WALLABIES HOOKER Tatafu Polota-Nau has re-signed with the Australian Rugby Union and the Waratahs for a further two seasons.
He has agreed to terms that will see him remain with both organisations until the end of 2013.
“I love playing for the Wallabies and hopefully my form will continue to allow me to do that for at least another two years,” he said.
“Once I knew I was staying in Australia my preference was always to remain at NSW and thankfully I’ve been able to do that.”
Polota-Nau has played 25 tests since making his debut against England in 2005.
He also appeared in 69 Super Rugby games for the ‘Tahs since 2006.
Polota-Nau joins Drew Mitchell, Stephen Moore, Adam Ashley-Cooper and Berrick Barnes as other Wallabies who have recently re-signed with the ARU.
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