June 28, 2022
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Ratuniyarawa joins London Irish

Veteran Flying Fijians forward Api Ratuniyarawa has signed with London Irish for two years.

Ratuniyarawa recently left the Northampton Saints since joining the club in 2016.

The 35-year-old war horse said he is still raring to go and not quite ready to call it a day on his rugby career.

“I plan on playing again after the World Cup, so will definitely see how the body feels after that, and if it still can go, then why not.”

Ratuniyarawa began playing in 2012 for North Harbour before moving to play for French Club Agen in 2013 and then the Northampton Saints.

By Noa Biudole
 


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