Motu Matu'u makes debut for Gloucester in English Premiership

GCP Sport would like to congratulate Motu Matu'u on making his debut for English Premiership Gloucester over the weekend against the Exeter Chiefs. 

Motu has been out of action for a few months with a broken arm but impressed with his impact off the reserves bench.

Congratulations Motu and all the best for the season. 


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Dinesvaran Krishnan and Malaysia defeat Sri Lanka to set up intense final round of Asian Rugby Championships

Malaysia upset reigning Division 1 champions Sri Lanka 42-17 to set up an intense final weekend in the Asian Rugby Championships.


Unfortunately, Malaysia went down to the Philippines 15-10 in the first round, meaning they have a must-win match against Singapore this weekend.

During a day of upsets, Singapore surprised the Philippines 28-24 meaning there is all to play for for all teams this weekend.

Congratulations to Dinesvaran and Malaysia and best of luck for this weekend.


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Four GCP Sport Athletes Named in Manu Samoa June Tests Squad

GCP Sport are proud to announce that four GCP Sport players have been named in the Manu Samoa squad for June test matches against Georgia, Tonga and Fiji. 

Sakaria Taulafo is the most experienced of the quartet and is currently playing for Stade Francais in the French Top 14. 

Manu Leiataua plays at hooker for Aurillac in the French Pro D2 and has been in fine form all season for one of the top Pro D2 sides looking at Top 14 promotion. 

Motu Matu'u has recently returned from injury to play for the Hurricanes in Super Rugby and made his Manu Samoa debut last year in 2015. 

Making his international debut for Manu Samoa will be Jeff Lepa from the Tasman Makos. Jeff is a lock that can also cover the loose forwards and is an exciting addition to this Manu Samoa squad.

GCP Sport are proud of the achievements of our athletes and wish them all the best for the June Test matches for Manu Samoa.


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Dinesvaran 'Duke' Krishnan to play for Malaysia in upcoming Asian Rugby Championships

The 1st Division of the Asian Rugby Championships kicks off this weekend and our very own Dinesvaran 'Duke' Krishnan is set to play a leading role for the Malaysia National Team. 

Duke has enjoyed three successful seasons with Japanese Top League side, Yamaha Jubilo, and will be looking to lead from the front and in the quest for promotion to the Top 3 of Asian Rugby with Japan, South Korea and Hong Kong.

The matches will be played in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia giving Duke's side a great home advantage.

The schedule is as follows:

May 8 - Sri Lanka vs Singapore, Malaysia vs Philippines

May 11 - Philippines vs Singapore, Malaysia vs Sri Lanka

May 14 - Sri Lanka vs Philippines, Malaysia vs Singapore

Wishing Duke and the Malaysia team all the best for the tournament.


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Chiefs Development Beat Hong Kong National Team 38-6

Shahn Eru and Hayden Anderson have just completed a tour of Hong Kong with the Chiefs Development Team.

The team ended their tour with a convincing 38-6 win over the Hong Kong National Team on Saturday after a tough week of training at the newly revamped Hong Kong National Rugby Training Centre.

The Chiefs Development team stayed on in Hong Kong and were honoured enough to be invited to take part in the official ANZAC Day Memorial celebrations this morning where they performed a haka as a show of respect.

Congratulations Shahn and Hayden on a successful tour with the Chiefs Development. Love your work.


Nemia Soqeta and Taniela Koroi named in Fiji Squad to take on Manu Samoa in Pacific Nations Cup

Taniela Koroi

Taniela Koroi


Nemia Soqeta and Taniela Koroi have both been named in the 23-man squad to take on Manu Samoa in this weekend’s Pacific Nations Cup fixture.

Fiji are coming off a tough win over Tonga in the opening round of the tournament whilst Manu Samoa defeated USA in the opening round.

Wishing Nemia and Taniela all the best. 


Nemia Soqeta

Nemia Soqeta

The team list is as follows:

  1. Peni Ravai
  2. Sunia Koto
  3. Manasa Saulo
  4. Api Ratuniyarawa
  5. Leone Nakarawa
  6. Peceli Yato
  7. Akapusi Qera – Captain
  8. Sakiusa Matadigo
  9. Nemia Kenatale
  10. Ben Volavola
  11. Asaeli Tikoirotuma
  12. Gabiriele Lovobalavu
  13. Vereniki Goneva – Vice Captain
  14. Waisea Nayacalevu
  15. Metuisela Talebula
  16. Viliame Veikoso
  17. Campese Maafu
  18. Taniela Koroi
  19. Nemia Soqeta
  20. Malakai Ravulo
  21. Henry Seniloli
  22. Josh Matavesi
  23. Napolioni Nalaga