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Sailosi Tagicakibau released from contract

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Wasps today confirm that Samoan international Sailosi Tagicakibau has left Wasps after requesting a release from his contract for family reasons.

Tagicakibau made 34 appearances for Wasps during his two seasons with the club, scoring seven tries in 21 appearances during his first season, after joining from London Irish.

Wasps Director of Rugby said: “I’d like to thank Losi for the significant contribution he made to the squad during his time with Wasps. While professional sport is important, family always comes first and I’m sure I speak on behalf of everyone at the club, and for our Wasps supporters, in wishing Losi and his family the very best.”

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