Northampton Saints has confirmed that Tongan centre Nafi Tuitavake has signed a one-year contract extension to remain at Franklin’s Gardens.
The New Zealand-born 29-year-old has featured regularly throughout the last two seasons, making 29 appearances in total for Saints following his arrival from Narbonne in 2016.
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Tuitavake has scored seven tries in his first two seasons, making his debut against French TOP 14 outfit Castres Olympique in the opening round of the Champions Cup in 2016.
“I’m delighted to be staying at Saints for another year, a decision which was very easy for me to make,” said Tuitavake, who has earned eight international caps for Tonga.
“The support I have received from Saints’ supporters since I have arrived at the club has been very humbling and something I am very grateful for.
“I love pulling on the black, green and gold jersey and running out at the Gardens – when it’s in full voice it’s a special place to play.
“Things are looking very positive for next season and I can’t wait to get back out there again. We have a very talented squad with some truly world-class players, and the prospect of working with new coach Chris Boyd next season is a hugely exciting.”