Newest squads, transfers, achieved offers for Waratahs, Rebels, Brumbies, Pressure, Reds and New Zealand groups,


Whereas the main focus of followers has turned to worldwide rugby, the coaches and workers at Tremendous Rugby Pacific golf equipment have been working to get their squads to ensure that 2023 and kicking off trial matches.

The 5 New Zealand Tremendous Rugby groups have all dropped their official squad lists (see them listed beneath).

Whereas the Kiwis had a coordinated announcement day, the Australian franchises will go their very own manner with squad bulletins on an advert hoc foundation by November.

The place squads are famous as ‘because it stands’ they aren’t official and data is our greatest estimation based mostly on info from has been offered by membership media managers or sourced from a number of information websites.

The place squads are listed as confirmed, they’ve been formally introduced by the golf equipment.

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(29/10/22): Western Pressure introduced Argentina prop Santiago Medrano is returning in 2023. Medrano had left the Pressure on the finish of final season to affix Worcester however the English membership’s monetary difficulties have seen them faraway from the competitors.

(28/10/22): The Brumbies have signed 24-year-old centre Tamati Tua. Tua, a former junior All Blacks participant, was a standout for Northland on this yr’s Nationwide Provincial Competitors (NPC) and joins the Brumbies having been a part of the Blues squad in 2022.
 

(26/10/22): All New Zealand groups introduced their squads for 2023 (see them beneath)

(13/10/2022): Fijian Drua have added three newcomers to their squad.

Elia Canakaivata was a flanker earlier than turning his consideration to rugby sevens, being a member of the silver medal profitable Commonwealth Video games crew. He virtually give up the game final yr following the 2020 loss of life of his father and brother in a automotive accident.

He’s joined by Emosi Tuqiri who’s the cousin of former Australian rugby star winger Lote Tuqiri and former Marist Ashgrove Brisbane schoolboy sensation, and Michael Naitokani, the Nadroga and Fijian Warriors participant. Tuqiri has been enjoying with GPS in Brisbane and was within the Melbourne Rebels arrange.

(23/9/2022): The Brumbies have added Sevens star Corey Toole to their squad.

Born in Wagga Wagga, Toole has represented the Brumbies at Colleges, U19 and Brumbies Runners stage, having honed his craft within the Bentspoke John I Dent Cup with the Gungahlin Eagles.
 
Toole has spent the vast majority of 2022 with the Australian Sevens squad the place he has rapidly grow to be a high-level performer on the World Rugby circuit, claiming each the Influence Participant and Rookie of the 12 months honours on the World Sevens Sequence awards.

Earlier within the week the Brumbies confirmed the exits of Rodney Iona, Cam Clark and Lachie Albert.

ACT Brumbies

The ACT Brumbies have a brand new/previous identify and a brand new/previous coach in Stephen Larkham, who has spoken about bringing a extra attacking model of rugby again to Canberra. They’ve misplaced Wallabies entrance rowers Scott Sio and Folau Fainga’a and backs Irae Simone and Tom Banks. The primary three additions to the squad had been pathways gamers profitable promotion, so anticipate loads extra incomings over the subsequent few months.

2023 Squad because it stands

Props: Allan Alaalatoa, Fred Kaihea, Sefo Kautai, Tom Ross, James Slipper, Harry Vella

Hookers: Lachlan Lonergan, Connal McInerney, Billy Pollard

Locks: Nick Frost, Tom Hooper, Cadeyrn Neville, Darcy Swain

Backrow: Jahrome Brown, Ed Kennedy, Luke Reimer, Pete Samu, Rory Scott, Rob Valetini, Charlie Cale

Halfbacks: Ryan Lonergan, Nic White

Flyhalves: Noah Lolesio, Jack Debreczeni

Centres: Hudson Creighton, Chris Feauai-Sautia, Len Ikitau, Ollie Sapsford

Outdoors backs: Jesse Mogg, Andy Muirhead, Tom Wright, Declan Meredith, Ben O’Donnell, Corey Toole

INS: Declan Meredith, Charlie Cale, Harry Vella (all pathways), Ben O’Donnell (Connacht), Jack Debreczeni (Hino Purple Dolphins), Corey Toole (Aus Sevens)

OUTS: Scott Sio (Exeter Chiefs), Irae Simone (Clermont), Tom Banks (Japan TBC), Folau Fainga’a (Western Pressure), Rod Iona (MLR), Lachie Albert (TBC), Cam Clark (TBC).

