The Utah Warriors signed Kalolo Tuiloma for the 2020 Major League Rugby season. The 29-year-old prop is 6’4″ and 302 lbs.
Kalolo was born in Wellington, New Zealand and grew up in the Auckland suburbs. He attended Aoere College where he played rugby at No.8 and then completed his education at Timaru Boys’ High School.
He helped South Canterbury gain the Heartland Championship in 2013 and then moved back to Auckland where he played for Bombay Rugby Club. where his coach Darryl Suasua, converted him to prop. The team won the McNamara Fup, Counties Manukau’s Premier Club competition in 2014 and in 2015.
In 2016, he moved along with his Bombay coach to Counties Manukau where he played in the Mitre 10 Cup. He then signed a 7-month contract as a medical joker to play in France with Grenoble for the remainder of the season. In 2018 he played Super Rugby with the Highlanders and in 2020, “the Bulldozer” will be a leader with the Utah Warriors.