Henry Suluvale

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Henry Suluvale is a former rugby league player who represented Western Samoan at the 1995 Rugby League World Cup and also the 1995 world sevens. Suluvale played on the Wing or in the Centres.

Early years[edit]

Suluvale grew up in Christchurch, New Zealand and attended Burnside High School.

Henry now runs a driving school in Queensland.[citation needed]

Playing career[edit]

Suluvale played 22 games for the Canterbury Country Cardinals in the 1994 Lion Red Cup, scoring 18 tries. He also toured New Zealand and Fiji with Western Samoa in 1994 and represented Canterbury in their Rugby League Cup defence.[1][2]

Suluvale joined the Sydney City Roosters in 1995,and played mostly reserve grade before signing for Super League.


In 1996 he signed with the Hunter Mariners before the Superleague war ended the clubs season before it began.[3] He instead moved to the Gold Coast, spending two years with the Gold Coast Chargers and playing 19 first grade games.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lion Red Rugby League Annual 1994, New Zealand Rugby Football League, 1994. p.50
  2. ^ Lion Red Rugby League Annual 1994, New Zealand Rugby Football League, 1994. p.187
  3. ^ Hunter Mariners 1908.com

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