Hamiso Tabuai (Rugby Player) Religion, Ethnicity, and Nationality

Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow, well known by his nickname “Hammer,” is a rugby league player from Samoa who competes internationally.

As a fullback for the Dolphins, he competes in the National Rugby League (NRL). In the past, he had been a member of the North Queensland Cowboys team that competed in the National Rugby League.

In the series of matches known as the State of Origin, he competed for Queensland at the representative level. The signing of the Samoan World Cup prospect Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow from the North Queensland Cowboys by the Dolphins is a big statement of intent that the team has made.

The Cowboys utility back, who is 21 years old and made his NRL debut in the year 2020, has scored 21 tries in 50 matches since he first appeared in the league. Tabuai-Fidow made his first appearance for the Queensland State of Origin team when he was only 19 years old.

Now, as people are so interested in his nationality, religion, and ethnicity we are here to provide you with all the information so let us stick with this article and learn more about him.

Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow Rugby Player’s Nationality, Ethnicity, and Religious Background

Samoan is Hamiso’s father and Torres Strait Islander is his mother who gave birth to him in Queensland and his nationalities are Samoan and Torres Strait Islander. After having played for the Indigenous All-Stars, he was chosen to be a part of the Samoa team that would compete in the World Cup.

So, Tabuai-Fidow is of Samoan traditions; he was born and raised in the city of Cairns, which is located in the state of Queensland; he was a member of the Cairns Kangaroos junior rugby league team.

His junior Australian rules football performance was so impressive that the Gold Coast Sun invited him to join their development academy when he was still a teenager.

However, he decided to accept a scholarship to play rugby union for Brisbane Grammar School rather than continue playing the game.

Before joining the North Queensland Cowboys in 2017, Hamiso was a part of the Queensland Reds development team while he was living in Brisbane. 

Besides this, as a student, he completed his secondary school at Kirwan State High School in Townsville.

Tabuai-Fidow scored five tries while competing for the Northern Pride’s Mal Meninga Cup team in 2018 and the team played a total of seven games.

Hamiso’s Career Life

In 2019, he changed his life and moved to Townsville, where he became a member of the North Queensland under-20 squad and played for the Townsville Blackhawks of the Mal Meninga Cup.

He scored 13 tries for the side over the course of six games. Following the conclusion of the Mal Meninga Cup competition, the Queensland under-18 squad defeated the New South Wales under-18 team, and he began the game as a fullback for Queensland.

Despite his young age, Hamiso has already participated in fifty games for the National Rugby League (NRL), is a member of the State of Origin team, and is about to be selected to play for Samoa in the World Cup.

Tabuai-Fidow has reached an agreement with the 2023 Campaign on a two-year contract in order to take over for Wayne Bennett as the starting fullback for the Dolphins.

The versatile athlete from Cairns, who can play fullback, wing, and center positions, will provide Wayne Bennett’s team with a lot of choices in the positions they can take.

Tabuai-Fidow was a member of the North Queensland Cowboys squad that won the NRL Nines in 2020, and he was also tied for the lead in the competition in terms of the number of tries scored. In 2020, he was invited to join the NRL team.

Tabuai-Fidow played against the New Zealand Warriors in Round 5 of the 2020 NRL season, which was his first game in the league. In the game, which the Warriors won 26-37, Tabuai-Fidow assisted in two tries.

In Round 7, against the Newcastle Knights, Hamiso scored his first try in the National Rugby League. The Bulldogs won 32-20. During the first year of his career, Tabuai-Fidow participated in 14 games and scored six tries for the team. On October 3rd, he was awarded the title of Rookie of the Year by the North Queensland club.

In the first game of the 2023 NRL season, Tabuai-Fidow scored the Dolphins’ first try. The next week, he scored two more tries as the Dolphins won. However, Canberra lost by a score of 20–14.

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