Liam Coombes-Fabling rugby player
Liam Coombes-Fabling rugby player

Liam Coombes-Fabling

13th Mar 2020 1.80m/83kg Fly Half

Liam Coombes-Fabling is a New Zealand rugby union player who represents Waikato in the National Provincial Championship (NPC). Born on July 7, 1998, he primarily plays as a wing, showcasing his speed and attacking prowess on the field.

Coombes-Fabling attended St. John's College in Hamilton, where he likely developed his passion and skills for rugby. His formative years in rugby saw him represent Waikato under-19s team at the prestigious Jock Hobbs Memorial Tournament in 2017. Playing in the pivotal position of first five-eighth, Coombes-Fabling led his team to the final, although they ultimately fell short, losing to Auckland with a score of 30-17.

Since 2020, Coombes-Fabling has been an integral part of the Waikato NPC squad, impressing with his performances on the wing. In the 2020 season, he demonstrated his try-scoring ability, crossing the try line three times, contributing to his team's success.

One notable match for Coombes-Fabling came on September 24, 2021, when he scored two tries in a victorious effort against Tasman. This result propelled Waikato to the top of the NPC Premiership Division standings, showcasing Coombes-Fabling's impact and contribution to the team's success. He continued to make a mark on the field by scoring a hat-trick in a match against Northland on October 1, 2021, despite Waikato facing a defeat with a score of 38-28.

As a wing, Coombes-Fabling brings speed, agility, and try-scoring instincts to the team. His ability to find gaps in the opposition defense and finish scoring opportunities makes him a valuable asset for Waikato.

With his continued presence and performances for Waikato in the NPC, Coombes-Fabling has the opportunity to further develop his skills, contribute to the team's success, and potentially attract attention at higher levels of the game. Fans can anticipate more exciting displays of his attacking prowess and contributions on the wing as he progresses in his rugby career.



Untitled (4) Waikato
2020 - present
chiefs Chiefs
Fly Half
2022 - present
Jersey size (5) China Lions
Fly Half
2020 - 2020
highlanders Highlanders
Left Wing
2022 - 2022