Western Power has beefed up its superior pack for the rest of Tremendous Rugby AU with the signing of the previous Wallabies Sitaleki Timani lock.
The 18-Check striker has been taking part in for Clermont Auvergne in France for 4 years, after leaving the Waratahs for Montpellier in 2013.
Timani, 34, will add expertise to a Power Pack that already options veterans Jeremy Thrush and Greg Holmes, in addition to rising stars Brynard Stander, Fergus Lee-Warner and Tim Anstee.
“To begin with, I wish to thank Clermont for all their assist over time and extra just lately in our choice to return dwelling for household causes. They’ve been an enormous a part of our lives and I want them continued success sooner or later. I would not be the participant I’m at present with out them, ”stated Timani.
“Becoming a member of the Western Power the place I began my skilled rugby profession is one thing I may by no means have imagined. It’s a membership with nice ambition, and I look ahead to returning to the Sea of quickly. Blue at HBF Park. “
Rugby power chief Matt Hodgson has stated the addition of Timani will assist offset a few of the accidents the franchise has already suffered in Tremendous Rugby AU, together with their long-awaited first win since 2017 in opposition to the Waratahs final Friday night time.
“Timani provides invaluable expertise to the group. His consistency in Tremendous Rugby and overseas proves his adaptability and drive,” stated Hodgson.
“To have a participant from Timani’s class be a part of the squad at this level after just a few accidents is unbelievable and we will not wait to see him within the blue jersey once more.”