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Kameli Ratuvou

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Kameli Ratuvou
Player details
NameKameli Ratuvou
Age30
ClubSaracens
PositionWinger
BornLau, Fiji
Height1.90m

Saracens Squad List

Back :

  • Luke Baldwin
  • Ben Spencer
  • Richard Wigglesworth
  • Neil de Kock
  • Joel Tomkins
  • Chris Wyles
  • James Short
  • Nikki Walker
  • Kameli Ratuvou
  • Charlie Hodgson
  • Alex Goode
  • Owen Farrell
  • Sam Stanley
  • Nils Mordt
  • Adam Powell
  • Brad Barritt
  • Duncan Taylor
  • Nick Tompkins
  • David Strettle
  • Chris Ashton
  • Nathan Earle
  • Joe Maddock
  • Benjamin Ransom

Forward :

  • Mako Vunipola
  • Petrus Du Plessis
  • Tom Jubb
  • Will Fraser
  • Jackson Wray
  • Nick Fenton-Wells
  • Jono Ross
  • Ernst Joubert
  • Kelly Brown
  • Justin Melck
  • Andy Saull
  • Jacques Burger
  • Matt Hankin
  • Mouritz Botha
  • Steve Borthwick
  • Alistair Hargreaves
  • Rhys Gill
  • Matt Stevens
  • Carlos Nieto
  • Lorenzo Romano
  • Jared Saunders
  • Nick Auterac
  • George Kruis
  • Eoin Sheriff
  • Max Crumpton
  • Scott Spurling
  • Jamie George
  • Schalk Brits
  • John Smit

Kameli Ratuvou NEWS

2nd December 2010

Lengthy absence for Ratuvou

Saracens have confirmed centre Kameli Ratuvou is facing six months on the sidelines following surgery on his knee.

12th January 2010

Sarries stars extend deals

England Saxons duo Noah Cato and Adam Powell are among 11 Saracens players to extend their contracts.

21st September 2008

Sarries smash Falcons

Saracens secured their first Guinness Premiership win of the season with a 44-14 demolition of Newcastle at Vicarage Road on Sunday.

30th March 2008

Sarries run riot over Leeds

Saracens took full advantage of an injury-ravaged Leeds side to chalk up their biggest league win of the season.

17th November 2007

Yachvili late show stuns Sarries

Biarritz sneaked a dramatic last-minute victory against Saracens with Dimitri Yachvili's penalty giving them a 22-21 success.