12 Samoans who lit up the Gallagher Premiership

George Pisi

He initially moved to France in February 2011 as a medical joker for Gavin Williams, before then movung on to sign for Northampton for the 2011/12 season, and was named in the Aviva Premiership Dream Team during after his first season at the club. He’s now accumulated 141 appearances for the Saints.

Both his brothers, Tusi Pisi and Ken Pisi, have also played in the Premiership for Bristol and Northampton respectively.

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David Lemi

Weighing 75 kg and only 1.75m tall, he is one of the smaller professional rugby players. However, his electric pace and low centre of gravity enabled him to be the 2nd highest Premiership try scorer for the 2005-06 season; and top scorer in the 2006-07 season while playing for Bristol. He then had a stint at Wasps, Glasgow and Worcester before rejoining Bristol.

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