September 18, 2022
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Kerevi praises Ikitau's leadership growth

Wallabies barnstorming centre Samu Kerevi has praised the growth of Len Ikitau as a leader.
 
Kerevi, who looks to serve as a mentor to a youthful centres group said Ikitau takes a lot more responsibility in that space which he and Quade Cooper demanded from him.
 
"I'm really proud of Len (Ikitau). I see him as my little brother and especially partnering up with Hunter (Paisami), I’m really proud to see their progress."
 
 "It’s great to see him stepping into that role comfortably. It’s a great opportunity for ‘La’ (Foketi) to stamp his authority on this jersey."
 
"We need all of us pushing each other really hard for that jersey because it’s only going to make their combinations better." he said.
 
By Romeka Romena


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