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Eight stars have worn primrose and blue
WARRINGTON Wolves have had eight Samoan internationals on their books – seven as players and one as a coach.
Current back rower David Solomona is the most capped of the bunch with seven appearances, while Wolves’ first-team coach Willie Poching also played six times for ‘Toa Samoa’.
Wolves’ past players to have represented the islanders are Henry Fa’afili, Danny Lima, Anthony Swann, Willie Swann, Tony Tatupu and Nigel Vagana.