- 25 Age
- 91kg Weight
- 175cm Height
There’s no denying the speed and skill of Filipo Daugunu as the flying Fijian looks to make an impact for the St.George Queensland Reds in 2020.
After a blistering season in the 2017 National Rugby Championship (NRC), Daugunu showed Reds fans his true potential in 2018 after debuting for Queensland in Round 1 against the Rebels in Melbourne. He used the 2018 Super Rugby season as his own personal highlights reel – scoring a total of 37 points including six tries.
Daugunu moved to Australia ahead of the 2017 Queensland Premier Rugby season to chase his dream of earning a professional Rugby contract.
His irresistible form in the NRC was rewarded with a Reds contract for the 2018 Super Rugby season.
Impact limited to seven Super Rugby matches after breaking his arm against the Stormers in Round 8 and was consequently sidelined for six games.
Made his Super Rugby debut in Round 1 against Melbourne Rebels. Played six matches for Queensland Country, including playing in his native Fiji against the Drua in the 2018 NRC Grand Final.
A stellar season at club saw him score 11 tries in 13 games for Wests, helping them to their first finals appearance in 10 years. He then earned the honour of leading try scorer in the National Rugby Championship, helping Bond University Queensland Country to its first title with a hat-trick against Canberra Vikings in the final.
Fiji U20s (2015)
Fiji Sevens squad (2016)
Queensland Country NRC (2017-2018)