10 years of service for David Fusitu'a
August 9, 2018 12:30 am
David Fusitu’a will become the eighth Warriors player to rank in 10 years of service to the Auckland Based Club.
The block busting winger signed a long term deal with the NRL club which sees him extend his contract to four seasons beyond its original expiry date next year.
Fusitua made his debut for the Warriors as a teenager in 2014 and will stay on till 2023.
Coach Stephen Kearney said it was a priority to retain the hulking right winger, whose diving corner finishes have become a trademark.
The Tongan international has scored 15 tries this season, and is committed for longer than any of his teammates.
The next longest contract is held by skipper Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, until 2022.