Waita Setu


Waita Setu’s hard-running, hard hitting style of play helped him score seven tries in 2015, ending his debut season at GPS as the side’s top try scorer Setu’s blossoming dual-code career has seen him represent Brisbane Broncos U20s, Melbourne Storm U20s, North Harbour in New Zealand’s ITM Cup and the Melbourne Rebels Wider Training Squad prior to joining Brisbane City. His impressive form earned him a debut reds start at openside flanker with Liam Gill injured.