|Name Henry Speight|
Grandparents Josefa Iloilo
Education Queen Victoria School
|Height 1.86 m|
Role Rugby Player
Uncles George Speight
|Parents Adi Litia Levulevu, Samisoni Tikoinasau|
Siblings Sam Speight, Lusiana Speight-Work, Davila Speight, Jerry Speight
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Henry Speight (born 24 March 1988 in Suva, Fiji) is an Fiji-born Australian rugby union fifteens and sevens player who has played for Hamilton Boys' High School team (New Zealand), the Fijian national junior team (2008), the Waikato provincial team (2008–11, New Zealand), and currently plays for the Brumbies in Super Rugby (2011-ongoing) and for the Wallabies (2014-ongoing). His playing position is wing or centre.
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Speight's first taste of pro-rugby came in his final year at Hamilton Boys High School, when he was picked for Waikato, making his debut against the Bay of Plenty in 2008. Speight went on to represent his province over four seasons. Not eligible for the New Zealand Schoolboys, Speight represented his native Fiji in the same year at the Junior World Cup in Belfast.
Speight made his Brumbies debut during the 2011 Super Rugby season against the Chiefs in Canberra. After becoming eligible for national selection, on 11 September 2014, Speight made his Wallabies debut during the 2014 Spring Tour against Ireland.
He is the son of Fijian politician Samisoni Tikoinasau and the grandson of former Fiji President, Ratu Josefa Iloilo.