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We offer coaching, training, courses and camps for all ages. 

Location

Tuilagi Laird Park – Wood Lane, Norton Disney, Lincoln, LN6 9JP

A 60 acre site, located in a scenic woodland area, just off the A46, around the corner from the A1. It’s an ideal location whether you’re driving or using public transport, with on-site parking and a train station only a few miles away at Newark Northgate.

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The Tuilagi Brothers

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Tuilagi is a surname notably shared by a set of Samoan rugby-playing brothers. The five oldest have all represented Samoa at international level in a World Cup and the youngest chose to represent England:

​The brothers are also sun-ominous with the Leicester Tigers, each represented the East Midlands side at some point in their careers.

Famously, Manu the youngest brother, hasn’t represented Samoa like the rest of his brothers, but chose to play for England.

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Meet Freddie

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Meet Freddie

Freddie was one of the youngest members of the Samoan Rugby team that beat Wales at Cardiff Arms Park in the 1991 Rugby World Cup. He also went on to play in the 1995 Rugby World Cup in South Africa.

At the end of 1995 he switched code to rugby league and played for Halifax until 1998 when he joined St Helens and went on to win two Super League Championships.

In 2000 Freddie switched back to Union and signed with Leicester Tigers and was part of the team that won five premierships titles and two European Heineken Cups. Whilst with Tigers Freddie brought five of his brothers over from Samoa, Henry, Alesana, Andy, Vavae and Manusamoa, all of whom have gone on to play for Leicester Tigers.

Freddie retired from playing professional rugby in 2007 after short spells with Cardiff Blues and Castres in France.

In 2008 Freddie became the technical adviser for Rugby League Samoa at the Rugby League World Cup in Australia.

In 2009 he became director of rugby for the national team. In 2010 Freddie set up Tuilagi Rugby Skills with the aim of developing future rugby stars from grass roots level by giving them the best opportunities and world class coaching.

Meet Andy

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Meet Andy

Anitelea "Andy" Tuilagi (born 5 June 1986) is a Samoan rugby union player who plays for Sale Sharks in the Aviva Premiership either at wing or outside centre. 

He has played for Samoa, as well as club rugby for Leicester Tigers, in the Guinness Premiership, and a season loan at Leeds Tykes, now Leeds Carnegie, in National Division One. Tuilagi made his Leicester début at Welford Road against Gloucester as a replacement.

Andy is the younger brother of Freddie, Henry and Alex who are also Samoan internationals and all of whom have played for Leicester Tigers. He became the fourth member of the Tuilagi family to play at Leicester since elder brother Freddie Tuilagi made the move from St Helens rugby league club in June 2000. 

Two younger brothers, Vavae and Manu have also played for the Tigers. He has gained seven caps for Samoa.

Having spent time on loan at Leeds, Andy has ended his contract with Leicester Tigers to join Leeds Carnegie full time.

Meet Manu

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Meet Manu

Manu Tuilagi (born 18 May 1991) is a Samoan born English professional rugby union player who currently plays for Aviva Premiership side Leicester Tigers. He can play on the wing or centre.

Manu Tuilagi used to play junior rugby at Hinckley RFC from U14's to U16's; winning the Leicestershire county cup at U16's. He was a student at John Cleveland College where he has won the Leicestershire schools county cup 3 years running and played in the U15's Daily Mail Vase where on the way to the Final at Twickenham Stadium. 

Manu again played in the Daily Mail Vase final in u18's where he scored a try in the victory over Hampton School after collecting a cross-field kick.

Manu represented Leicester in the Middlesex Sevens at Twickenham in 2009. The team wasn't very successful and only made it out of the first round, having beaten London Wasps. In this game, Tuilagi made a big hit on Wasps sevens captain Chris Bishay.

Manu played for the victorious Leicester Tigers side against South Africa at Welford Road on 6 November 2009.

He begins his first season (2010–11) with the senior Tigers side with plenty of promise, Tigers' Director of Rugby Richard Cockerill professing he expected Tuilagi to be a first-team regular, and to receive international honours for England before long. He is widely regarded as the long term solution at outside centre for England, and is expected to take over when Mike Tindall retires.

Meet Alex

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Meet Alex

Alesana "Alex" Tuilagi (born 24 February 1981) is a Samoan rugby union footballer. He currently plays for the Leicester Tigers in the English club competition, the Aviva Premiership, and has appeared numerous times for his national team Samoa. He previously played for Parma in Italy.

The Tuilagi family has strong connections with Leicester Tigers; Alex's brothers Henry, Anitelia (Andy), and Fereti (Freddie) are all former players and two younger brothers, Vavae and Manu Tuilagi both played in a game for Leicester Tigers against the Classic All-Blacks, on the 25 May 2008.

Whilst at Parma, whom he played with for two seasons, he was equal second top try scorer of the league for the 2003–04 season, with 12 tries in total for the season. He helped them get to the semi-finals of both the domestic competition, and the ParkerPen Shield. He made his debut for Samoa in a 2003 Rugby World Cup qualifer against Fiji in June 2002.

He was included in the Pacific Islanders rugby union team tour to Europe in late 2006 and played a significant part in the Samoan national teams' successes in the Rugby World Cup in 2007.

Meet Henry

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Meet Henry

Henry Tuilagi (born 12 August 1976) is a Samoan rugby union footballer. He currently plays for USA Perpignan in the French club competition, the Top 14, and has appeared four times for his national team Samoa. He previously spent a year playing in the Italian super 10 competition for Parma as well as a spell in Rugby League.

Henry made 24 first team appearances during his first season with the Tigers. He scored a try on his debut match for the Tigers against London Irish. He soon established himself firmly in the Tigers lineup, but his next season was cut short with a broken leg in the final home game against the London Wasps.

Meet-Sanele

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Meet Sanele​

Sanele Vavae Tuilagi is a Samoan professional rugby union player. Sanele is the younger brother of former and current Samoan internationals Freddie, Henry, Alesana, Anitelea Tuilagi and the older brother of England international Manu Tuilagi.

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