Samoa and New Zealand international Danny Levi has found a new club for 2021.
The 25-year-old hooker has joined Queensland Cup side Norths Devils for the 2021 season.
Levi, who was linked with a move to Super League in the off-season, has made 103 NRL appearances for Newcastle Knights and Manly Sea Eagles.
He played for New Zealand at the 2017 World Cup and has earned four caps for the Kiwis. Levi then represented Samoa in 2019 and later that year went on to play for the nation at the Nines World Cup.
We’re pleased to announce that Danny Levi will join the Devils for the 2021 season. The former Newcastle Knights and Manly Sea Eagles hooker has played 103 NRL games since 2015, while also representing New Zealand, Samoa and Maori All Stars. Welcome to Bishop Park, Danny! pic.twitter.com/3VRdguEzzU
— NorthsDevilsRLFC (@NorthsDevilsRL) February 3, 2021
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