Luatua & Nanai-Williams Make Up In Typical Rugby Fashion Following Clothesline
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This is what rugby is all about.
Steven Luatua was sent-off today against the Chiefs for a dangerous clothesline on Tim Nanai Williams.
The Bristol bound flanker can have no complaints after the dangerous challenge, but in typical rugby fashion has offered an apology to his fellow professional.
— vodacomrugby (@VodacomRugga) March 3, 2017
Nanai Williams has of course accepted the apology, commending Luatua for what he calls a ‘seki clothesline,’ which basically means ‘cool clothesline’ in samoan heritage from what we gather.
A savages game, played by gentlemen.
@StevenLuatua no worries uso seki as clothesline
— Tim Nanai Williams (@Tim_Nwilliams) March 3, 2017
— Steven Luatua (@StevenLuatua) March 3, 2017