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Scott Sio poses during the Australian Wallabies 2022 team headshots session on June 24, 2022 in Sunshine Coast, Australia. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images for Rugby Australia)

Scott Sio.(Picture by Chris Hyde/Getty Pictures for Rugby Australia)

Melbourne Rebels

The Rebels have misplaced their captain Michael Wells in addition to their skilled Wallabies again Matt Too’mua whereas two children are heading to the NRL. They’ve made a begin on recruitment -with Monty Ioane a notable pickup – however have loads extra work to do.

2023 Squad because it stands

Props: Cabous Eloff, Pone Fa’amausili, Matt Gibbon, Cameron Orr, Sam Talakai, Isaac Aedo Kailea

Hookers: Jordan Uelese, Alex Mafi, Anaru Rangi

Locks:  Trevor Hosea, Matt Philip, Josh Canham

Backrow: Richard Hardwick, Tamati Ioane, Josh Kemeny, Rob Leota, Brad Wilkin, Tuaina Taii Tualima, Daniel Maiava

Halfbacks: Moses Sorovi, James Tuttle, Ryan Louwrens

Flyhalves: Carter Gordon, Mason Gordon

Centres: Stacey Ili, Ray Nu’u, Lukas Ripley

Outdoors backs: Lachlan Anderson, Reece Hodge, Andrew Kellaway, Joe Pincus, Ilikena Vudogo, Glen Vaihu, Lachie Anderson, Divad Palu, Nick Jooste, Monty Ioane

INS: Sam Talakai (Tokyo Sungoliath), Alex Mafi (Reds), Anaru Rangi (Shining Arcs), Tuaina Taii Tualima (Reds), Ryan Louwrens (Austin), Monty Ioane (Benetton).

OUTS: Michael Wells (Pressure), Sef Fa’agase (Reds), James Hanson (TBC), Efi Maafu (Rouen), Ross Haylett-Petty (TBC), Younger Tonumaipea (Melbourne Storm), Jeral Skelton (Canterbury Bankstown), Matt To’omua (Japan), Joe Powell (London Irish), Josh Hill (TBC), Rhys Van Nek (TBC), Tom Nowlan,

NSW Waratahs

Darren Coleman made an prompt impression final season, elevating performances and fan expectations. Welsh veteran Jamie Roberts has moved on together with an extended record of different gamers, however Coleman has once more leaned into expertise by bringing within the likes of Kurtley Beale and Fijian veteran Nemani Nadolo. The choice that has raised most eyebrows is that of Wallabies hooker Tolu Latu, who comes dwelling after a controversial and tough time in France. The Tahs look quick in some areas however have a number of gamers already lined up and awaiting official bulletins.

The primary such announcement function a triple enhance to their lock shares with the signing of Taleni Seu, Zac Von Appen, and Zane Marolt.

2023 Squad because it stands

Props: Angus Bell, Tiaan Taukipulu, Te Tera Faulkner, Harry Johnson-Holmes, Archer Holz, Tom Lambert,

Hookers: David Porecki, Tolu Latu, Mahe Vailanu

Locks: Jed Holloway, Ned Hanigan, Taleni Seu, Zac Von Appen (Sydney Uni), Zane Marolt (Brumbies Academy).

Backrow: Rahboni Warren-Vosayaco, Lachie Swinton, Michael Hooper, Will Harris, Hugh Sinclair, Charlie Gamble, Langi Gleeson

Halfbacks: Jake Gordon, Harrison Goddard, Teddy Wilson

Flyhalves: Will Harrison, Tane Edmed, Ben Donaldson, Jack Bowen

Centres: Joey Walton, Lalakai Foketi, Izaia Perese, Mosese Tuipulotu

Outdoors Backs: Mark Nawaqanitawase, Kurtley Beale, Dylan Pietsch, Nemani Nadolo, Harry Wilson, Ben Dowling, Max Jorgensen

INS: Kurtley Beale (Racing 92), Tolu Latu (Stade Français), Tom Lambert (Glasgow Warriors), Nemani Nadolo (Leicester Tigers), Harrison Goddard (LA Giltinis),  Taleni Seu (Toyota Industries Shuttles), Zac Von Appen , and Zane Marolt, Max Jorgensen (Academy).

