Warriors Orange Peeler
Born in Auckland on January 27, 1974, Ngamu played for Marist and Northcote in Auckland before being signed by Manly, then coached by Graham Lowe, in 1992. He made his first-grade debut and nine appearances in all in 1992 and 1993, signed with the Warriors and then spent 1994 with South Sydney before returning home. Having made the Kiwis in 1993, he established himself with the Warriors from the outset going on to form a superb partnership with Stacey Jones; he still shares the club record for most points in a match (28). He finished with the club in 1999 to take up a contract with Huddersfield before later playing club rugby union in Sydney and club rugby league in Auckland. Ngamu is now back in Sydney where he works as a groundsman.
NRL career: 91 games (1992-1999), 287 points (12 tries, 118 goals, 3 field goals).
Warriors: 81 games (1995-1999), 283 points (11 tries, 118 goals, 3 field goals).