|Full name||Sakiusa Masinivanua Matadigo|
|Date of birth||8 August 1982|
|Place of birth||Suva, Fiji|
|Height||6 ft 3 in (1.90 m)|
|Weight||17 st 2 lb (109 kg)|
|School||Suva Grammar School|
|Rugby union career|
|Position||Number eight, Flanker, Lock|
Sakiusa Masinivanua (Masi) Matadigo (born 8 August 1982 in Suva, Fiji) is a rugby union footballer who plays third row for Montpellier Hérault RC. He has been capped for the full Fiji national side, as well as representing Fiji at Sevens. Before moving to the Guinness Premiership in 2007, he had played representative rugby for Fiji Barbarians in the Pacific Rugby Cup and for Suva Highlanders in the Colonial Cup. His senior rugby career began playing for Suva suburb Nabua, as well as the full Suva F.C. side.
Matadigo was born in Suva, Fiji on 8 August 1982 and educated at Suva Grammar School where, in 2001, his final year, he played at Number 8 in the side that won the school the Fiji secondary schools competition, the Deans Trophy for the first time in 62 years.
2005 saw senior representative honours for Matadigo, first for Suva Highlanders in the Colonial Cup, which was to be a springboard to appearances in the famous Fiji Sevens side in the IRB Sevens World Series. During the year He played in the Dubai and George rounds of the 2005–06 World Sevens Series.
The same year saw further involvement for Matadigo in the national Sevens sides campaign in the 2005–06 Sevens World Series, appearing at the Wellington, USA, Hong Kong and Singapore rounds of the tournament.
Stade Nantes 2006–07
Following a personal recommendation from former Saracens and Fiji captain Simon Raiwalui, coach Alan Gaffney signed Matadigo, in time for the 2007–08 Guinness Premiership season. He was joined in the Saracens squad by current Fiji captain Mosese Rauluni and another full Fiji international Kameli Ratuvou upon these existing Saracens players' return from the 2007 Rugby World Cup.
Matadigo made his debut first team appearance for Saracens against Worcester Warriors on 6 October 2007. His second appearance, against Sale Sharks two weeks later saw Matadigo score his maiden try for his new club.
Matadigo returned to Suva in 2008.
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