Samoa women's national rugby league team

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Samoa
Badge of Samoa team
Team information
Nickname Fetū Samoa
Governing body Rugby League Samoa
Region Oceania
Head coach Frank (Sefo) Fuimaono
Captain Maitua Feterika
Uniforms
First colours
Team results
World Cup
Appearances 2

The Samoa women's national rugby league team, also known as the Fetū Samoa (means Samoa Stars), represents Samoa in Women's rugby league. They are administered by the Rugby League Samoa.[1]

History[edit]

Early Years

Fetu Samoa has made appearances at the 2005 and 2008 Women's Rugby League World Cup's.

2011

Samoa's last known international Test Match was against the Jillaroo's in Apia, Samoa in late 2011. Samoa lost to Australia 42 - 14.[2][3]

Players[edit]

2011 Squad[edit]

Fetu Samoa squad that played in a test match against the Jillaroo's on 1 September, 2011 in Apia, Samoa:[4]

2008 World Cup Squad[edit]

The tournament was held in Australia from 26 October, culminating in the final between Australia and New Zealand on 22 November. It was held at Stockland Park alongside the Police World Cup. Eight teams took part including defending champions New Zealand.

1. Marie Leota 2. Esther Fuaivaa 3. Jean Oti 4. Maryann Collins 5. Mele Leuluaiali'i 6. Ake Pereira 7. Kally Leota 8. Tolupene (Neta) Peau (Vice Captain) 9. Maryanne Hemara 10. Iriana Huriwai-Sasulu 11. Sera Clayton (Captain) 12. Theresa Malaitai 13. Rachael Efaraimo 14. Tunufa'i Poulava 15. Serena Curtis-Lemuelu 16. Laine Faapito 17. Fuarosa Time 18. Poto Lemalu-Tuisamoa 19. Maima Tiatia 20. 21. Mate Lefale 22. Justine Lavea 23. Tatiana Tafatu Coach: Tavita Solomona Manager: Jo Toleafoa Trainer / Secretary: May Afoa-Peterson Executive: Sally Va'afusuaga Tour Manager: Tagaloa Fouina Su'a Samoan Official: Unasa Lautofa

Coaches[edit]

2008 Tavita Solomona 2011 Frank Fuimaono 2018 Frank Fuimaono

Records[edit]

Team[edit]

Individual[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://rugbyleaguesamoa.com/rls-teams/fetu-samoa
  2. ^ rugbyleaguesamoa.com (16 May 2013). "Fetu Samoa: 2011 - 2012". Retrieved 4 May 2015.
  3. ^ radionz.co.nz (5 September 2011). "Sport: Fetu Samoa well beaten in Apia". Retrieved 4 May 2015.
  4. ^ sportingpulse.com (1 September 2011). "Fetu Samoa Team". Retrieved 4 May 2015.

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