Meaalofa Teo: Is this boy the next Jonah Lomu?

Publish Date : 2021-03-31


Meaalofa Teo:  Is this boy the next Jonah Lomu?

Video footage of the youngster playing at a junior rugby league gala day in Canberra, Australia's capital city, has gone viral on social media.

Te'o is seen using his size and strength to devastating effect, swatting aside opponent after opponent as he plows his way to the try line.

Read: Australia overcome South Africa in Rugby Championship



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Physically, he's certainly not your average 9-year-old, and he dwarfs both his teammates and the opposition.

The video shows him playing at the gala for the Doveton Steelers under-9 team, which went on to win 20-10 in the final of the tournament.

The sight of Te'o surging through would-be defenders is not dissimilar to watching a Jonah Lomu highlights reel. The great New Zealand winger, who passed away in November 2015, made his name by powering through opponents on the way to the try-line.

He won 63 caps for the All Blacks and scored 37 tries between 1994-2002, after starting off in rugby league as a kid.

Read: Remembering Jonah Lomu

Te'o has quickly become an internet sensation. The USA Rugby Sevens page racked up 30 million views after sharing footage showing Te'o in action.

'Tries like that are normal for him, he is a very good player but soft at heart,' the player's father Karene Te'o said in an interview with Nine's Wide World of Sports.

'He is a very humble young boy.'

Read: Australia overcome South Africa in Rugby Championship Read: Australia overcome South Africa in Rugby Championship The sight of Te'o surging through would-be defenders is not dissimilar to watching a Jonah Lomu highlights reel. The great New Zealand winger, who passed away in November 2015, made his name by powering through opponents on the way to the try-line. Te'o is seen using his size and strength to devastating effect, swatting aside opponent after opponent as he plows his way to the try line. 'He is a very humble young boy.' Te'o is seen using his size and strength to devastating effect, swatting aside opponent after opponent as he plows his way to the try line. The sight of Te'o surging through would-be defenders is not dissimilar to watching a Jonah Lomu highlights reel. The great New Zealand winger, who passed away in November 2015, made his name by powering through opponents on the way to the try-line. The sight of Te'o surging through would-be defenders is not dissimilar to watching a Jonah Lomu highlights reel. The great New Zealand winger, who passed away in November 2015, made his name by powering through opponents on the way to the try-line. Te'o has quickly become an internet sensation. The USA Rugby Sevens page racked up 30 million views after sharing footage showing Te'o in action. The video shows him playing at the gala for the Doveton Steelers under-9 team, which went on to win 20-10 in the final of the tournament. Te'o is seen using his size and strength to devastating effect, swatting aside opponent after opponent as he plows his way to the try line. 'Tries like that are normal for him, he is a very good player but soft at heart,' the player's father Karene Te'o said in an interview with Nine's Wide World of Sports. 'Tries like that are normal for him, he is a very good player but soft at heart,' the player's father Karene Te'o said in an interview with Nine's Wide World of Sports. Read: Remembering Jonah Lomu Read: Remembering Jonah Lomu 'He is a very humble young boy.' Read: Remembering Jonah Lomu The sight of Te'o surging through would-be defenders is not dissimilar to watching a Jonah Lomu highlights reel. The great New Zealand winger, who passed away in November 2015, made his name by powering through opponents on the way to the try-line. 'Tries like that are normal for him, he is a very good player but soft at heart,' the player's father Karene Te'o said in an interview with Nine's Wide World of Sports. Te'o has quickly become an internet sensation. The USA Rugby Sevens page racked up 30 million views after sharing footage showing Te'o in action. 'He is a very humble young boy.' Read: Australia overcome South Africa in Rugby Championship 'He is a very humble young boy.' 'He is a very humble young boy.' 'Tries like that are normal for him, he is a very good player but soft at heart,' the player's father Karene Te'o said in an interview with Nine's Wide World of Sports. The sight of Te'o surging through would-be defenders is not dissimilar to watching a Jonah Lomu highlights reel. The great New Zealand winger, who passed away in November 2015, made his name by powering through opponents on the way to the try-line. Video footage of the youngster playing at a junior rugby league gala day in Canberra, Australia's capital city, has gone viral on social media. The video shows him playing at the gala for the Doveton Steelers under-9 team, which went on to win 20-10 in the final of the tournament. The sight of Te'o surging through would-be defenders is not dissimilar to watching a Jonah Lomu highlights reel. The great New Zealand winger, who passed away in November 2015, made his name by powering through opponents on the way to the try-line.

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