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Joe Naufahu

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Joe Naufahu
Joe Bro
Position
Centre
Weight
12 st 12 lb
Height
6 ft 3 in
DoB
3rd Feb 1980
Age
38
Club
Statistics 2003/2004
Games
2
Started
2
Tries
Penalties
Conversions
Drop Goals
Team and League Statistics
Joe Naufahu is a former Southland and Canterbury player who joined Glasgow last season after a spell with Leicester in the Zurich Premiership.

Joe celebrated his Glasgow debut try with a try against Edinburgh in the 2002 Boxing Day match at Hughenden. He scored another try against Edinburgh in 45-33 win in April, and he has now played six games for Glasgow.

Comments
Posted by Jo Jo on December 1, 2003 12:38 PM | Reply to this comment

Any news on when Joe will be back from injury?

Posted by hugh on March 24, 2004 08:05 PM | Reply to this comment

Maybe his comeback will be with Hawks?

Posted by big jim on April 8, 2004 11:32 AM | Reply to this comment

he got me free tickets to the munster cup game! Joe rocks

Posted by mcraig on July 22, 2004 12:44 PM | Reply to this comment

Anyone know where Joe Naufahu has gone?

Posted by JK on July 22, 2004 12:53 PM | Reply to this comment

There have been some rumours that he'll be at GHA.

Posted by Highlandbrave75 on July 22, 2004 03:41 PM | Reply to this comment

Big Joe's also been seen around Stirling County recently.

Posted by John Tapu on July 22, 2004 11:44 PM | Reply to this comment

Hi Joey

It's me Johnny T from Grammar. How can you forget the brother who taught you how to dance ha ha ha. Can you please contact me asap regarding footage I have of you playing for Southland & Canterbury. My details are at the bottom in case you feel like calling me.

John Tapu
SKY TELEVISION
Sport Promotions Producer
PH: 09 579 9999 extn 8351
MBL: 021 155 9576
EMAIL:jtapu.co.nz

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