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Tyrell Lomax

JUST ONE YEAR after moving from Australia to New Zealand, 22 YEAR OLD rugby league convert Tyrel Lomax has made his mark with the Tasman Mako provincial team and the Highlanders Super Rugby club.

The son of former Kiwis international player John Lomax, Tyrel, switched from rugby league and played his first year of Investec Super Rugby with the Melbourne Rebels in 2017, before negotiating an early release from his contract to move back to New Zealand and play for the Tasman Mako for that year’s Mitre 10 Cup season.

After a solid debut season with the Mako, Lomax was selected as one of 10 new caps in the Maori All Blacks for their 2017 two-match end of season tour to Canada and France.

Lomax has played for Australian schoolboys in 2014, earning his selection for the Australian U20 side the following year.

Player
Position:
Prop
Physical:
1.92m, 127kg
Test Debut:
v Japan at Tokyo, 3 Nov 2018
Test Points:
0
Caps:
1
Provincial Team:
Tasman
Super Rugby Team:
Highlanders

Test Match record

(+) subsitute(-) replaced

2018
3 November v Japan at Tokyo 31-69 (+)