Feaunati hangs up his boots

Samoan to move into coaching

Last Updated: 30/04/08 4:39pm

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Feaunati: retiring

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Bath flanker Zak Feaunati has announced he will retire at the end of the season.

"I am really looking forward to taking my career experience in rugby to the school and making these students not only better rugby players, but also better people, and I think rugby can do that."
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Feaunati, 34, made 129 appearances and scored 18 tries for Bath since joining from Leeds in 2003.

The Samoa international is to take up a post as head of rugby at Bishop Vesey Grammar School in Sutton Coldfield.

"Coaching is something that I have always wanted to do, and this was an offer I could not turn down," he said.

"I am really looking forward to taking my career experience in rugby to the school and making these students not only better rugby players, but also better people, and I think rugby can do that."

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