Isaia Toeava

Rugby Player

Isaia Toeava was born in Moto’otua, Samoa on January 15th, 1986 and is the Rugby Player. At the age of 38, Isaia Toeava biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Isaia "Ice Man" Toeava
Date of Birth
January 15, 1986
New Zealand, Samoa
Place of Birth
Moto’otua, Samoa
38 years old
Zodiac Sign
Rugby Union Player
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Isaia Toeava Life

Isaia "Ice" Toeava, a professional rugby union player from New Zealand, was born in Moto'otua, Samoa, on January 15, 1986.


Isaia Toeava Career

Early career

Toeava was born in Samoa but moved to New Zealand in 1994 to be with his grandmother. He played for De La Salle College, Mangere East, and was a member of the First XV rugby team, alongside Taniela Moa. He played for New Zealand U-19, where he was named the IRB's Under-19 2005 Player of the Year. He appeared in second place for New Zealand Under 19. Other notable achievements in his career include playing second five for the Championship-winning Auckland Marist Under 21 team, coached by Peter Tubberty.


Toeava played for the All Blacks and for New Zealand in Sevens rugby.

In 2005, Toeava was a surprise pick for the All Blacks Grand Slam tour, despite his age of 19 years. With just eight games for Auckland and little Provincial knowledge, he had no Super 14 experience and limited Provincial knowledge, and he had only been to second-five against Northland.

He played his first-class rugby, mainly at center, wing, and fullback. In the 2006 Super 14 season, he played for Auckland in the Air New Zealand Cup, and was drafted to the Hurricanes. He appeared with the Blues for the 2007 season.

He was instrumental in the Blues' triumph in the 2007 Super 14 season, scoring four tries and establishing many others from outside center position. At the 2007 Steinlager Rugby Awards, he was later named for Rebel Sport Super 14 Player of the Year. He was one of many players to play center for the All Blacks in 2010 and 2011, a position that has seen a number of changes as a result of Ma'a Nonu and Conrad Smith's injuries.

Toeava was in the final two games of the 2011 Tri-Nations tournament. Toeava competed in pool matches against Tonga (at left wing), Japan (at fullback), and Canada (coming of the bench in the second half).

Toeava signed a two-year deal with the Tokyo-based Canon Eagles in July 2012.

Toeava joined Clermont as a medical joker to cover an injury epidemic in March 2016 and has retained his position at the prestigious club. In January 2017, Clermont's form helped him reach the French Top 14 Championships and to the top of the Champions Cup pool before suffering an arm injury that required surgery sidelined him for the remainder of the season.

Toeava, a top-14 rival, Toulon, has signed Toeava ahead of the 2020–21 season. He signed for another French team Bayonne in the second category Pro D2 ahead of the 2021-2021 season.


Isaia Toeava Awards

NZRU Annual Awards

  • NZRU Age-Grade Player of the Year, 2005