OUTS: Alex Newsome (Clermont), Jeremy Williams (Pressure), Jamie Roberts (TBC), Henry Robertson (Pressure), Ruan Smith (Lions SA), Geoff Cridge (Bayonne), Tom Horton (Leicester Tigers), Max Douglas (Japan), Hugh Bokenham (TBC),  Carlo Tizzano (Ealing Trailfinders), Jack Grant (Ealing Trailfinders),  James Ramm (Northampton Saints), Triston Reilly (Wests Tigers – NRL), Tevita Funa (TBC)

Queensland Reds

Brad Thorn will probably be keen so as to add to his squad subsequent yr after they had been came upon within the knock out rounds. Lukhan Salakaia-Loto, who was overlooked within the chilly, has moved on, as has Alex Mafi, and Hamish Stewart, the latter becoming a member of the Pressure after the Reds had been angered by an method from the Rebels.

2023 Squad because it stands

Props: George Blake, Harry Hoopert, Zane Nonggorr, Taniela Tupou, Dane Zander, Sef Fa’agase

Hookers: Richie Asiata, Josh Nasser, Matt Faessler, George Blake

Locks: Angus Blyth, Lopeti Faifua, Ryan Smith, Luke Jones, Wilson Blyth, Connor Vest,

Backrow: Fraser McReight, Seru Uru, Harry Wilson, Liam Wright

Halfbacks: Spencer Denims, Tate McDermott, Kalani Thomas

Flyhalves: Lawson Creighton, Tom Lynagh, James O’Connor

Centres: Josh Flook, Isaac Henry, Hunter Paisami

Outdoors backs: Jock Campbell, Filipo Daugunu, Mac Grealy, Jordan Petaia, Suliasi Vunivalu

INS: Luke Jones (Racing 92), Sef Fa’agase (Rebels), George Blake (Academy), Wilson Blyth (Academy),

OUTS: Feao Fotuaika (TBC), Alex Mafi (Rebels), Lukhan Salakaia-Loto (Northampton), Angus Scott-Younger (Northampton), Tuaina Taii Tualima (Rebels), Hamish Stewart (Pressure).

Western Pressure

New coach Simon Cron has vowed to reshape the crew in pursuit of a transfer up the desk. The previous junior Wallabies coach, Waratahs assistant and Shute Defend profitable coach with Norths has been with Toyota Verblitz the place he labored underneath New Zealand World Cup-winning coach Steve Hansen. Cron has focused a prop, centre and lock as he goals to finalise his squad.

“We had a whole lot of turnover for various causes however I’m excited in regards to the boys I’ve bought now,” he instructed the West Australian newspaper. “We’ve bought to be good round how we recruit, clear on who we signal. We’ve got to assume outdoors the field.”

2023 Squad because it stands

Props: Bo Abra, Harry Lloyd, Tom Robertson, Angus Wagner, Sifa Amone, Andrew Romano, Santiago Medrano

Hookers: Feleti Kaitu’u, Jack Winchester, Folau Fainga’a

Locks: Ryan McCauley, Jackson Pugh, Izack Rodda, Sitaleki Timani, Jeremy Williams, Will Sankey, Felix Kalapu

Backrow: Tim Anstee, Ollie Callan, Kane Koteka, Michael Wells, Ned Slack-Smith

Halfbacks: Isaac Fines-Leleiwasa, Ian Prior, Henry Robertson

Flyhalves: Reejan Pasitoa, Hamish Stewart, Bryce Hegarty

Centres:  Bayley Kuenzle, Grason Makara, George Poolman,

Outdoors backs: Daniel Ala, Manasa Mataele, Toni Pulu, Jake Strachan, Reece Tapine, Chase Tiatia, Rupeni Mataele

INS: Chase Tiatia (Hawke’s Bay), Bryce Hegarty (Leicester Tigers), Henry Robertson (Waratahs), Folau Fainga’a (Brumbies), Jeremy Williams (Waratahs), Michael Wells (Rebels), Sifa Amone (Academy), George Poolman (Academy), Andrew Romano (Academy), Rupeni Mataele (Academy), Ned Slack-Smith (Academy), Felix Kalapu (Previous Glory DC).

