Samoa Die Hard Fan Spotted in the Grandstands at Hong Kong 7’s


Die hard Manu Samoa 7s fan, Misi Viliamu Warren of Vaiala Beach School and Vaivase-Tai EFKS church in Apia is spotted in the grand stands cheering for his favorite team in Hong Kong!

Misi Viliamu, known as MV, travelled to the Hong Kong 7s with his father, Judge Aidan Warren of the Māori Land Court and Member of the Waitangi Tribunal in Hamilton New Zealand.

The 9-year-old proudly wears the Samoan flag and remains loyal to the Manu Samoa 7’s while his Dad cheers on for the All Blacks! 😀

Samoa are in the 9th place play-off against Ireland after having beaten Australia 15-12 in a close semifinal.

Misi Viliamu joins two other groups of Manu Samoan fans who made their way to Hong Kong this weekend.

Samoans in Hong Kong to support the boys in blue!

A team from the Samoa International Finance Authority (SIFA) are in Hong Kong to promote Samoa’s International Business Finance Centre – IBFC who are major sponsors of the MS7s.

A team from British American Tobacco in Samoa are also in Hong Kong to support the Manu Samoa 7’s as they come close to the end of the 2023 season.

Team SIFA and Manu Samoa 7’s major sponsors – IBFC.

The Manu Samoa 7’s 2023 Vision is to “Inspire Youth, Unite the Global Samoan Community and be Remembered as a Champion Team.”

Misi Viliamu Warren, as the youngest Manu Samoa supporter to have traveled this far to cheer on his team, has definitely been inspired!

You deserve a signed jersey from the team Misi Viliamu!

Spotted in the Grandstands! Misi Viliamu Warren traveled from Samoa to support the Manu Samoa 7s team.

Brisin Manu Retzlaff-Lima