Koloamatangi is determined to lead the Rabbitohs to a premiership.

Koloamatangi is determined to lead the Rabbitohs to a premiership.


Keaon Koloamatangi, a forward for the Westpac NSW Blues, has committed to staying in South Sydney for an additional two seasons and says winning an NRL Premiership is his top priority.

The Rabbitohs declared today that he will step down until the end of 2026.

After making his debut for the State of Origin and last week being selected for Tonga’s historic tour of England – the Pacific nation’s first – the 25-year-old has already had a massive year.
His five Tests with Tonga are already completed.

Koloamatangi, a junior from South Sydney, plays for the Mascot Jets, the same team as Cameron Murray, a teammate from NSW and the Rabbitohs.

Following his 2020 debut, he played 82 NRL games, all for the Rabbitohs, and he feels the team is about to make a significant move

He told rabbitohs . com .
au, “There’s massive belief here that we can win comps.”.

We’ve become really close in the last few years, so I didn’t want to leave and discard all of our previous hard work as well as the hard work that lies ahead of us.
Not in my DNA, that is.

“I want to win a competition here before I retire, and the Rabbitohs are always at the top of my mind.”.

On November 1st, Koloamatangi was supposed to go up for public sale.

He remarked, “Being re-signed with the Rabbitohs means the world to me and my family.”.

We had some time to consider November, so I wanted to finish something with the club before then.

I’m appreciative of how everything worked out.
My family and I are content and believe that Souths is the ideal location for our future.


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