

Jason re-signed with the team Cowboys NYC team, North Queensland in 2017 for the 10 more years. The deal is the longest in NRL history, surpassing Daly Cherry-Evans 8-year contract with the Manly Sea Eagles. 


Jason Taumalolo began playing rugby at the age of four. Firstly, he played for the Papakura Sea Eagles before joining the De La Salle College team along with his older brother, Warner. Afterward, Jason attended Kirwan State High School and played for the team Kirwan Bears and Townsville Brothers.

Talented Taumalolo started his professional rugby career with Cowboys NYC team, North Queensland. Since that time, he has been serving it and has led the team to several titles such as 2016 World Club Challenge, 2015 NRL (National Rugby League) Grand Final, and 2014 Auckland Nines. Similarly, he also won several individual titles like Dally M Medal, RLPA Player of the year, Dally M Lock of the Year, NYC Team of the Year, etc.

Currently; Jason re-signed with the North Queensland for 10 years and will be serving it until the end of 2027 seasons.

Reviewing his personal life, Jason is not married. He has kept his personal bio quite and tide. A young footballer seems focused on his career rather than being engaged in a love affair. Many fans especially female want to know about his personal information. However, he has not been bruited to involve in any kind of relationships and seems to be happy with his folk.

Jason earns a big chunk of money from his rugby career. As of 2017, his net worth is unrevealed. However, as per the recent contract with North Queensland, he is estimated to be paid around $10 million.