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Warrior Glen Fisiiahi is set to make a return to rugby and will be joining the Chiefs for the next two years.

The 24 year-old former Wesley College Sports Dux and Counties Manukau U18 rugby player, who had offers to stay in rugby league said “I wanted a change and to switch back to Union with the Chiefs.”

“I have really enjoyed the league environment but I have rekindled my interest in rugby and want to try a different environment.  I’m looking forward to a new chapter in my sporting career and a fresh challenge.

The outside back said “I have been impressed by what I have seen at the Chiefs and I believe it will be a good fit for me.”

Coach Dave Rennie said “Glen is a great addition to our group. In the mould of Asaeli Tikoirotuma, he is electric, has a strong skill set and is an outstanding support player. The opportunity to roam on both sides of the park in our game will suit him.”

Fisiiahi has signed to play his ITM Cup for the Counties Manukau Provincial Union.

Counties Manukau CEO Andrew Maddock said “We are excited to welcome Glen back to Counties Manukau.  He will be a great asset to our Union and complement the Steelers well.”

After playing alongside Augustine Pulu and Charlies Piutau in the Wesley College First XV, Fisiiahi started playing league for the Junior Warriors in 2009.  He joined the first grade Warriors side in 2011 and has been part of the NRL team since.   He has also represented Tonga in the 2013 League World Cup. 

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