Samoa international winger Ken Pisi says he will end his seven year stay with Northampton Saints at the end of the season. The 30-year-old moved to Franklin’s Gardens in 2012 from New Zealand side North Harbour and helped the club to win the Premiership title in 2014.
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Pisi has turned out 138 times for Saints and he also played a key role in sealing the European Challenge Cup the week before their Twickenham success. “I’m very proud to have spent the majority of my career playing for Northampton Saints in front of this great crowd at Franklin’s Gardens,” he told the club website.
“When I first came over, I didn’t know what to expect, but I have felt welcomed by the amazing rugby community here in Northampton ever since I first pulled on a Black, Green and Gold jersey. “In seven seasons as a Saint I have been blessed enough to win some silverware, make lifelong uso’s [brothers] and create many unbelievable memories which I’ll always treasure.”