Keleti Vaingalo

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Keleti Vaingalo

Post by ---syberian tiger--- » Thu 03 Dec, 2009 11:12 am

This boy has been signed for 20s next season. Watching him play yawn yawn for last couple of years this boy will play 1st grade next year or the year after. A real talent who i will tag 'the next Sonny Bill Williams'. He would be 193cm and at least 110 kg and can run the 100 in mid/low 11 seconds.


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Post by willow » Fri 04 Dec, 2009 11:17 am

What position does he play? If he can cover 100m in mid 11's at that size then he'd prove a real handful out wide.

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Post by AndTheKungFoSing » Fri 04 Dec, 2009 12:33 pm

---syberian tiger--- wrote:He would be 193cm and at least 110 kg and can run the 100 in mid/low 11 seconds
Now that's something!
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Post by softlaw » Fri 04 Dec, 2009 1:49 pm

& he's still eligible for Toyota Cup!
Sounds very nice :)
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Post by magpie mania » Fri 04 Dec, 2009 1:57 pm

---syberian tiger--- wrote:This boy has been signed for 20s next season. Watching him play yawn yawn for last couple of years this boy will play 1st grade next year or the year after. A real talent who i will tag 'the next Sonny Bill Williams'. He would be 193cm and at least 110 kg and can run the 100 in mid/low 11 seconds.

Anymore info on this guy,sounds VERY interesting


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Post by Marshall_magic » Fri 04 Dec, 2009 2:54 pm

The Next Sonny Bill Williams? Every club has had 2 or 3 of them come into grade in the last 5 years. None of them even came close.

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Post by pacey » Fri 04 Dec, 2009 3:57 pm

hopefully hes good. maybe their saving the money for him LOL
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Post by Geo. » Fri 04 Dec, 2009 4:30 pm

willow wrote:What position does he play? If he can cover 100m in mid 11's at that size then he'd prove a real handful out wide.
Roosters junior Harold Matthews..found this article.......http://www.nswrl.com.au/article.php?id=416" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Roosters junior reps hit early form
Keliti Vaingalo used his large frame to burst through three defenders to give the Roosters a comfortable 30-0 lead by half-time.
SOURCE: Rugby League Review
HaHa stole another one..........

http://www.smh.com.au/news/National/Tee ... 42568.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

?Think it's the same kid.......intersting life he's had already........
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Post by ---syberian tiger--- » Sat 05 Dec, 2009 4:53 am

... and he hits like an absolute steam train!

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Post by tigesup » Sat 05 Dec, 2009 8:09 pm

---syberian tiger--- wrote:This boy has been signed for 20s next season. Watching him play yawn yawn for last couple of years this boy will play 1st grade next year or the year after. A real talent who i will tag 'the next Sonny Bill Williams'. He would be 193cm and at least 110 kg and can run the 100 in mid/low 11 seconds.
So this is the same kid that is named in Balmain SG Ball squad?

Big call to be playing first grade next year.

Good luck to him!!!

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Post by benjibrotown » Sat 05 Dec, 2009 9:40 pm

Marshall_magic wrote:The Next Sonny Bill Williams? Every club has had 2 or 3 of them come into grade in the last 5 years. None of them even came close.
Any kid who is 110kg and can that fast must have some sort of future ahead of him. Cant wait to see him play.

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Post by Marshall_magic » Sat 05 Dec, 2009 11:11 pm

benjibrotown wrote:
Marshall_magic wrote:The Next Sonny Bill Williams? Every club has had 2 or 3 of them come into grade in the last 5 years. None of them even came close.
Any kid who is 110kg and can that fast must have some sort of future ahead of him. Cant wait to see him play.
I'm not doubting the kid at all, but every 3 months we hear that some guy is Sonny Bill without the injuries, and very few of them deliver. There is much more to being a league superstar than having a huge frame and pace. I hope the kid becomes a star for us, but I wouldn't be giving him such a massive wrap yet.

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Post by ---syberian tiger--- » Sun 06 Dec, 2009 2:57 am

He's been given yellow cards in schoolboy union for just astronomically massive shoulder charges...

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Post by Danos » Sun 06 Dec, 2009 10:12 am

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He must be big. This pic was captioned on a little athletics website. "Keliti Vaingalo winning U/12s 60m hurdles". 12 years old??!! He's enormous next to those kids.

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Post by helmesy » Sun 06 Dec, 2009 11:47 am

If he is such a talent why did the Roosters let him go?

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Post by magpie mania » Sun 06 Dec, 2009 12:13 pm

Danos wrote:Image

He must be big. This pic was captioned on a little athletics website. "Keliti Vaingalo winning U/12s 60m hurdles". 12 years old??!! He's enormous next to those kids.
hes an islander they are much bigger than the white kids at 12.

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Post by benjibrotown » Sun 06 Dec, 2009 1:14 pm

School offers a safe haven for teen
By Kelly Burke and AAP
March 28, 2005
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Teenager Keliti Vaingalo expects to begin his new life this afternoon as a free boarder at one of Sydney's most expensive private schools.

Like most 13-year-old boys, Keliti will undoubtedly have bouts of homesickness over the coming months.

But the shy rising sports star will be forced to deal with any homesickness without the support from his closest family members, who were deported on Saturday.

Almost two decades after Mafi and Hiki Vaingalo arrived in Australia on tourist visas, the Department of Immigration ordered them to return to Tonga, along with their two youngest daughters, Manu, 7, and Lupe, 6.

The Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs Minister, Peter McGauran, has refused to intervene in their case.

Only Keliti, a promising athlete and rugby union player who is already on scholarship at Newington College, and his 14-year-old sister, Na'a, are allowed to stay.

All four children were born in Australia after their parents met and married here.

After a tearful farewell at Sydney airport on Saturday, Na'a travelled to Canberra to stay with relatives. It is understood Keliti spent yesterday with family friends.

Newington's principal, David Scott, said last night that he was unsure where the teenager was, but confirmed the school would pick up the tab for his board and education, costing more than $32,000 a year.

"He is a very good student, well behaved, and he gets on well with his peers," Mr Scott said. "He's a leader amongst his group and he works hard."

After little more than a year at the school, the former Coogee Public School student has already proved his worth on the sports field as a champion footballer and athlete.

Excelling in hurdles, the high jump and shotput, Keliti has several state and national records under his belt.

The family's immigration lawyer, Anne O'Donoghue said the only hope for Mr and Mrs Vaingalo was to apply for contributing parenting visas, which would cost more than $70,000.

Ms O'Donoghue said she planned to meet Mr Scott to discuss ways for Newington College to sponsor the parents.

Mr Scott said he would be prepared to look at the process.




This is the kid who weighs in at 110kg and 193cm tall, now playing in the tigers juniors.

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Post by Buckets of blood » Sun 06 Dec, 2009 3:15 pm

Why start a new thread? You know one exists.
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