Born on October 29, 1998, Kotoni Staggs is a rugby league football player representing Tonga. He currently plays as a center for the Brisbane Broncos in the National Rugby League (NRL).
He has played for New South Wales, Tonga, and Indigenous All Stars. Throughout his career, he has played as a second-rower and a five-eighth. Staggs is the third kid.
Kaneesha Staggs, his 17-year-old sister, just received a call-up to the Australian rugby team and plays rugby for the Queensland Reds.
Staggs was promoted to play for the Redcliffe Dolphins in the Queensland Cup after demonstrating excellent form in the Under 20s.
In the early going, Staggs was putting on excellent performances for the Dolphins, switching between center and second row. Wayne Bennett, the coach of the Broncos, was impressed by Staggs’ versatility and decided to add him to the starting lineup.
Kotoni Staggs Family: Wife,
Although Kotoni Staggs is single, she was once involved with Mackenzie Lorraine Robinson.
Kotoni Staggs Children
Kotoni has no children.
Kotoni Staggs Parents
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