|Full name||Sailosi Tagicakibau|
|Date of birth||14 November 1982|
|Place of birth||Auckland, New Zealand|
|Height||1.94 m (6 ft 4 1⁄2 in)|
|Weight||114 kg (251 lb; 17 st 13 lb)|
|School||Wesley College, Auckland|
|Notable relative(s)||Michael Tagicakibau (brother)|
|Rugby union career|
He spent the majority of his career with English Premiership side London Irish, making in excess of 150 appearances. He played international rugby for Samoa, achieving 21 caps. By contrast, his brother, Scarlets player Michael, has played for Fiji.
He is the eldest of five children, his brother Michael also plays professional rugby.
Prior to competing in professional rugby, he attended Papakura High School and Wesley College rugby schools in New Zealand. He played in Auckland Tailevu sevens team, coached by his father.
After college, he joined the Taranaki club and came under the guidance of the great All Black Kieran Crowley. He appeared in every National Provincial Championship match during his first season, scoring six tries and was subsequently invited to join the Chiefs for whom he played in eight Super 12 games.
After nine years at London Irish, Tagicakibau was loaned out to South African Super Rugby side the Stormers 2014 Super Rugby season. After he left London Irish, Sailosi signed for Premiership rivals Wasps from the 2014-15 season. In September 2016 Wasps announced that Tagicakibau had left the club, after they had released him from his contract, at his request, for family reasons.
Sailosi made his debut for the Samoa Sevens national team in 2003, making several appearances and becoming a team staple. Later that year he was selected as part of the Samoa World Cup squad, where he scored tries against Georgia and Uruguay. He has since represented Samoa at the 2007 World Cup held in France and at the 2011 World Cup hosted in his home country of New Zealand. In addition, he has played for Samoa in the Pacific Nations Cup against Fiji, Tonga and Japan, as well as a number of friendlies.
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