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Alefaio Vaisuai

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Alefaio Vaisuai
Birth nameAlefaio Vaisuai
Place of birthMoata'a, Samoa
SpouseMary-Anne Palmer[1]
Rugby union career
Position(s) Flanker
Senior career
Years Team Apps (Points)
199?-1998 Moata'a ()
National sevens team(s)
Years Team Comps
1993-1998  Samoa 1993

Alefaio Vaisuai (born Moata'a, date of birth unknown) is a Samoan former rugby sevens player who played as flanker.[3]


At club level, Vaisuai played for Moata'a, which was the club where played many legends such as Michael Jones, Danny Kaleopa, Andy Aiolupo, Lolani Koko and Taufusi Salesa.[4][5][6] He took part in the 1993 Rugby World Cup Sevens playing for Samoa sevens,[7] as well in the 1993-1994 Hong Kong Sevens, where in the latter he scored the winning try against Fiji.[8][9] He also played the 1996 Punta del Este Sevens tournament.[10][11]

Personal life

Currently he is married and has a daughter, and he lives in Glen Eden, Auckland.[12]


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