20 stone All Black prop clicks ‘Super Rugby mode’ in England, ends the internet
Have we ever seen a better prop assist? Answer: No, we haven’t Dave.
Wasps prop Jeffery Toomaga-Allen grabs the ball like a wild stallion with arms and races up the pitch at inside centre speeds.
Not content, he then throws a backhanded off-load for an on running teammate to dot down under the sticks.
Toomaga-Allen picked up a New Zealand cap against Japan in 2013 and was also named in the 2017 Rugby Championship squad. He burst onto the Super Rugby scene with the Canes in 2012 and has gone on to make 101 appearances for the franchise, helping them win the title in 2016 as they defeated the Lions 20-3 in the final.
He was also part of the Wellington-based side’s charge to the 2015 final while they have also made the semi-finals in the last two campaigns.
Toomaga-Allen will link up with former teammate Brad Shields at Wasps, with both having made their Hurricances debuts back in 2012, and both also reaching the 100-appearance milestone for the Club in 2018.
On the New Zealand domestic stage, Toomaga-Allen has represented Wellington 34 times in the ITM/Mitre 10 Cup, helping them to the final of the competition back in 2013 and was also named as their Top Player in 2012.