Tuaalagi Lepupa is a Samoan rugby football international who has represented his country in both rugby league, and rugby sevens, most notably at the 2008 Rugby League World Cup. Lepupa plays at lock or hooker.
From the Marist Saints club in Samoa, Lepupua was named in the 2008 World Cup squad for Samoa. Lepupua was, along with Saints teammate Tupu Ulufale, one of only two domestic players named in the squad. Lepupua was named the Marist Saints Forward of the Year in 2008.
In 2009 Lepupa played in matches for the national side against PNG, and British Amateur Rugby League Association. He was also part of the Samoan residents side that played a match against the New Zealand Residents in Auckland to raise funds for victims of the 2009 Samoa earthquake and tsunami.
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