- 27 Age
- 86kg Weight
- 178cm Height
Scott Malolua will be looking to build upon the experience he gained last year ahead of the 2020 Super Rugby season.
Malolua was brought into the St.George Queensland Reds squad during the 2019 pre-season as injury cover for fellow number nine James Tuttle.
He continued to train and prepare with the team throughout the season, before his hard work and perseverance paid off in Round 16 when he came off the bench against the Jaguares at Suncorp Stadium for his Super Rugby debut.
An ankle injury to Tate McDermott in that same match saw Malolua start at scrumhalf in the Reds final two games of 2019 against the Blues and Brumbies.
The crafty scrumhalf went on to make his Test debut for Samoa against the Wallabies at Bankwest Stadium in Sydney. A shoulder injury on the stroke of halftime saw him sidelined for the rest of the match and cruelly denied him a Rugby World Cup campaign in Japan.
Queensland Schoolboys (2011)
Australian Schoolboys (2011)
Samoa U20s (2013)
Queensland Country NRC (2015-2017)