Flying Fijian Semisi Masirewa made an immediate impact in his first season with the Road Safety Western Force, playing all 15 of the club’s matches in 2016 season including seven starts on the wing. Blessed with incredible footwork and a knack for beating the first defender the 24-year-old loves having the ball in his hands and looks to do damage with every touch. After a stellar debut year with the club Masirewa will look to take his game to another level after a strong season with the Perth Spirit as he sets his sights on a starting position in what will be a highly competitive back three this season.

Stats

Games: 
15
Points: 
0
Tries: 
0
Conversions: 
0
Penalty Goals: 
0
Drop Goals: 
0
Timeline: 
2016
Plays all 15 matches in his debut season with the Force. Wins Pindan Premier Grade title with Wests Scarborough and Buildcorp NRC title with the Perth Spirit.
2015
Joins the Manawatu Turbos as a loan player, having an outstanding season before breaking his ankle three games from the end of the season. Rejects New Zealand offers to join Western Force on development contract for two season.
2014
Plays 11 matches for Waikato in the National Provincial Championship.