Premier Rugby: Rohan Saifoloi finds that home is where the Brethren are


Rohan Saifoloi credits his move home to Brisbane and Brothers with reigniting his love for the game. It’s a spark he will carry with him on to the field this weekend in the Brothers v GPS ‘Derby’ at Ashgrove.

The 28-year-old flyhalf has had an extensive representative career, including touring with the Samoan international side in Europe, playing Mitre 10 Cup in New Zealand, NRC and Australian Schools.

Moving back to his hometown of Brisbane to be closer to family and to play for Brothers last year has given him the drive to keep playing.

“Being a bit later in my career I just wanted to be around family and play in front of my family,” Saifoloi said.

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