Ben Volavola

Rugby Player

Ben Volavola was born in Suva, Central Division, Fiji on January 13th, 1991 and is the Rugby Player. At the age of 33, Ben Volavola biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 13, 1991
Australia, Fiji
Place of Birth
Suva, Central Division, Fiji
33 years old
Zodiac Sign
Rugby Union Player
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Ben Volavola Career

Rugby career

His performances for Southern Districts in the Shute Shield have earned him a spot in the Waratahs Extended Playing Squad for the 2013 Super Rugby season. He represented Australia Under 20 in the 2011 IRB Junior World Championship in Italy.

Volavola signed for the Crusaders in the 2016 Super Rugby season to replace a number 10 exodus at the Crusaders with Dan Carter, Colin Slade and Tom Taylor who are moving to play rugby in Europe as well as confirming his eligibility to join Fiji for the upcoming 2015 Rugby World Cup. He signed a two-year deal.

After getting picked by Fiji for the upcoming 2015 World Rugby Pacific Nations Cup, he intends to make the 10 jersey which was worn by former Fijian flyhalf, Nicky Little who Volavola regards as one of his heroes. His parents, Dinesh Shankar and Ema Volavola have been supportive of their son's decision to represent Fiji.

He came off the bench against Māori All Blacks on his debut in the 2015 mid-year rugby union internationals as Fiji had given the match, test status.

He started at 10 for Fiji against Tonga in the 2015 World Rugby Pacific Nations Cup scoring 15 points (3 conversions and 3 penalties).

He was named one of Fiji's 31 man squad for the Rugby World Cup 2015 which was hosted in England and Wales. He played all 4 matches, against all three of the biggest teams in Fiji's group; England (lost 35–11), Australia (lost 28–13) and Wales (lost 23–13) and the last against Uruguay where Fiji won 45–17.

In January 2017, he signed for Australian super rugby side, Melbourne Rebels. He played for one season before leaving the club.

In October 2017, after playing all of his professional career in the Super Rugby, NRC, and Mitre 10 Cup Volavola signed for French Top 14 club Bordeaux Bègles. Confirmation was released in November 2017. He joined Fijian teammate Peni Ravai.

In June 2018, Volavola signed for his 2nd french club, Racing 92 as a backup to injured playmaker Pat Lambie.

On 10 May 2020, Volavola sign for Pro D2 side Perpignan ahead of the 2020-21 season.


In the crunch Rugby World Cup opener, Wales warns they face 'judgment time' and sweltering heat against old rivals Warren Gatland contemplates major selection calls, September 7, 2023
ALEX BYWATER IN VERSAILLES: Wales is expected to have a 'judgement time' in their World Cup opener against Fiji, but Warren Gatland's loss of their star fly-half has given the team a leg up. On Thursday, head coach Gatland and his fully fit crew of 33 players will trade the sweltering heat of Versailles on the outskirts of Paris for a similarly hot Bordeaux. The team will face Fiji in Bordeaux, their longtime adversary, a team that has competed in every international tournament since losing in Nantes in 2007.
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