Jason Taumālolo added to Kiwi Four Nations squad

Jason Taumālolo, 21,  was added to the Kiwis’ train-on squad for the upcoming Four Nations rugby league tournament.

The North Queensland second rower joined the squad on Tuesday 23 along with Manly’s Peta Hiku and Kieran Foran.

Born in Tonga and grew up in Mangere, New Zealand, the former Junior Kiwi played for Tonga  at last year’s Rugby League World Cup.

Taumālolo was described by The Courier Mail in 2012 as “the next Sonny Bill Williams”.

The upcoming  Rugby League Four Nations tournament will be the fourth staging of the Rugby League Four Nations tournament and will be played in Australia and New Zealand during October and November 2014.

The final game was set to be held at Wellington’s Westpac Stadium on Saturday 15 November.

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