Team Name: Niue

World Ranking: 34

2018 Rugby League Emerging Nations World Championship Result: 2nd


Niue Rugby League would like to say an enormous thanks for this opportunity to join the 2018 Rugby League Emerging Nations World Championship.

It’s with great pride that we carry the name of our motherland Niue. Our representation, here in Sydney is symbolic of the growing number of Niue people settling and calling Australia a home, away from home.

We’re excited to see that, not only, will our players exemplify who they are, they will also be building a future and strengthening ties, by promoting a focus on the importance of youth development in Rugby League from Australia, New Zealand & Niue Island.

Fakaaue Lahi.


Tristan Alvarado (Mascot)
Kurt Bernard (Glenora)
Mike Filimona (Asquith)
Hendrix Folau (Mascot)
Aziah Ikitule (Howick Hornets)
Tuki Jackson (Asquith)
Andrew Kapinga (Campbelltown City)
Audrey Kaufisi (Tamavaiava, Niue)
Henry Lealuga-Pohotau (Wests Tigers)
George Lolo (Mascot)
Wesley Lolo (Newtown)
Zebastian Luisi (Denman)
Ethan Mokoia (Ryde-Eastwood)
Edmond Paea (Thirlmere)
Cyruss Payne (Marist Saints)
Kore-Lee Perenara (Penshurst RSL)
Temata Rangi (Western Suburbs)
Latrell Schaumkel (Glebe Burwood)
Alex Seini (Macscot)
Alfred Smalley (Manly)
Josiah Tamasi (Wentworthville)
Huggard Tongatule (Lakepa/Liku, Niue)
Sione Tovo (Mascot)
Christian Ulukita (Marist Saints)
Tamati Ulukita (Shellharbour)
Justice Utatao (Recliffe)

Head Coach: Bman Perenara

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2018-10-04 11:55:32October 4, 2018 Malta v Niue16 - 26Pool A2018Recap
2018-10-07 12:20:58October 7, 2018 Philippines v Niue12 - 24Pool A2018Recap
2018-10-10 12:00:32October 10, 2018 Cup Semi Final : Game One16 - 8Finals2018Recap
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