5. One-hungry for more Super action
After becoming the latest graduate of the Future Force Academy to make their Super Rugby debut for the Western Force, Onehunga Kaufusi Havili praised two men who've mentored him and signalled an intent toplay as much Super Rugby as possible.
“One of my goals at the start of the year was to play Super Rugby and I made it, so really happy." he told Elliot Raiter. “I was rooming with Tatafu Polota-Nau, we actually sat in the room and he was just telling me not to overthink the game. He told me to just go and do what you are capable of, giving me plenty of encouragement to go and play the game I love.”
He also praised the Club's CEO for helping him settle in Perth and pursue his goals.
“When I came here (to Perth) Mark Sinderberry was great,” he said. I stayed with him for about a year and a half. He helped me stay on the right path with training and things. I think he is the reason behind why I am so focused this year and why I played my first game. I struggled at times last year and ‘Sinders’ was really good for that.”
Read the full article here.