|Full name||Iefata Sini|
24 December 1966 |
|Source: RLP ESPN Scrum|
Fata Sini (born December 24, 1966) is a Samoan rugby footballer who has played professional rugby league and international rugby union. His first break was in 1995 when he signed for the Salford City Reds. He also represented his country, Samoa, playing fly half. He became an instant favourite at The Willows with a style of running and a tackling technique that was compared to a bull charging a matador. He played for Samoa in the 1995 RU World Cup and his most recently against England. He now plays for Workington Town in LHF National League 2.
- Iefata Sini rugbyleagueproject.org
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