Josh Iosefa-Scott, a New Zealand rugby union player, is a formidable prop currently playing for the Exeter Chiefs in Premiership Rugby. Standing at an imposing 6ft 4ins and weighing in at 135kgs, Iosefa-Scott brings a combination of size, power, and strength to the highly-regarded Exeter Chiefs pack.
Having spent his entire career in New Zealand, Iosefa-Scott made the move to Sandy Park ahead of the 2021/22 season. He started his senior career with Waikato in 2016, where he made a name for himself in competitions such as the NPC, ITM Cup, and Mitre 10 Cup. His impressive performances also earned him opportunities with the Highlanders in Super Rugby.
Iosefa-Scott made his debut for the Chiefs in September 2021, showcasing his power and skill in the Gallagher Premiership clash against the Northampton Saints.
Known for his prowess as a tighthead prop, he played a pivotal role in Waikato's promotion to the 2019 Premiership of the Mitre 10 Cup, following their relegation the previous season. He has represented the province on 20 occasions, establishing himself as a key contributor.
In 2019, Iosefa-Scott signed with the Highlanders for the Super Rugby season, continuing his professional journey in his homeland. His dedication, work ethic, and hunger for success have made him an integral part of the young core of Highlanders players.
In May 2021, Iosefa-Scott made the transition to the Exeter Chiefs, joining the club earlier than expected to acclimate and prepare for the upcoming 2021/22 season. With his youth, determination, and strong work ethic, he is set to make a significant impact for the Chiefs and contribute to their continued success.
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