Paul Alo-Emile rugby player
Paul Alo-Emile rugby player

Paul Alo-Emile

22nd Dec 1991 1.80m/136kg Tighthead Prop

Paul, of Samoan heritage, grew up in Brisbane and represented the Australian Schoolboys while at State High School. He was a standout in the Queensland side that won the Australian Schools Rugby title in 2009. Paul’s early promise has seen him involved with the Australian Rugby Union’s National Talent Squad since 2006.

The Prop arrived in Victoria with massive potential. A fixture in the Australian U20 squad in 2010 and 2011, Paul was a key member of the group that finished third in the Junior World Championships, alongside Rebels teammate, Luke Jones.

Paul spent 2011 with the Western Force, but didn't manage to break through to the match day 22. He joined the Force after playing for Sunnybank in the Brisbane Premier Competition, during which he spent time with the Queensland Reds academy.

At the end of the 2013 Super Rugby season he had 19 Super Rugby caps, and the Rebels released him to Waikato for the 2013 ITM Cup season.

Alo-Emile joined Stade Francais at the end of the 2015 Super Rugby season.

The Samoan international become a regular in the starting lineup and in March 2018 he signed a new three year deal with the club, along with his brother Moses Eneliko.

In 2019 he was named in the Samoa Squad ahead of the Pacific Nations Cup


sf-blason-210x210 Stade Francais
Tighthead Prop
2015 - present
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Tighthead Prop
2017 - present
western-force Western Force
Loosehead Prop
2011 - 2011
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Tighthead Prop
2013 - 2014
rebels Melbourne Rebels
Loosehead Prop
2012 - 2015
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Tighthead Prop
2014 - 2015