Sam Ayoub‘s client Marika Koroibete put on a show as Australia recovered from a tough first half to defeat Fiji in their #RWC2019 opener. Watch video on Rugby World Cup
Sam Ayoub‘s client Marika Koroibete is not known for his kicking, and as one of the fastest men in world rugby, nor should he be. But Koroibete‘s dedication to improving his kicking skills – on a just-in-case basis – exemplifies the outstanding work ethic of the star Wallabies winger, according to Samu Kerevi. Read the entire story on Rugby.com.au written by
Sam Ayoub‘s client Star winger Marika Koroibete will remain in Australian rugby for at least two more seasons after re-signing until the end of the 2021 Super Rugby campaign. The Fijian-born Koroibete was lured to the code from the Melbourne Storm in 2016 and he has become a key player for the Wallabies and for the Melbourne Rebels, with his
A more refined Marika Koroibete [Sam Ayoub‘s client] is learning to pick his moments as he pushes his Wallabies coach Michael Cheika for a chance against Argentina in Brisbane on Saturday. Follow this story on www.rugbypass.com Pleading his case, Koroibete said he had come a long way since playing in the 2016 NRL grand final for the Melbourne Storm. “My
Melbourne Rebels coach Dave Wessels has lauded [Sam Ayoub‘s client ] Marika Koroibete as “by quite some way” the best winger in Australia. Koroibete was the stand-out in his team’s 20-15 Super Rugby loss to the NSW Waratahs at AAMI Park on Friday night in what was a mostly frustrating, error-riddled performance by the Rebels. The Online Editors of Rugby Pass tells this story.