Samoan wing Sinoti Sinoti joins Aironi

Guinness PRO12 Editor

1 Sep 2011


Aironi announce the signing of Sinoti Sinoti.

In adding the Samoan international, the Italian side bolster their back line with a speedy try-scorer.

Sinoti was born on September 9, 1985 in Wellington, New Zealand. He arrived for in Europe in 2008 when he joined his cousin, All Black Jerry Collins in. Sinoti scored crucial tries as Toulon avoided relegation from the Top 14. He spent the 2009-2010 season between Toulon and Castres before returning to New Zealand to play for Hawke’s Bay.

His addition gives Aironi a strong finisher who can convert the work of the team into points. Sinoti scored three tries in three Challenge Cup appearances and also has scored 5 tries from 15 starts in the Top 14.

Sinoti Sinoti will arrive in Italy next week, when scrum-half Tyson Keats will also reach Aironi. 


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