Solomone Kata Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Contract, Salary

Solomone Kata Family

Solomone Kata Family and Parents – Solomone Kata is a Tongan professional rugby union footballer who plays for the ACT Brumbies in Super Rugby know all about him in this article.

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Name Solomone Kata
Birthdate ( Age) 3 December 1994
Place of Birth Neiafu, Tonga
Nationality Tongan
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Tafea-Kata
Children Yes
Parents Name not Known
Education Not Known
Profession Rugby union player
Net Worth $1 Million
Last Update 2022

Solomone Kata is a Tongan professional rugby union footballer who plays for the ACT Brumbies in Super Rugby.He previously played rugby league for the New Zealand Warriors and was contracted to the Melbourne Storm in the NRL,and has played rugby league for Tonga and New Zealand at international level.

Solomone Kata Family, Parents

Kata was born in Neiafu, Tonga, and moved to New Zealand in 2011 on a rugby union scholarship at Sacred Heart College, Auckland.Kata represented the Tongan under-21 side.

Solomone Kata Wife

Solomone Kata Married with wife Stephanie Tafea-Kata.The couple have a daughter together.There is not much information is available on social media about his personal life.

Solomone Kata Net Worth

Solomone Kata is a Tongan professional rugby union footballer who plays for the ACT Brumbies has an estimated Net Worth around $1 Million in 2022.

Professional Career

Kata switched to rugby league in 2013, signing with the New Zealand Warriors. Kata played for the Warriors Holden Cup team and was part of the side that lost the Grand Final 30–42 to the Penrith Panthers.

Kata played in the 2014 Auckland Nines with the first grade side, before returning to the under 20s competition. Kata won the Jack Gibson Medal as the grand final player of the match. On 20 October 2014 Kata made his international debut, playing for Tonga in their end-of-year test-match against Papua New Guinea.

On 2 May 2015, Kata played for Tonga against Samoa in the Polynesian Cup, playing at centre and kicking 2 goals in Tonga’s 16–18 loss at Cbus Super Stadium. Kata finished his debut year in the NRL with him playing in all of the Warriors 24 matches and being the top tryscorer with 12 tries in the 2015 NRL season, while mid-year his contract was extended until the end of 2018.

On 8 September 2015, Kata was named in the New Zealand Kiwis’ training squad. After not making the final New Zealand squad for the England tour, Kata played for Tonga in their Asia-Pacific Qualifier match against the Cook Islands for the 2017 Rugby League World Cup.

He played at fullback, scored a try and kicked 4 goals in Tonga’s 28–8 win at Campbelltown Stadium. In February, Kata played for the Warriors in the 2016 NRL Auckland Nines. On 7 May, he played for Tonga against Samoa in the 2016 Polynesian Cup, where he played at centre and kicked 1 goal.

Kata made 23 appearances for the Warriors in 2018, as the club returned to the finals for the first time since 2011, scoring 12 tries in total.He scored a try in the historic first-ever Test match between Tonga and the Australian Kangaroos on 20 October 2018, played in front of a sold-out crowd at Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland.

Kata was switched by the Warriors from left centre to right centre from the beginning of the season. After playing 6 matches and scoring 2 tries, with his form falling away he was dropped to their reserve team in the New South Wales Canterbury Cup.

On 24 June it was announced that he had been granted an immediate release and had signed a contract with the Melbourne Storm until the end of the 2020 season. Kata made his test debut for Tonga in rugby union on 6 November 2021 in a 69-3 loss to England as part of the Autumn Nations Series.