Front-rower Tatafu Polota-Nau enjoyed a lengthy career in Super Rugby with the Waratahs and Western Force before moving to Leicester Tigers in 2017.
A former Australian schools international, he was recognised early in his career as a special player. He earned the distinction of winning a first cap for Australia as a 20-year-old before he had even played at Super Rugby level.
Known as a powerful ball-carrier and fierce tackler, he made more than 140 appearances in Super Rugby and in 82 Tests, including World Cup campaigns in 2011 and 2015 where he played in the final against New Zealand, before heading to the northern hemisphere.
His total number of Test caps reached 89 by the end of 2018/19 during which time he also made a couple of appearances with the Waratahs back in Super Rugby.
"The tension and durability of the coreband is perfect. I use it all the time for my knee rehab and to maintain my flexibility"