October 05, 2022
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Tigers move is more of a business: Koroisau

Three time Premiership winner Apisai Koroisau says the move from Penrith to the West Tigers is more of a business decision.
The Fiji Bati hooker revealed to FoxSports that he would have stayed with the Panthers if they could have been in a position to afford him.
“It’s a business these days and if it wasn’t for the salary cap stuff I would have been happy to stay at Penrith,” Koroisau said.
“But these guys are in good stead, they’ve got nothing to worry about here."
“But it’s definitely (tough). 
“It won’t hit me until I’m at home by myself and all the partying is done and I have some time to think, so that’ll be in two or three days-time.”
Koroisau believes he can play beyond his next contract which will keep him at the Tigers until the end of 2025.
“Definitely, especially after playing here with these guys, they’re so young and give you so much energy and winning helps, nobody can deny that, that’s a huge thing.
“I feel great at the moment. 
“My career has been great so far and I’ve feel like I’ve been playing some good footy these past few years.”
Koroisau added he was in a great place and could play for four more years.
By Noa Biudole

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