Brook James encourages Patrick Tuivua to stay in New Zealand

Brook James encourages Patrick Tuivua to stay in New Zealand


Third row Patrick Toivua caused a sensation with the France U20s during the Six Nations.

So much so that top 14 recruiters got excited when they saw him play.

Thus, many French clubs have already requested the 19-year-old for the coming seasons.

For example, we know that Patrick Toivua has already visited the sports facilities of the Rugby Club in Toulonnese and at the Rochlet Stadium.

But will the player agree to a move into the top 14 or will he stay in New Zealand to try his luck in Super Rugby?

For now, the mystery remains.

Meanwhile, Patrick Tuifua is in the Hurricanes reserve team as he explains via the team. Extracts:

“I am in the B team. If there are injuries, I have to prepare to play.”

Jono Gibbs also trusts. Extracts:

“Patrick is still eligible for the All Blacks. If the Hurricanes draft him, it's because they believe in him. This is the royal road to the All Blacks. »

For his part, former Claremont player Brock James has clearly indicated that he is campaigning for Patrick Tafoa to stay in New Zealand and not join the top 14.

“We are very happy to have Patrick. He is exceptional athletically, he has assists at both ends. The best is yet to come.

I encourage him to stay in New Zealand for a few years, to perfect his technique as best as possible. It's in his best interest. »

Another question that arises: Will Patrick Tuifua play for the French XV or the All-Blacks?

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