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Two-time Hostplus Cup Premiership winner Leivaha Pulu will call the Suzuki Brisbane Tigers home for the 2023 season signing for one year.

Featuring in both the Norths Devils premiership teams in 2021 and 2022, the damaging forward has opted for a change of scenery.

“The opportunity to work with a new club and to get out of my comfort zone was what made me want to join the Tigers”.

“I enjoyed my time at Norths and what we achieved as a team but moving forward coming to Easts with a rich history really excites me.

“It’s exciting times ahead with new players, new coaching staff and everyone is starting from scratch again.

“Coming into pre-season, it’s a good time to earn the respect from the players and coaches and building combinations moving forward to 2023.

“But for me is to play my part in 2023 wherever I’m needed in the team”, he added.

The 32-year-old Marist Saints junior is most excited to enjoy competing for a title with the Tigers.

“It could be the start of something for future players coming through when they see an Easts jersey”, Pulu added.

Welcome to the Tigers family Vaha!

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