‘Good way for me to finish’: Harris-Tavita eyeing Samoan swansong


It has raised hopes that Samoa could mirror the emergence of Tonga as an international force.

“One-hundred per cent,” Harris-Tavita said. “If you look at this team on paper, it’s very talented, but there’s still guys that are a chance of coming back if they choose not to play for Australia.

Jazz Tevaga is all smiles during Samoa’s training session ahead of Saturday night’s clash with the Cook Islands.

Jazz Tevaga is all smiles during Samoa’s training session ahead of Saturday night’s clash with the Cook Islands.Credit:Getty

“This team by itself will be pretty special if we get to keep it together for the World Cup. If we can get a few of those bigger inclusions who are playing Origin,…



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