Renowned for a huge hit, Kiwi Tommy Leuluai was one of Wigan’s most experienced players, in a career than spanned 12 years with the Warriors.
Son of former Hull FC and New Zealand player James Leuluai, he made his NRL debut for New Zealand Warriors in May 2003, becoming the youngest player to ever play for the Club.
A New Zealand international, he made his debut for the Kiwis aged 18 in 2003, and played his final game in October 2022 against Leeds Rhinos.
Leuluais started with London Broncos in the UK, before signing for Wigan ahead of the 2007 season , where he went on to make 327 appearances for the Club.
Over the years Leuluai has won all there is to win in the game, including three League Leaders’ Shields, two Super Leagues, two Challenge Cup, a World Club Challenge, a Harry Sunderland trophy, a Four Nations and a World Cup.
Heritage number 997, Leuluai now makes the switch into his coaching career as an Assistant Coach to Matt Peet, alongside former teammate and fellow Assistant Coach Sean O’Loughlin.