Kalolo Tuiloma, a first-year prop for the Utah Warriors, is from Auckland, New Zealand. He attended Aorere College where he played rugby as an eight man. He then completed his education at Timaru Boys’ High School. He helped South Canterbury earn the Heartland Championship in 2013 and then moved back to Auckland where he played for the Bombay Rugby Club and was converted to prop. With Bombay, he won the McNamara Cup, Counties Manukau’s Premier Club competition, in 2014 and 2015. In 2016, he moved along with his Bombay coach to Counties Manukau where he played in the Mitre 10 Cup. He then signed a 7-month contract as a medical joker to play with Grenoble in France for the remainder of the season. In 2018, he played Super Rugby with the Highlanders and is now signed with the Utah Warriors for the MLR 2020 season.