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Eamon Lui-Fakaotimanava
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Born (1986-03-14) March 14, 1986 (age 38)
NationalityNew Zealand
Alma materVictoria University of Wellington
OccupationWater Polo player

Eamon Holona Lui-Fakaotimanava (born 14 March 1986) is a former New Zealand Water Polo player.

He played for the New Zealand Men’s Water Polo team from 2007 - 2015, and played ~60 internationals for New Zealand. He captained the team at the 2014 Commonwealth Water Polo Championships in Aberdeen, and was vice captain at the 2013 FINA World Water Polo Championships, and the 2013 FINA World League.

He made his debut at the Southern Cross Cup vs the USA in 2007. Internationally, he previously played for the Miskolc Miskolc Vizilabda Klub in Hungary (2013/2014 - professionally), UZSC in the Netherlands (2017/2018), and the KFC Queensland Breakers in Australia (2009, 2010).

In New Zealand, Eamon hails from the Hutt Water Polo Club in Lower Hutt, Wellington, and played for the Hutt Heat (2006 - 2016), winning the National Championship in 2011. He also played for Marist Water Polo Club in Auckland (2013), winning the National Championship and being awarded National League MVP in 2013.

Eamon is of Niuean and Pakeha descent, with Irish and Scottish heritage, and graduated from Victoria University of Wellington.


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