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Tahi Reihana (born 15 March 1972) is a former professional rugby league footballer who played in the Australian Rugby League premiership and Super League competitions.

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Playing career

In 1994 Reihana was judged to be the Most Outstanding Player at the South Perth Lions rugby league club in the Western Australia Rugby League competition. In 1995 he made his first grade debut, playing for the new Western Reds franchise.

In 1997 he moved to England, signing with the Bradford Bulls. He was charged with assault in 1998, but the charges were thrown out due to unreliable evidence. Bradford released Reihana at the end of the 1998 season to make room in the overseas quota.

In 2000 Reihana was playing for Brisbane Souths in the Queensland Cup when he was selected for the Aotearoa Māori side. While playing for Brisbane Souths, Reihana made the Queensland Residents side. He moved to the Wynnum Manly Seagulls in 2002, and again made the Residents side.

Representative career

Reihana represented Aotearoa Māori at the 2000 World Cup, playing in three matches.

References

Tahi Reihana Wikipedia