Kitione Kamikamica joins RC Vannes for three seasons

Kitione Kamikamica joins RC Vannes for three seasons
Kitione Kamikamica joins RC Vannes for three seasons

RC Vannes continues to strengthen its squad for its first season in the Top 14 by recruiting Kitione Kamikamica. This Monday, the Breton club made official the arrival of the Fijian third row for a period of three years, until 2027. Kamikamica thus returns to Brittany, five years after his first stint during the 2018-2019 season.

Kamikamica, 28 years old and measuring 1.88 m, arrives from Racing 92 where he spent the last two seasons, playing 28 matches. Less used during the last season, he was looking for a new challenge to relaunch his career. Although coveted by several clubs, including Biarritz Olympique, he chose to sign with Vannes, convinced by the ambitious project of the Breton club for its historic rise to the Top 14.

Kamikamica’s arrival is part of an ambitious recruitment strategy by RC Vannes, aimed at strengthening its squad to face the elite of French rugby. In addition to Kamikamica, the club has also attracted other renowned players such as Mako Vunipola, Iñaki Ayarza, Filipo Nakosi, Salesi Rayasi, Francis Saili and Tani Vili. These recruitments show RC Vannes’ determination to build a competitive team capable of maintaining its place in the Top 14.

Kamikamica’s return to La Rabine is a considerable asset for RC Vannes. His power and speed make him a key element for the Vannes pack. The Fijian player will bring his experience and dynamism to the team led by Jean-Noël Spitzer. The close collaboration between presidents Jacky Lorenzetti (Racing 92) and Olivier Cloarec (RC Vannes) undoubtedly facilitated this transfer, allowing RC Vannes to strengthen its squad with quality players.

For Kitione Kamikamica, this return to Brittany is an opportunity to rediscover an environment he already knows and to actively participate in the adventure of RC Vannes in Top 14. The Breton club, for its part, can count on a motivated and experienced player to approach this new stage of its history with ambition and determination.

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