Kevin Tamati

Coaching Career

Vital Statistics

Born
Monday, 21st September, 1953
Current Age
70 years and 272 days

Honours & Awards

Based only on data available in the RLP database. This information should be used as a guide only.

Test Series
France vs New Zealand 1980, New Zealand vs France 1981, New Zealand vs Great Britain 1984, Great Britain vs New Zealand 1985
Challenge Cup
1983/1984
Premiership Trophy
1982/1983, 1985/1986

Known Family Links

Cousin
Howie Tamati

Coaching Career Statistics

All statistics shown in this section are based only on data available in the RLP database, and are not necessarily a complete and/or 100% accurate representation of a player's career. This information should be used as a guide only. If you see a question mark (?), it denotes that the figure is not available.

To view a list of corresponding matches, click on the List button.

Competitions

Competition     Games W L D Win %  
Challenge Cup 1 9 5 4 0 55.56% List
English Championship - 74 24 49 1 32.43% List
Regal Trophy - 8 4 4 0 50.00% List
Lancashire Cup - 10 7 3 0 70.00% List


Club Career

English Career - By Year

Team Season   Games W L D Win %  
Salford 1989/90   26 6 19 1 23.08% List
Salford 1990/91   10 7 3 0 70.00% List
Salford 1991/92   34 16 18 0 47.06% List
Salford 1992/93   31 11 20 0 35.48% List

English Career - By Team

Team Years   Games W L D Win %  
Salford 1989-92   101 40 60 1 39.60% List

Your Say

  • Anonymous
    10/10/2012

    To view a recent interview with this player, see the links below:-

    Kevin Tamati Talks Part 1 - http://youtu.be/9xLovh4XTZw
    Kevin Tamati Talks Pt 2 - http://youtu.be/anrNIuX1N88
    Kevin Tamati Talk - Pt 3 http://youtu.be/YynKIJPzc9U
    Kevin Tamati Talks - Part 4 - http://youtu.be/fqbEeAljLQA

  • david newton
    14/02/2017

    holiday in Australia had a fantastic conversation with one of your former players in on the Sunshine coast of Queensland Kevin Tamati smashing bloke it really made my holiday he still looks fit and powerful
    D.Newton

  • Albert Helg
    03/08/2023

    I had the pleasure of playing under Kevin's leadership in a friendly match between a retired pro league 13 vs West London Institute of Higher Education. I don't remember much about the game but it was high scoring and we won. The fly half was an England player called John Kear.
    Regards
    Albert Helg
    Fulham Rugby League 1988 to 1994 (London Broncos)

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Contributions: Paul Carter, Andrew Ferguson, Shawn Dollin, Greg Fiveash, Max Turner, Bill Bates, AJ Lucantonio, Tim Costello

Sources: Irvin Saxton's Record Keepers' Club, Rothmans Rugby League Yearbook (1981-82 to 1999)