September 06, 2021
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Kerevi impressive in Wallabies loss

Fiji-born centre Samu Kerevi gave in an impressive performance although the Wallabies lost the final Bledisloe Cup test 38-21 in Perth on Sunday.

The 27-year-old who donned the Wallabies jumper after two seasons threw two fine passes in the lead-up to the Folau Fainga’a try and he couldn’t throw balls that good in 2019.

Kerevi always seems like a player improving and trying to keep improving. Moving to his centre partner, Len Ikitau is making good progress.

When he was caught from behind just before half-time, there needed to be another support player with enough faith to chase hungrily believing the team was going to score.

By Romeka Romena 


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