Up and coming rugby star turns ambassador
Nepo Eti Laulala is a man on a mission.
With broad shoulders and a barrel-like chest, he carries the weight of expectation quite easily.
Laulala realises that he is the prototype for the modern prop. He is mobile and agile yet he maintains tremendous strength complemented by a ferocity that is hard to match.
Born and bred in Samoa, Nepo – the younger brother of former All Black Casey Laulala, was in Samoa recently to visit family and to verify his status as one of the ambassadors for the Clarence Sebastian Foundation.
The Clarence Sebastian Foundation supports the Albino population in Samoa.
Laulala has agreed to be an ambassador for the Clarence Sebastian Foundation and to assist with fundraising activities.
When time allows, Laulala would publicise the needs of the albino people in Samoa.
It was a great gesture from a man with a big future and a big heart.
Olo Brown, John Schwalger, John Afoa and Neemia Tialata are props of Samoan descent who have forged great careers playing for the All Blacks.
It is safe to assume that the younger brother of Casey Laulala (the former All Black) will also ascend to these lofty heights.
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