Tony Lewis is an experienced New Zealand rugby administrator and former WA rugby union representative player. He has coached professionally in the UK and taught physical education in Perth, London and New Zealand.
Mr Lewis played for the Western Suburbs club (now Wests Scarborough) while living in Perth in the late 1980s and represented the State in 1987, before later making a successful transition into sporting administration.
Mr Lewis has been the chief executive of Tasman Rugby Union for seven years, during which time the Tasman Mako emerged as New Zealand’s champion provincial team and became a production line for Super Rugby and international players.
Prior to the Tasman Mako, Mr Lewis was general manager of Sydney’s Randwick Rugby Club, and NSW Cricket SpeedBlitz Blues high performance and player welfare manager.