Seiuli voted Warrior of the Month for February

Seiuli voted Warrior of the Month for February

Aki Seiuli has been named as the McCrea Financial Services Warrior of the Month for February, after coming out on top in a poll of Glasgow Warriors supporters.

28-year-old loose-head earned 50% of the public vote, beating Ryan Wilson, Nick
Grigg and Glenn Bryce to take home the trophy.

performances throughout February made fans and pundits alike take notice, with
an eye-catching outing against the Dragons at Scotstoun a particular highlight;
the prop made 50 metres with ball in hand from 19 carries, alongside an
eye-catching offload for Huw Jones’ try.

It’s the
latest landmark in an impressive debut campaign for Seiuli, who has made 11
appearances for the club to date since joining from Super Rugby’s Highlanders.

loose-head made his debut against Leinster at the end of November, before
earning a first Warrior of the Month nomination for his performances across the
month of December.

He becomes
the second successive prop to claim the club’s monthly award, following Zander
Fagerson’s triumph in the February voting

honoured to win my first Warrior of the Month award,” Seiuli told

“Knowing the
players that have won it previously and what they bring to the table, I’m
stoked to receive this award.

“We had a
difficult start to the season, but since the Edinburgh games we’ve been playing
really well. We’ve gone out with a clear game plan and the performances and
results have been coming our way”

“The supporters
have been fantastic with me since I arrived – they’ve been giving me the hype
and I’ve been feeding off that. I’ve just gone out and played my game, and I
really appreciate the support of everyone.”

McCrea Financial Services, sponsors of the Warrior of the Month Award, would like to extend their best wishes to everyone in the Warriors Rugby Community. Stay well and look out for one another.

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