OUTS: Greg Holmes (retired), Jeremy Thrush (retired), Richard Kahui (retired), Brynard Stander (TBC), Kyle Godwin (Lyon), Fergus Lee-Warner (Worcester Warriors), Andrew Prepared (Colomiers), Brad Lacey (TBC), Byron Ralston (Connacht), Jack McGregor (TBC), Jake McIntyre (France), Michael McDonald (Ulster).

Fijian Drua

Fijian Drua’s largest signing thus far is that of CEO Mark Evans, a former CEO of Western Pressure and Melbourne Storm, who’s charged with taking the membership on after their entry into the competitors final season.

2023 Squad because it stands

Props: Haereiti Hetet, Jone Koroiduadua, Meli Tuni, Kaliopasi Uluilakepa, Manasa Saulo, Samuela Tawake, Timoci Sauvoli, Mesake Doge, Emosi Tuqiri

Hookers: Mesu Dolokoto, Tevita Ikanivere, Zuriel Togiatama

Locks: Chris Minimbi, Ratu Rotuisolia, Sorovakatini Tuifagalele, Viliame Rarasea

Backrow: Joseva Tamani, Kitione Salawa, Meli Derenalagi, Nemani Nagusa, Raikabula Momoedonu, Rusiate Nasove, Vilive Miramira, Isoa Nasilasila, Te Ahiwaru Cirikidaveta, Elia Canakaivata

Halfbacks: Leone Nawai, Peni Matawalu, Simione Kuruvoli

Flyhalves: Teti Tela

Centres: Apisalome Vota, Kalaveti Ravouvou, Kalione Nasoko, Seru Vularika, Michael Naitokani

Outdoors Backs: Vinaya Habosi, Kitione Taliga, Napolioni Bolaca, Tuidraki Samusamuvodre, Iosefo Masi

INS: Timoci Sauvoli (France), Mesake Doge (Dragons WAL), Iosefo Masi (Nth Qld Cowboys), Elia Canakaivata (sevens), Emosi Tuqiri, Michael Naitokani (Fijian Warriors).

OUTS: Onisi Ratave (Benetton)

Blues

Final yr’s overwhelmed finalists added three children to their record for 2023 together with blindside flanker Rob Rush, son of former All Black and Sevens legend, Eric Rush. The others are prop Josh Fusitu’a and out of doors again Caleb Tangitau.

“Clearly we need to go one additional, I do know the boys will come into Blues HQ able to hit the pre-season with some objective – we all know the arduous work begins this facet of Christmas,” mentioned coach Leon MacDonald.

“We took some actually promising strides final season, so for me as a coach it’s about constructing on what went effectively whereas additionally bringing some recent pondering and concepts to the desk.”

2023 CONFIRMED SQUAD

Props: Alex Hodgman, James Lay, Ofa Tuungafasi, Marcel Renata, Nepo Laulala, Josh Fusitu’a

Hookers: Kurt Eklund, Soane Vikena, Ricky Riccitelli

Locks: James Tucker, Sam Darry, Patrick Tuipulotu

Unfastened forwards: Taine Plumtree, Tom Robinson, Akira Ioane, Dalton Papali’i, Anton Segner, Hoskins Sotutu, Cameron Suafoa, Adrian Choat, Rob Rush

Halfbacks: Finlay Christie, Sam Nock, Taufa Funaki

Flyhalves: Beauden Barrett, Harry Plummer, Stephen Perofeta

Centres: Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, Tanielu Tele’a, Rieko Ioane, Corey Evans

Outdoors backs: Mark Telea, Caleb Clarke, Bryce Heem, AJ Lam, Jacob Ratumaitavuki-Kneepkens, Zarn Sullivan, Caleb Tangitau.

INS: Patrick Tuipulotu (Toyota Verblitz), Josh Fusitu’a (Academy), Rob Rush, Caleb Tangitau

OUTS: Karl Tu’inukuafe (Montpellier), Josh Goodhue, Luke Romano, Tamati Tua

Chiefs

All Black Damian McKenzie returns from Japan to bolster the Chiefs but it surely offset considerably by the lack of Jonah Lowe.

Of the 38 gamers named; 15 have run out within the All Blacks jersey, seven are within the present All Blacks squad, and 5 within the All Blacks XV.

Coach Clayton McMillan mentioned: “There’s a whole lot of consistency in our choice with solely 4 new recruits, and the return of fan favorite Damian McKenzie, as additions to the squad. That is mirrored in our perception that we’re trending in the appropriate route. Our comparatively younger squad is maturing properly and now we have developed real cohesion and depth throughout the squad. We sit up for stepping into our work over the summer time and hitting the bottom working in entrance of our loyal followers subsequent yr.”

