Dragons NRL star Zac Lomax and glamorous swimmer Tahlia Thornton go public with relationship

Footy star Zac Lomax and glamorous swimmer Tahlia Thornton go public with their romance as Kyle Chalmers has a very cheeky reaction to the pair going Instagram official

  • Lomax and swimmer Tahlia Thornton have debuted their relationship 
  • The pair posted some happy snaps while on holiday in Hawaii together
  • The Dragons gun is looking to put a disappointing 2022 season behind him
  • Thornton is one of the rising stars of the Aussie swimming world 

NRL superstar Zac Lomax and glamorous Aussie swimmer Tahlia Thornton have gone public with their blossoming relationship for the first time.

The 22-year-old Dragons gun has reportedly been dating the champion swimmer for several months, with the pair currently enjoying an idyllic holiday in Hawaii. 

Thornton posted a photo of the good-looking couple at the iconic Diamond Head lookout in Honolulu earlier this week, along with a few candid snaps of their adventures on the island paradise. 

Thornton made the walk in a pink and black activewear combo, while a shirtless Lomax was sporting a leather shoulder bag.

Dragons star Zac Lomax and glamorous Aussie swimmer Tahlia Thornton have debuted their new relationship while on holiday in Hawaii

Dragons star Zac Lomax and glamorous Aussie swimmer Tahlia Thornton have debuted their new relationship while on holiday in Hawaii

It was a fashion decision that caught the eye of star Aussie swimmer, Kyle Chalmers.

‘Nice manbag @zaclomax,’ he wrote on Thorton’s Instagram. 

The 190cm, 94kg muscle-bound Lomax was not embarrassed in the slightest, flinging the cheeky banter right back at Chalmers.

‘Same as your skinny Jeans and black nails … confidence,’ Lomax wrote, with a nail polish emoji. 

Chalmers pokes fun at Lomax's 'man bag'

Lomax wasn't having a bar with it, though

Kyle Chalmers pokes fun at Zac Lomax’s ‘man bag’, prompting a swift reaction

Aussie swimmer Kyle Chalmers, a teammate of Thornton's, stirred the pot on social media

Aussie swimmer Kyle Chalmers, a teammate of Thornton’s, stirred the pot on social media

Thornton has been spotted at some of Lomax’s Dragons games over the past few months, and posted shots of the pair shopping and eating some luxurious food while on holiday in Hawaii.

The talented swimmer won two relay medals at the NSW State Championships earlier this year, and placed fourth in the 200m backstroke at the national titles in May.

Big things are expected of of Thornton, who has her sights set on the 2024 Paris Olympics, having already represented the Australia ‘A’ team. 

Glamorous swimmer Tahlia Thornton is one to watch for Aussie fans as she sets her sights on competing in the Paris Olympics

Glamorous swimmer Tahlia Thornton is one to watch for Aussie fans as she sets her sights on competing in the Paris Olympics

Thornton looks stylish in a blue bikini late last year while on a break from training

Thornton looks stylish in a blue bikini late last year while on a break from training

Tipped very early on in his career to play for NSW after making his NRL debut in 2018, Lomax has since featured in headlines for the wrong reasons.

The goal-kicking centre was suspended and fined $31,000 for attending then-teammate Paul Vaughan’s infamous barbeque last year while the state was in the grips of harsh Covid restrictions.

His playing style has often earned the ire of top pundits and former players, but there is no doubting his immense talent. 

The Dragons centre has had a rollercoaster season

Lomax on holiday in the Maldives

Zac Lomax will be hoping to turn his inconsistent form around for the Dragons in 2023

The 10th-placed Dragons will be desperately hoping their $700,000-a-season star can turn his up-and-down form around next year. 

source: dailymail.co.uk