Western Australian product Chance Peni returns to his home state after spending the last five years plying his trade in rugby league. The New Zealand-born talent came through the RugbyWA pathway playing in Western Australia junior teams alongside fellow homegrown Force players Luke Burton, Ross Haylett-Petty, Harry Scoble, Richard Hardwick and Kane Koteka before being lured east. Blessed with spectacular speed and strength with ball in hand Peni flourished in league playing for the Junior Kiwis and a Test for the Cook Islands before signing with the Wests Tigers. With the ability to play both on the wing and in the centres the former Aranmore Catholic College student is an exciting addition to the Road Safety Western Force backline in 2017.
Plays Holden Cup for the Wests Tigers before returning home and signing with the Western Force in November.
Plays Holden Cup for the Wests Tigers, represents the Cook Islands in their World Cup qualifier match against Tonga.
Signs a two-year deal with the Wests Tigers before representing the Junior Kiwis against the Junior Kangaroos
Makes a code switch to rugby league to join the Newcastle Knights National Youth Competition (NYC) team.
Represents WA Schoolboys, Perth Gold and Force A, playing wing and centre.
Member of the Western Force Academy while at Aranmore College.