Israel Folau

Israel Folau

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Israel Folau

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Israel Folau also known as Isileli Folau in Tonga (born 3 April 1989 in Minto, New South Wales) is a professional Australian rules footballer currently contracted to play for the Greater Western Sydney Giants in the Australian Football League (AFL). He will start playing with his new club at the beginning of the 2011 season in the North East Australian Football League. Folau is a former rugby league footballer who played 2 years with both the Melbourne Storm from 2007–2008 where he broke the record for most tries in a debut year and won a grand-final and with the Brisbane Broncos from 2009–2010 in the National Rugby League (NRL). Playing as either a wing or centre, he has also represented Australia at international level becoming the youngest ever player to represent Australia and Queensland in State of Origin.

Early life

Folau was born in Minto, New South Wales to parents of Tongan descent. He attended Lurnea Public School and Westfield Sports High School before his family moved to Brisbane. In Brisbane Folau attended Marsden State High School from where he was selected for the Queensland Schoolboys squad in the Australian Under-15 Championships.

At the Australian championships, Folau was spotted by a Melbourne......
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