Occupation: Rugby Player and student at Daystar University
What made you get into rugby?
It was a game I had always had great interest in, right from primary school. I was in the junior primary school team. At St Mary’s High School, I joined the national team while in Form Three. I was made captain of that team. I love rugby because it makes me feel so energised and alive on the field. Biko Adema
How has your life changed since you went professional?
I can definitely say time has become precious; juggling school and rugby is a challenge. I have to work extra hard to keep up with my schoolwork.
What are some of the highlights of your career?
The most memorable times are when I won the Prescot Cup for St Mary’s High School in 2004 and when I served a try in last year’s World Cup, in our win against Fiji in the semi-finals.
Who is your ideal woman?
I like a woman who takes care of herself: smells good, is well groomed and has impeccable dressing sense. She should also have a great sense of humour and an interesting personality. I want a woman I can hang out with all day and still have plenty of interesting things to talk about.