March 09, 2021
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Kerevi stamps his mark in Japan

Fiji-born former Wallabies vice-captain Samu Kerevi scored two tries in the weekend as Suntory Sungoliath outclassed Munakata Sanix Blues 75-10 in Japan's Top League.

Kerevi produced a powerful performance in the Round 3 clash and has again shown why he remains a wanted man in Australia.

With four tries in three games, the blockbusting centre is relishing life playing outside All Blacks playmaker Beauden Barrett.

The pair's scintillating form in Japan could see Kerevi and Barrett  meet up on opposite sides later in the year during the Bledisloe Cup.

While Suntory has recorded a maximum 15 points in the competition's Red conference, former Wallabies coach Robbie Deans has achieved the same with his Panasonic Wild Knights, who lead the White section after beating the Canon Eagles 47-0.

By Romeka Romena 


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