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Jonah Tali Lomu,(born May 12, 1975) is a New Zealand rugby union footballer who has played 73 times (63 caps) as an All Black after debuting in 1994. Lomu was born in Auckland, New Zealand of Tongan descent. He grew up in South Auckland and attended Wesley College, Pukekohe. He is generally regarded as the first true global superstar of rugby union, and one of the sport's most intimidating players on the field, And has had a huge impact on the game. He will be inducted to the International Rugby Hall of Fame on 9 October 2007.
Lomu burst onto the international rugby scene during the 1995 World Cup in South Africa. At one time Lomu was considered 'rugby union's biggest drawcard', swelling attendances at any match where he appeared. He has played for several provincial teams, in the National Provincial Championship (NPC) and Super Rugby competitions. These included Counties Manukau, the Auckland Blues, Waikato Chiefs, Wellington Lions and Hurricanes, and later North Harbour. He is making a comeback after undergoing a kidney transplant in 2004. In 1996 he married South African Tanya Rutter; they officially divorced in 2000. He has been married to Fiona Taylor since 2003. He is officially the Rugby World Cup all-time top try scorer with 15 tries.
He is the cousin of National Rugby League footballer Andrew Lomu.
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