Xavier Willison, a rugby league football player from the Cook Islands who plays as a prop forward for the Brisbane Broncos in the National Rugby League, was born on August 2, 2002.
Willison made his Brisbane club debut against bitter rivals the North Queensland Cowboys in round 20 of the 2021 NRL season.
In the Pacific Rugby League Tests of 2022, Willison made his debut for the Cook Islands against Samoa. Due to an injury, Willison was only able to participate in one NRL match, which the St George Illawarra Dragons won 32–18 in Round 17.
In round 20, Willison defeated the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 44–24, scoring his first NRL try of the season. Round 21 saw Willison score his second NRL try of the season as the South Sydney Rabbitohs were defeated 36–20.
He participated in seven games for Brisbane during the 2023 NRL season, although he was not part of the team’s postseason run or the 2023 NRL Grand Final defeat to Penrith.
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