- Born in Auckland, NZ
- Scored 54 tries in 238 first-grade appearances
- Played international football for Cook Islands and New Zealand
- Voice Against Violence Advocate since 2018
Born in Auckland, NZ, Alex played junior football with Northcote Tigers before moving to the Gold Coast as a teenager.
Alex signed with the Brisbane Broncos in 2009 where he has played 238 games scoring 54 tries. He has played representative football for both Cook Islands and New Zealand.
Over his nine years in first-grade football, Alex has been involved with a lot of community work through the Broncos and the NRL and is excited to lend his voice as an Advocate.
Players selected as Advocates have undergone interviews and a thorough induction so they can contribute to the mental wellness and inclusivity of our junior rugby league clubs and to use their voice and profile to amplify awareness of mental health and violence prevention.
"I feel the position I'm in and with the role that I play in the NRL I can use my platform to promote the anti-violence program and spark positive movement to educate the communities on the effects violence can have on everyone."