Suliasi Vunivalu is a Fijian-Australian professional rugby union footballer who plays for the Queensland Reds in the Super Rugby. He previously played Rugby League professionally for the Melbourne Storm in the National Rugby League, and Fiji.
Queensland Reds 2021 season star has been stood down by the sport, fined $10,000 and charged by police after allegedly pushing a security guard.
How old is Suliasi Vunivalu?
Born 27 November 1995, Vunivalu is 25 years old.
How tall is Suliasi Vunivalu?
Vunivalu is 6 feet and 4 inches tall or 192 centimeters tall.
How much does Suliasi Vunivalu?
Vunivalu weighs 99 kilograms or 218 pounds.
What is Suliasi Vunivalu’s Net Worth?
Vunivalu has an estimated net worth of $1.8 million as of the year 2021.
Update: Suliasi Vunivalu Fined $10,000
Melbourne Storm premiership-winning winger Suliasi Vunivalu was dropped from the Super Rugby season opener this Friday over the alleged January 30 incident at a Brisbane venue. The Queensland Reds said the Fijian had ‘brought the club and game into disrepute’.
His club said on Tuesday afternoon they had also issued Vunivalu with a written warning and that Rugby Australia and Queensland Rugby Union were also informed. ‘The matter is ongoing before the court and will be reviewed by RA and QRU once it is resolved,’ a spokesperson for the club said in a statement.
The security guard was not injured and the incident has been described as ‘minor’.
‘QRU have taken the immediate step to stand down Vunivalu for Friday’s match against NSW Waratahs for bringing the club and the game into disrepute.’
Queensland Police confirmed to Daily Mail Australia that Vunivalu was charged with common assault. The club said he was also fined $10,000 and has been offered counseling and support.
‘Rugby Australia and the Queensland Rugby Union takes its position within the community very seriously and aims to uphold the highest standards of behavior’.
The winger has won two premierships in his 111 game career for the Storm, in 2017 and 2020, and has also played footy representing Fiji. He also spoke on Tuesday afternoon addressing the incident.
‘I wanted to speak today and not hide away but I am constrained with what I can say today as the matter in ongoing before the court,’ he said.
‘I am embarrassed to be in this position and I apologize to the QRU and my teammates.’