16th June 05:22 PM
Player transfers takes place ahead of Super Rugby with players that have links to Fiji
By Semi Turaga
Monday 07/01/2019
Fiji born All Blacks winger Waisake Naholo will stay with the Highlanders squad this season

A number of key player transfers have taken place ahead of the kick off of the Super Rugby season next month especially with players that have links to Fiji.

Isi Naisarani has left the Brumbies to play for the Rebels but Rob Valetini, Tevita Kuridrani and Henry Speight stay on with the Brumbies.

Sefanaia Naivalu has left the Rebels to join the Reds while Marika Koroibete remains with the Rebels.

Scott Higginbotham will play for the Reds again this year while Eto Nabuli who is now out of contract with the club is headed to French club Bordeaux.

The Waratahs will also be missing their giant winger, Taqele Naiyaravoro this season who is now playing for the Northampton Saints in the English Rugby Premiership.

Flying Fijians prop Kalivate Tawake is also out of contract with the Waratahs this season.

Michael Leitch is with the Sunwolves again this season.

Jone Macilai and Seta Tamanivalu will not play for the Crusaders this season.

Waisake Naholo and Tevita Nabura are in the Highlanders squad for this season.

The 2019 Super rugby season which will start on Friday 15 February.

The first match of the 2019 Super rugby season will be when the Chiefs host the Highlanders in New Zealand at a venue to be confirmed.

For full list: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_2018%E2%80%9319_Super_Rugby_transfers

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