Len Ikitau rugby player
Len Ikitau rugby player

Len Ikitau

1st Oct 1998 1.80m/90kg Outside Centre

Len Ikitau, born on October 1, 1998, is an Australian rugby union player known for his role as a centre.

He currently plays for the Brumbies in Super Rugby and has also represented Australia at the international level. Ikitau joined the Brumbies squad in 2019.

Although born in Australia, Ikitau spent his early years in New Zealand before returning to Australia at the age of 12.

He played rugby league at Marsden State High School, a renowned NRL-nursery. Later, he received a scholarship to Brisbane Boys College, a prestigious boarding school.

Ikitau's talent as a hard-running midfielder with a strong left foot became evident as he helped the Canberra Vikings reach the NRC Final in 2017.

He was then selected for the Australia U20 side for the World Championships in France in 2018.

After relocating to Brisbane in 2016, Ikitau joined the Brumbies Academy. In late 2018, he earned a promotion to the wider Super Rugby squad in preparation for the 2019 season.

He made his debut for the Brumbies against the Blues, showcasing his immense potential and skill as a game-changer.

Known for his abilities in both attack and defense, Ikitau excels as a traditional number thirteen. He possesses a booming left foot and consistently performs beyond expectations.

Despite facing an injury setback, he recovered in time to contribute to the Canberra Vikings' NRC campaign.

His performances have demonstrated his belief, quality, and potential as a rising star in Australian rugby. Fans eagerly anticipate seeing him make further contributions in the seasons to come.

KG(08/07/2023)










Career

Canberra_Vikings_logo_page_image Canberra Vikings
Outside Centre
2017 - present
brumbies ACT Brumbies
Outside Centre
2019 - present
Brisbane Boys College logo Brisbane Boys College
Outside Centre
ARU Australia U20's
Outside Centre
2018 - 2019
australia Australia
Outside Centre
2020 - 2023
Barbarians_Logo Barbarians
Outside Centre
2021 - 2024