Seattle Seawolves Signs Moses Lalasava

The Seattle Seawolves signed Moses Lalasava for the 2019 Major League Rugby season. The 29-year-old wing is 5’9″ and 210 lbs.

Moses is from Suva, Fiji and began playing rugby when he was six years old. He attends Queens Victoria School and played for the Queen Victoria School Old Boys (QVSOB) for 7 years beginning in 2008. During the offseason for QVSOB, he played rugby league for the Steelers (2011-13) and Rabbitos (2012-15). In 2015, Lalasava moved to Seattle and began to play for the Seattle Saracens in the British Columbia Rugby CDI Premiership.

Moses also attended the University of the South Pacific and worked for the Ministry of Health.

Moses played in the Seawolves in a December exhibition match against Vancouver Island Crimson Tide. and now joins the team for the 2019 MLR season.

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Moses brings dynamic pass-ability with his offloads and shifty footwork into coverage in the Seawolves’ back three positions.

“I am honored to join and play with some of the big names in the rugby arena,” said Lalasava. “I can’t wait to add and contribute to the winning culture and defend the title with my Seawolves brothers.”

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