From Sugar City to Twickenham: How new England forward Nathan Hughes grew up playing hockey and wearing grass skirts in Fiji



It was back in Sugar City - the heart of Fiji's cane-growing region - where Nathan Hughes discovered his taste for sport. Hockey was his childhood passion, with both parents representing the national team, and he only switched to rugby aged 17.
In one of his earliest games for St Thomas High School, Lautoka, he tackled an opponent into touch with such force that he shattered a wooden chair on the sideline. A late bloomer, Hughes was blessed with power and onlookers spotted his potential.
Having lived in England for three years, the Wasps No 8 is finally eligible for Eddie Jones's side... read more

 
14 November 2016 in Sport, Views: 44
Source: Daily Mail
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