Bombay skipper set for 150th game

Bombay skipper set for 150th game
Bombay skipper Haamiora Clarke will bring up 150 games for his beloved club when he takes to the field against Karaka on Saturday.
The Bombay junior continues to tick off career milestones and is playing as well as ever as he hopes to lead his side to the semi-finals in 2024.
Clarke began his premier career in 2012 and helped Bombay to five McNamara Cups through the 2010s in an extraordinary dynasty in the modern era.
“Well in my culture we have a saying – ‘ole ala ile pule, ole tautua’ – ‘the pathway to leadership is through service,” said Bombay coach Mike Tuiloma.
“Haamiora has served Bombay well in many forms on and off the field, he has been a brother, friend and role model to many coming through the grades and to those he's shared the field with and has been a big part of the club’s success.
“He's an example of a great leader who did his talking through his service and continues to serve not only as a loyal member of the club but also as our current premier captain,  this service notches up 150 games at premier level.
“As a coach I'm thankful to his service and so is the club. All the best this Saturday USO manuia Lou ta'aloga.”