Mariano Galarza

Tevita Cavubati


Giant lock Tevita Cavubati first arrived on the international scene in 2011 for Fiji against Tonga. He went on to help them win the 2015 Pacific Nations Cup before impressing at the 2015 Rugby World Cup, scoring a try against Uruguay. Following his first season at Sixways, Cavubati was picked for Fiji and was part of the side that secured the 2016 Pacific Nations Cup title.

James Johnston


James Johnston made his international debut for Samoa against Tonga back in 2008 and has gone on to make 16 appearances for his country. After joining Warriors in January 2016, Johnston was selected for the Samoa squad for their Tests against Fiji, Tonga and Georgia in June of the same year.

Jaba Bregvadze


Jaba Bregvadze earned his first Georgia cap in 2008 and has since gone on to play over 30 times for his country. During the 2015/16 season he helped his country win the European Nations Cup against Romania in front of 50,000 fans in Tbilisi. During the summer of 2016, Bregvadze played all three games in his country's first-ever Pacific islands tour, in which they finished unbeaten following wins over Fiji and Tonga and a draw with Samoa.

Ofa Fainga'anuku


Prop Ofa Fainga'anuku represented his country against Fiji in June 2014, in his first international appearance since moving to Warriors the previous summer.

Chris Pennell


Chris Pennell became a fully-fledged England international in June 2014, when he came on as a replacement in England's first Test against New Zealand. He subsequently scored a try for England in a non-international match against the Crusaders. In January 2015, Pennell was also selected for England Saxons where he was Sky Sports man-of-the-match in his side's 18-9 win over Ireland Wolfhounds.

Mariano Galarza


Giant lock Mariano Galarza made his Argentina debut against Scotland in 2010 at the age of 23. The forward featured for the Pumas in Rugby World Cup 2011 and The Rugby Championship 2013.

Agustin Creevy


Argentina hooker Agustin Creevy is an experienced international. After making his Pumas debut at 20-years-old, the front-row has gone on to represent his country at Rugby World Cup 2011 and at the 2012 and 2013 Rugby Championship. He was later made captain of the Pumas where they got their first ever Rugby Championship win over Australia in 2014.

Leonardo Senatore


Back-row Leonardo Senatore made his Argentina debut in 2008. The versatile forward represented his country in Rugby World Cup 2011, where his side reached the quarter-finals before being knocked-out by winners New Zealand. Senatore also played in The Rugby Championship in 2012, 2013 and 2014. It was in the latter that Senatore scored a crucial try as the Pumas recorded their first ever Rugby Championship win over Australia.

Jeremy Su'a


New Zealand-born Jeremy Su'a made his international debut for Samoa against Wales in Rugby World Cup 2011, at the age of 22 and has gone on to enjoy a regular place in the Samoa squad.

Euan Murray


Euan Murray has been one of Scotland's finest tightheads of recent generations. The forward picked up his 50th international cap during his first season at Warriors and played at the 2007 and 2011 Rugby World Cups.

Josh Matavesi


Josh Matavesi made his Fiji debut at the age of 19 as a full-back against Scotland at Murrayfield. The versatile player has also featured at fly-half, centre and on the wing in his career and has been a goal-kicker for his country, scoring points against England and Wales.

David Lemi


David Lemi has a fine international record for his native Samoa. The winger made his debut at the age of 22 in a 24-14 victory over Tonga. He went on to play in the Rugby World Cup in 2007 and 2011.

Matt Mullan


Matt Mullan replaced the injured Andrew Sheridan in the senior squad for the 2010 Six Nations Championship and made his senior international debut as a replacement for Tim Payne against Italy in Rome on 14 February 2010.

Alex Grove


Alex Grove previously played for Scotland at Under 18, Under 19, and Under 20 level. He was also part of Scotland A's victorious IRB Nations Cup team in 2009. He received his first call-up to the full Scotland squad for the November internationals of 2010.

Pat Sanderson


Pat Sanderson was first capped on England's 1998 southern hemisphere tour as a 20-year-old, facing New Zealand twice and South Africa, and he won another three caps on the 2001 tour to North America. He was then recalled for the Autumn test opener against Australia in November 2005. He was made captain for England's tour to Australia in 2006 and made a total of 16 appearances for England.

Chris Horsman


Chris Horsman made his full Welsh debut on 11 November 2005 against Fiji at the Millennium Stadium. He scored his first and only try against England at Twickenham and he was selected for the Wales squad for the 2007 Rugby World Cup. He attained 14 international caps for Wales in total.

Aleki Lutui


Aleki Lutui made his debut for Tonga in March 1999 in a match against Georgia. He played for Tonga in their 2001 Pacific Rim campaign and later in the year toured Scotland and Wales. On June 5, 2004 he captained Tonga for the first time in a match against Fiji. In June 2005 he captained Tonga in four matches; two against both Fiji and Samoa. Lutui, a powerful ball carrier and hitter, was named in the Tonga squad for the 2007 Rugby World Cup in France and the 2011 Rugby World Cup.

Netani Talei


Netani Talei first played for Fiji in 2006 as they defeated Samoa 23-20 in Suva. In 2007 he was part of the 30 man Fiji squad that reached the Quarter-Finals of the Rugby World Cup in France. He played in three pool games before picking up and injury that ruled him out for the rest of the tournament.

Tevita Taumoepeau


Tevita Taumoepeau has made a total of 29 appearances for Tonga, scoring 12 points. He also played for the Pacific Islanders on 12 occasions. He is the elder brother of All Black capped prop Saimone Taumoepeau.

Aisea Havili


Aisea Havili earned nine caps for the Tonga national team. He was selected for the Tonga 2003 Rugby World Cup squad, but later pulled out. Havili was, however, still selected for the 2007 World Cup.

Ben Hinshelwood


Son of famous Scottish winger Sandy Hinshelwood, Ben was the outstanding sportsman in his days at North Sydney Boys High School. Joined the University of Sydney Rugby Union team where as a centre he helped secure the 2001 Premiership before leaving for England where he played rugby union at fullback for Worcester Warriors. He has been capped by Scotland and played in the World Cup in 2003.

Alejandro Moreno


Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, likable front row Alex Moreno played a total of five games for Italy.

Miguel Avramovic


Miguel Avramovic made his international debut for Argentina in April 2005 in a match against Japan. He then played two games for Argentina A in June, against the United States and a non-cap England XV. He earned another full two caps that year playing against Canada in July, and against Samoa in December. He played against Uruguay in July 2006 in what was a 2007 Rugby World Cup qualifying match.

Sateki Tuipulotu


Sateki Tuipulotu first played for Tonga in 1994 against Wales. Playing at fullback, he was a regular player for Tonga until his retirement following the 2003 Rugby World Cup. He also played in the 1995 Rugby World Cup and 1999 Rugby World Cup where he helped kick Tonga to a victory over Italy with a drop goal from inside his own half. His last match for Tonga was their 91-7 loss to the All Blacks at the 2003 World Cup.

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