‘Īkale-Tahi line up for Scotland.

Tonga head coach Mana ʼOtai has named his  team to play against Scotland at Rugby Park in Kilmarnock at 2:30pm on the November 22, 2014.

The team is as follows:

1 TevitaMailau Felemea (Hp) and ‘Otea (Vv) Mont De Marsan

2 AlekiLutui Tofoa Gloucester

3 PaeaFa’anunu Leimatu’a (Vv) Castre

4 TukuluaLokotui Ha’ateiho&Mo’unga’one (Hp) Beziers

5 JoeTu’ineau Fasi-moe-afi Lyon

6 SioneKalamafoni Matahau Gloucester

7 NiliLatu Afa NEC Rockets

8 ViliamiMa’afu Kolovai Oyonnax

9 SonataneTakulua Lapaha Northland

10 LatiumeFosita Haveluloto and Felemea (Hp) Northland

11 Fetu’uVainikolo Ha’alalo Exeter

12 HemaniPaea Neiafu (Vv) Oyonnax

13 SialePiutau Kolofo’ou and Folaha Yamaha

14 David Halaifonua Houma (Vv) Bergerac

15 VungakotoLilo Koulo (Hp) and Foa (Hp) Tarbes Pyrenees

Reserves

16 Elvis Taione Kolomotu’a and Ha’akio (Vv) Exeter

17 Sione Lea Vaimalo (Vv) Taranaki

18 SilaPuafisi Ha’ateiho and Longomapu (Vv) Gloucester

19 LisiateFa’aoso Kolonga Bayonne

20 Hale T Pole Muitoa and Fu’amotu Otago

21 TomasiPalu Utui (Vv) and Tungua (Hp) Doncaster

22 Kurt Morath Leimatu’a (Vv) Biaritz

23 SionePiukala Futu (Eua) and Houma Perpignan

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