Keeghan Sefton is proof you can never change a Tiger’s stripes

By Michael Atkinson You can’t change a Tiger’s stripes. Keeghan Sefton moved to Australia from Tauranga, New Zealand, at the age of 12 and played his first six years of club rugby at Easts Tigers, at Bottomley Park. After graduating from Brisbane State High School, alongside an all-star cast including Curtis Browning, Samu Kerevi and Chris Feauai-Sautia, Sefton decided to continue his rugby apprenticeship at Souths in their Colts program. The change of scenery did the young outside back a world of good. A second XV player at State High, Sefton developed into a quality Premier Rugby talent at Chipsy Wood. But the lure of playing with old mates and under an old coach was too strong and the former Tiger-turned-Magpie, became a Tiger again. “It’s honestly been a couple of years in the making; ever since Sione (Fukofuka) became Assistant Coach (at Easts),” Sefton told Rugby News. “He coached us at school and he took me to Souths at the time.” “He m
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