May 19, 2022
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Pulu returns to replace Mataele

Former Brumby and Chiefs winger Toni Pulu has replaced Flying Fijians winger Manasa Mataele in the Western Force squad to take on the Chiefs in Round 14 of the Super Rugby Pacific on Saturday.
This is after the club stated that Mataele is unavailable for selection due to an illness and Pulu re-joins the team after missing the last two games due to injury.
The side will be captained by Feleti Kaitu'u, who starts at hooker.
The Force takes on the Chiefs at 4.35pm at the FMG Stadium on Saturday.  
Force: Tom Robertson, Feleti Kaitu’u (C), Santiago Medrano, Ryan McCauley, Izack Rodda, Fergus Lee-Warner, Tim Anstee, Jackson Pugh, Ian Prior, Jake McIntyre, Toni Pulu, Reesjan Pasitoa, Kyle Godwin, Byron Ralston, Jake Strachan
Reserves: Andrew Ready, Angus Wagner, Bo Abra, Jeremy Thrush, Will Sankey, Michael McDonald, Richard Kahui, Brad Lacey
By Romeka Romena  

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