“Isaiya rips in when he comes to training and he is trying to learn as much as he can and soak it all up,” O’Sullivan said.
“He is very keen and is even pushing me along. That is only going to benefit the both of us.
“I think he can be whatever he wants to be as a halfback or a five-eighth. For him, it is all about putting the building blocks in place early in his career and getting all the basics right.
“His natural talent will take over just because of how hard he works.
“Isaiya is someone all the boys here are really getting behind because he is going to be a special player. Best of all he is a quality human.”
1. Trai Fuller, 2. Setu Tu, 3. Valynce Te Whare, 4. Jack Bockstock, 5. Brenton Baira, 6. Kurt Donoghoe, 7. Isaiya Katoa, 8. JJ Collins, 9. Harrison Graham, 10. Poasa Faamausili, 11. Jeremiah Simbiken, 12, Jackson Frei, 13. Mason Teague, 14. Brayden McGrady, 15. Cody Hunter, 16. Tyler Szepanowski, 17. Lachlan Hubner, 18. Judah Rimbu, 19. Rodrick Tai, 20. Sherwin Tanabi, 21. Taniela Otukolo, 22. George Fai.