He entered at 19 ‘of the complement in the defeat of his team, Western force, in view of Brumbies 42-14. Showed some sparkles of his power each time he faced with the oval in his hands and his skills for the tackle when it was his turn to retrieve the ball. For Tomás Lezana it was not just another presentation in Canberra, because he completed 50 games in Super Rugby. The celebration is twofold, on March 26 it is also five years since its debut in the tournament.
The santiagueño made his presentation in the competition on the third row on March 26, 2016 with Jaguares against Stormers on the Velez court. The South Africans won by a tight 13-8 but the player emerged in Santiago Lawn Tennis he had the pleasure of playing three more games that year.
In 2017 and 2018 he became more established and played eleven games each season to touch his match ceiling in a Super Rugby year andn 2019 with 14 presentations. In 2018 and against Blues he scored his only try in the contest. In 2020 he was in all six games that the Jaguars played until the pandemic said enough.
He moved to Perth to play in the Western Force and has already added four games which allows him to accumulate half a hundred appearances in Super Rugby, a not inconsiderable figure in one of the most competitive tournaments in the world.