Enjoying a resurgence of sorts in his own career, there is a new adventure for Dominique Peyroux, with the New Zealand Warriors utility signing a 2-year deal with Super League side, St Helens.
The deal will begin in the 2016 season and with 38 appearances in the NRL to his name at both the Gold Coast Titans and the Warriors, he will look to add to that at St Helens.
The Otahuhu junior is a classy utility, able to cover centre, wing and the back-row, and fill in where needed within those areas.
That was a big reason behind St Helens decision to sign him, as well as his drive and hunger for the game and to succeed.
â€œDominique is a versatile player who can cover a multitude of positions,â€ the St Helens coach, Keiron Cunningham, said.
â€œHe is a proven NRL player, has a keen eye for the line and will fit well into the systems we have here at the Saints. Weâ€™re looking forward to him joining us next season.â€
The 26-year old is in a rare breed of player, able to represent several different nations at the international level.
Initially playing for the Cook Islands in the 2013 World Cup, Peyroux then opted to change his allegiance and play for Samoa in the 2014 Four Nations tournament.