Of the brand new additions, two are transfers from the Highlanders – Ngantungane Punivai and Manaaki Selby-Rickit.

2023 CONFIRMED SQUAD

Props: Aidan Ross, Atunaisa Moli, Angus Ta’avao, Ollie Norris, Jared Proffit, George Dyer

Hookers: Samisoni Taukei’aho, Bradley Slater, Tyrone Thompson

Locks: Tupou Vaa’i, Brodie Retallick, Laghlan McWhannell, Naitoa Ah Kuoi, Josh Lord, Manaaki Selby-Rickit

Unfastened Forwards: Sam Cane, Luke Jacobson, Simon Parker, Pita Gus Sowakula, Kaylum Boshier, Samipeni Finau

Halfbacks: Brad Weber, Xavier Roe, Cortez Ratima

Flyhalves: Bryn Gatland, Josh Ioane

Centres: Alex Nankivell, Anton Lienert-Brown, Quinn Tupaea, Rameka Poihipi, Gideon Wrampling

Outdoors backs: Damian McKenzie, Emoni Narawa, Etene Nanai-Seturo, Shaun Stevenson, Rivez Reihana, Ngantungane Punivai, Peniasi Malimali

INS: Damian McKenzie (Tokyo Sungoliath), George Dyer (Waikato), Peniasi Malimali (Counties Manukau), Jared Proffit (Taranaki),  Ngantungane Punivai (Highlanders), Manaaki Selby-Rickit (Highlanders)

OUT: Chase Tiatia (Western Pressure), Jonah Lowe (Highlanders), Kaleb Trask (Honda Warmth), Sione Mafileo, Reuben O’Neill, Mitchell Brown,

Hurricanes

Whereas the core of the squad is maintained from 2022, the Hurricanes made 5 signings. Waikato outdoors Dan Sinkinson, Taranaki’s Kini Naholo and Manawatū’s Brett Cameron be part of the membership for the primary time, and Wellington up and comers, Riley Higgins and Peter Lakai signal their first skilled Tremendous Rugby contracts with the Hurricanes. 

2023 CONFIRMED SQUAD

Props: Tevita Mafileo, Xavier Numia, Tyrel Lomax, Pasilio Tosi, Pouri Rakete-Stones, Owen Franks

Hookers: Asafo Aumua, Dane Coles, Jacob Devery

Locks: James Blackwell, Dominic Chook, Justin Sangster, Caleb Delany, Isaia Walker-Leawere

Unfastened forwards: Brayden Iose, Du’Plessis Kirifi, Reed Prinsep, Ardie Savea, Tyler Laubscher, Devan Flanders, Tekemaka Howden, Peter Lakai

Halfbacks: Jamie Sales space, TJ Perenara, Cam Roigard

Flyhalves: Aidan Morgan, Brett Cameron

Centres: Billy Proctor, Peter Umaga-Jensen, Bailyn Sullivan, Riley Higgins 

Outdoors backs: Julian Savea, Jordie Barrett, Salesi Rayasi, Josh Moorby, Ruben Love, Dan Sinkinson, Kini Naholo

INS: Brett Cameron (Kamaishi Seawaves), Riley Higgins,  Peter Lakai (rookie), Kini Naholo, Dan Sinkinson

OUTS: Alex Fidow,(TBC), James O’Reilly (TBC), Leni Apasai (Highlanders), Tom Parsons (TBC), Scott Scrafton (Benetton), Jackson Backyard-Bachop (TBC), Teihorangi Walden (TBC), Wes Goosen (Edinburgh), Blake Gibson, Caleb Delany, Pepesana Patafilo,

Crusaders

Some massive names are departing the SRP defending champions however Scott Robertson has been capable of bolsetr the crew with some returning expertise.

Scott Robertson, Crusaders Head Coach, mentioned the 2023 squad represented a mixture of previous and new expertise and was feeling assured forward of the season kicking off in February.

“We’ve got a superb balanced squad this yr, with some seasoned veterans and an extremely hard-working new crew of Crusaders,” Robertson mentioned.

“I’m happy with the group we’ve put collectively this season, and I do know they’re all prepared and excited to symbolize the Crusaders area on the massive stage.”

