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  • Va'aiga Lealuga 'Inga' Tuigamala (born 4 September 1969) is a former professional rugby footballer. Internationally, he first played for New Zealand in rugby union, winning 19 caps, and later for Samoa in both rugby league (two caps) and rugby union (23 caps). He played in one rugby league and two rugby union World Cups. He played provincially for Auckland, and later played club rugby league and union in England - winning championships with Wigan Warriors, London Wasps and Newcastle Falcons. A centre or wing, he was known as a powerful runner, physically much larger than most typical wings in rugby union. In rugby league he became an integral part of the very successful Wigan team of the 1990s. (en)
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  • Va'aiga Lealuga 'Inga' Tuigamala (born 4 September 1969) is a former professional rugby footballer. Internationally, he first played for New Zealand in rugby union, winning 19 caps, and later for Samoa in both rugby league (two caps) and rugby union (23 caps). He played in one rugby league and two rugby union World Cups. He played provincially for Auckland, and later played club rugby league and union in England - winning championships with Wigan Warriors, London Wasps and Newcastle Falcons. (en)
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