Feaunati signs for Warriors
January 26, 2007
Samoa international Dominic Feaunati is joining Worcester Warriors.
The 28-year-old has penned a deal designed to keep him at Sixways the rest of this season and the following campaign.
Feaunati has already won seven caps for his country and played against England in the 2003 Rugby World Cup finals before switching codes to league.
"Dominic will add both power and pace to our back line at what is a vital time of the season for us," said Warriors' Director of Rugby John Brain.
Feaunati added: "I'm very excited about my move to Worcester and I've already been impressed by what I have seen. I'm confident I can play a big part in helping the team turn the season around at a crucial stage.
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