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Reynold Lee-Lo

Second five-eighth

Bio

Samoa-born Reynold Lee-Lo made his Super Rugby debut for the Hurricanes in 2013, moved to the Crusaders in 2014 and transferred back to the Hurricanes in 2015.

He made an excellent fist of his maiden season, and after six appearances off the bench during the first half of the campaign, started in each of the last six matches at either centre of second five-eighth.

Rey Lee-Lo first made the Counties Manukau team in 2009 when he was called into the side for injury cover for Tasesa Lavea. He started three matches for the Steelers in 2010 in the No 12 jersey

The then 25 year old was recalled in 2011 and the following year helped the side lift the ITM Cup Championship title, forming an effective partnership with Chiefs-bound team-mate Bundee Aki under the tutelage of coach and former Hurricanes captain Tana Umaga.

Lee-Lo has previously played for the Chiefs Development Squad.

Player profile

Position
Second five-eighth
Hurricane
190
Height
181
Weight
98
Date of birth
20-01-89
Birthplace
Samoa
Province
Counties Manukau
Nickname
Rey
Career
2013, 2015

Stats

Provincial Teams
Counties Manukau
Provincial Debut
2009 v Hawke's Bay
Super Rugby Caps
12
Super Rugby Points
5 (1t)
Super Rugby Debut
2013, v Blues
Appearances
12