June 21, 2022
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Vunivalu re-signing is a boost: Rennie

Wallabies coach Dave Rennie says Suliasi Vunivalu's decision to stay with the Queensland Reds is a boost for Australian Rugby.

The Fijian who was rumoured for a return to rugby league, signed on with the Reds for another season today.

"Having Suli re-sign is a massive positive for all supporters of Australian Rugby," Rennie told rugby.com.au.

"He's an incredible athlete with huge potential and having him in the Wallabies squad is only going to accelerate his development.

"His ability in the air is phenomenal and we've been impressed with his work ethic and desire to improve all areas of his game."

The Reds general manager of Professional Rugby Sam Cordingley,has backed the flyer to make an impact on the global stage.

"Suli is a very popular member of the Reds squad and it was pleasing to see his form being rewarded with Wallaby squad selection," Cordingley said.

"It is great news for the Reds and Wallabies that he has extended through 2023."

By Noa Biudole

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