October 04, 2022
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Nothing better than win : Kikau

Vodafone Fiji Bati and Penrith Panthers enforcer Viliame Kikau says no better way than winning back-to-back Premiership titles before parting ways with the club.
27-year-old who departed the Panthers after six seasons signed a four-year deal to join the Bulldogs from 2023 onwards and was clearly emotional following the Panthers huge 28-12 grand final victory against the Parramatta Eels on Sunday.
Kikau played 123 games for Penrith, making his debut in 2017.
"It feels good, winning the premiership, it feels pretty similar (to last year), obviously with the same boys, not a lot of changes in the squad," Kikau told foxsports.com.au.
"We are just happy to put in a good performance like that… this club has done a lot for myself, not only to be a better player, but to be a better person off the field."
"No better way to leave the club than winning a premiership."
By Romeka Romena

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