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Encyclopedia > David Lemi

David Lemi (born 10 February 1982) is a professional rugby player who plays for on the wing Bristol Rugby in the Guinness Premiership. Weighing in at 75kg and only measuring 1m.75 he is one of the smaller professional rugby players however; his electric pace and low centre of gravity enabled him to be the 2nd highest Premiership try scorer for 2005-06 season, and is looking to better the feat for 2006-07. February 10 is the 41st day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... 1982 (MCMLXXXII) was a common year starting on Friday of the Gregorian calendar. ... A Laughing Gull with its wings extended in a gull wing profile Aircraft wing planform shapes: a swept wing KC-10 Extender (top) refuels a trapezoid-wing F/A-22 Raptor A wing is a surface used to produce lift and therefore flight, for travel in the air or another... Bristol Rugby are the first class rugby club in Bristol, England. ... The Guinness Premiership is a professional league competition for rugby union clubs in the top division of the English rugby system. ...

His skills and leadership made him one of the best ever 7s player for Samoa, and as well as representing the 7s side he has won 7 caps for the senior 15-a-side team, and surely will be looking to make the 2007 World Cup squad for Samoa. Bold text // Rugby sevens being played at the 2006 Commonwealth Games, which was held at Melbournes Telstra Dome. ... The 2007 World Cup will be hosted by France, with matches played in Edinburgh and Cardiff as well. ...

He caught Bristol coach Richard Hill's eye in the Safari Sevens 2005 in Kenya and joined Bristol on a one year deal. The 2006 Safari Sevens logo. ...

David quickly impressed in 2005-6 and scored 8 tries in 12 appearances, and having become a crowd favourite at the Memorial Stadium. He signed a two year contract extension in spring 2006. There are many stadiums known as Memorial Stadium. ...

External link

  • David Lemi on bristolrugby.co.uk



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