Semisi Masirewa rugby player
Semisi Masirewa rugby player

Semisi Masirewa

9th Jun 1992 1.84m/93kg Right Wing

Coming from Fiji, Semisi Masirewa moved to New Zealand in 2010 after receiving a scholarship to attend Wanganui High School.

He went on to move to Feilding High School, following another scholarship, for his final year of education.

Upon finishing school Masirewa moved North to the Waikato. After playing eleven games for Waikato Masirewa and was then loaned to Manawatu to provide injury cover.

He played both sevens and 15-a-side formats for the province before he was offered a two-year Super Rugby contract by the Western Force starting the next season, in 2016.

He then signed a two-year deal to play for Kintetsu Liners in Japan and was also called up to play for the Japanese-based Sunwolves in Super Rugby during the 2018 season.

Heading into the 2019 Super Rugby season, Masirewa is still yet to commit himself to Japan or the Sunwolves.

By the start of June 2019, Masirewa has 41 Super Rugby caps scoring 10 tries.

Following some good performances he was named in the Japanese squad in May 2021 ahead of the game against the British and Irish Lions


linrs Kintetsu Liners
Right Wing
2017 - present
japan Japan
Right Wing
2021 - present
Untitled (4) Waikato
Left Wing
2013 - 2014
manawatu-logo Manawatu
Outside Centre
2014 - 2015
western-force Western Force
Right Wing
2016 - 2017
Perth_Spririt_logo Perth Spirit
Right Wing
2016 - 2017
8KKGKgozQMoq-gUxAKoeXxyyKLDRbjLRMhXqdDRHI1o Sunwolves
Right Wing
2018 - 2021