He is the remaining player of the Manu Sevens World Champions 2010 still in form and contention and led BBE Vaiala in the Cup Championship of the recent Marist International Sevens at Apia Park.
The team has shown some improvement in the last two legs and is ranked 13th in the overall standings.
The Manu 7s team:
1. Faalemiga Selesele - Moata'a/Hawkes Bay, Satupa'itea, Moata'a, Salelologa
2. Tomasi Alosio - Hutt Old Boys Marist, Wellington/ Levi Saleimoa/ Falefa
3. Lafaele Vaa - Vailele
4 Tila Mealoi - Apia Maroons, Apia
5. Alex Samoa - Ardmore Marist/Counties, Auckland, NZ
6. Joe Perez - Marist St Joseph's Vaigaga
7. Samoa Toloa - Sasa'ai Sa'asa'ai, Mulifanua, Sato'alepai
8. Alatasi Tupou - BBE Vaiala, Vaipuna
9. Alamanda Motuga - Marist Auckland, Sa'anapu & Sataoa
10. Daniel Kayes - Vaiala, New Zealand
11. Gordon Langkilde - Moataa, A'ana
12. Savelio Ropati - Marist Auckland, Auckland, NZ
13. Siaosi Asofolau - BBE Vaiala, Maninoa Siumu
14. Mathew Tuatagaloa - Awanui, New Zealand.
Photo Facebook Hong Kong Sevens: Samoa and Tonga sevens teams with local mini rugby club the Tuen Mun Sharks, showing their support for the work of the Hong Kong Shark Foundation during training.