It is hard to say whether he has more flair on or off of the field, though one thing is for sure, moving into his fourth year in Super Rugby, the Tomane name has risen in stock and is about to start paying dividends.
From making a successful conversion from the NRL, Joe Tomane where he starred for the Storm and Titans, has begun to show the class that comes with the 15 man game. Not only has Joey managed to convince Canberrans of his devastating form, but he also appeared in each Wallabies Spring Tour since the change of code.
The mercurial winger needs little more than an inch to find the try line, as demonstrated when showing off his aerial acrobatics to get the ball inside the corner flag. Match that with his lightning pace and natural talent, it is hard to put a limit on this guy’s potential.
Keeping busy in the off season too, Joe recently got hitched with his long term partner Anastacia. If 2015 can prove to be as fortunate for Joey, we should also expect to see him play in his 50th game and hopefully add some silverware for good measure.
Keep your ear out for Joe’s singing voice if you’re within earshot – he sings like an angle.