2023 CONFIRMED SQUAD

Props: Joe Moody, Oli Jager, Fletcher Newell, George Bower, Tamaiti Williams, Finlay Brewis

Hookers: Codie Taylor, Brodie McAlister, George Bell

Locks: Scott Barrett, Quinten Unusual, Mitchell Dunshea, Sam Whitelock, Zach Gallagher

Unfastened forwards: Tom Christie, Ethan Blackadder, Sione Havili, Cullen Grace, Dominic Gardiner, Corey Kellow, Christian Lio-Willie

Halfbacks: Mitch Drummond, Noah Hotham, Willi Heinz

Flyhalves: Richie Mo’unga, Fergus Burke, Taha Kemara

Centres: Jack Goodhue, David Havili, Braydon Ennor, Dallas McLeod

Outdoors backs: Chay Fihaki, Sevu Reece, Will Jordan, Leicester Fainga’anuku, Pepesana Patafilo, Melani Nanai

INS: Noah Hotham (Tasman Mako), Christian Lio-Willie (Highlanders), George Bell, Pepesana Patafilo (Hurricanes), Melani Nanai

OUTS: Abraham Pole (Moana Pasifika), Pablo Matera, Bryn Corridor (Shizuoka Blues), Inga Finau (Chiefs), George Bridge (Montpellier), Shilo Klein, Te Toiroa Tahuriorangi, Simon Hickey, Isaiah Punivai, Kini Naholo

Highlanders

The Highlanders will begin the season with a brand new head coach in Clarke Dermody and he will probably be backed by former SR profitable coach Chris Boyd.

2023 CONFIRMED SQUAD

Props: Ayden Johnstone, Jeff Thwaites, Ethan de Groot, Jermaine Ainsley, Daniel Lienert-Brown, Saula Ma’u, Luca Inch

Hookers: Rhys Marshall, Andrew Makalio, Leni Apisai

Locks: Josh Dickson, Max Hicks, Pari Pari Parkinson, Fabian Holland, Will Tucker

Unfastened forwards: James Lentjes, Billy Harmon, Hugh Renton, Shannon Frizell, Marino Mikaele-Tu’u, Sean Withy, Nikora Broughton

Halfbacks: Aaron Smith, Folau Fakatava, James Arscott

Flyhalves: Marty Banks, Mitch Hunt, Cameron Millar

Centres: Fetuli Paea, Thomas Umaga-Jensen, Scott Gregory

Outdoors backs: Connor Backyard-Bachop, Mosese Dawai, Vilimoni Koroi, Sam Gilbert, Josh Timu, Jonah Lowe, Jona Nareki

INS: James Arscott (Otago), Jonah Lowe (Chiefs), Cameron Millar, Nikora Broughton, Fabian Holland, Will Tucker (New York)

OUTS: Liam Coltman (Lyon), Christian Lio-Willie (Crusaders), Kayne Hammington (TBC), Sio Tomkinson (Dragons WAL), Ngantungane Punivai (Chiefs), Manaaki Selby-Rickit (Chiefs), Solomon Alaimalo, Bryn Evans, Sam Caird, Gareth Evans

Moana Pasifika

It was a troublesome street for the crew final season and they’re but to announce any signings for the brand new marketing campaign, whereas seeing three of their cohort heading off to European golf equipment.

2023 Squad

Props: Sekope Kepu, Isileli Tuungafasi, Joe Apikatoa, Tau Koloamatangi, Ezekiel Lindenmuth, Chris Apoua

Hookers: Ray Niuia, Sam Moli, Luteru Tolai

Locks: Don Lolo, Mike McKee, Alex McRobbie

Unfastened Forwards: Jack Lam, Sione Tuipulotu, Solomone Funaki, Penitoa Finau, Lotu Inisi, Sam Slade, Alamanda Motuga

Halfbacks: Ereatara Enari, Jonathan Taumateine, Manu Paea

Flyhalves: Christian Lealifano, Lincoln McClutchie, William Havili

Midfielders: Levi Aumua, Danny Toala, Henry Taefu, Tremendous Inisi

Outdoors Backs: Lolagi Visinia, Neria Fomai, Tomasi Alosio, Timoci Tavatavanawai, Tima Fainga’anuku, Anzelo Tuituvuki

INS:

OUTS: Henry Stowers (Benetton), Veikoso Poliniati (Racing 92), Solomone Kata (Exeter).



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