Thanks bro been wanting to see what all the fuss is about. Good depth singing imo. I think he would fill a good impact bench forward role more than startingSome clips of future Warrior Leivaha Pulu from Titans vs Broncos round 7.
I'm a big fan of the play before the points scoring play.
He looks like a bit of a rough diamond.
His defense isn't FG ready yet, and certainly not full FG. He posts lots of ineffective tackles in his stats. Hopefully SK can show him the light.Thanks bro been wanting to see what all the fuss is about. Good depth singing imo. I think he would fill a good impact bench forward role more than starting
Tohu was a good buy this season. Does his job, unselfish and reliable on defence. Also gives the props a good break when he takes hit ups late in the game, Quality dude.Really missed.
Since he went down I think the whole balance of that pack has gone a bit screwy.
Pulu was a legitimate threat on that left, Tohu on the right.....just opened up so much more options.
was happy when i heard pulu and passi were coming , so much potential which the titans seem to drain from alot of players
gutted Pulu is out for another 10 weeks or so, we have been missing him for sure, Papalii not at that level yet in my opinion
Chur! Hopefully we can work towards a fully fit squad leading into finals footy!Awesome news! Fingers crossed he can re-capture his awesome form from the start of the season
Pulu making return with ISP side on Sunday
Back rower Leivaha Pulu makes his much-awaited return from a long injury lay-off when he starts for the Vodafone Warriors in their 19th-round Intrust Super Premiership clash against the Wyong Roos at Mount Smart Stadium on Sunday (1.45pm kick-off).
Pulu appeared in each of the Vodafone Warriors’ five season-opening wins over South Sydney, Gold Coast, Canberra, the Sydney Roosters and North Queensland before being forced off the field with a foot injury 23 minutes into the sixth-round home clash against Brisbane.
He has been tasked with making his way back through the ISP before pushing his claims to regain a spot in the NRL squad. Pulu was originally targeted to return in round 20.
The Vodafone Warriors, coming off a tough 10-14 loss to competition leader Penrith, have also been boosted by the return of front rowers Sam Lisone and Ligi Sao plus centre Anthony Gelling; Lisone is back after serving a one-game suspension while Sao and Gelling were with the NRL side in Brisbane last weekend.
The seventh-placed Vodafone Warriors are one of two teams on 20 points, only two behind three teams on 22 points filling third, fourth and fifth.
Wyong is two points back in ninth spot on 18 points.
The Vodafone Junior Warriors face the Sydney Roosters in the Jersey Flegg Cup on Sunday (11.45am kick-off).
After a number of tight losses this season, they pulled off their most significant win of the campaign in holding off the highly-ranked Panthers 14-12 last Sunday.