THERE’S going to be some pretty heavy collisions down CYMS’ left edge on Sunday, with humongous winger Semisi Katoa eyeing off Mudgee’s right-side beast Rota Setu.
The pair have clashed both times the two grand finalists have met in 2016, Katoa’s green and golds coming out the better on both occasions.
The veteran winger – who laughed when asked how old he was, later replied with “58” before adding “I’m old enough to retire” – is expecting an epic battle in the decider.
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“He’s a good player but I’m looking forward to challenging that,” the softly spoken Katoa said.
“Play simple footy like usual and we’ll be right.”
Katoa will have ample help from his inside man, Jerome Harrison. “We get along well,” Katoa added.