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David Nofoaluma says he’ll treasure his man of the match performance against Cook Islands, after running in four tries on a ground that he loves.

The Wests Tigers winger, aka King of Campbelltown, bagged a brace in each half of Samoa’s 42-12 victory on Saturday night.

He says it was an enjoyable week in camp, capped off by a wonderful night.

“It was a great night and I’m so happy to have played my part in helping Samoa get the win.

Playing at Campbelltown is always special for me being a local junior from the area.”

David Nofoaluma

I’ve had some wonderful moments in my career at Campbelltown including that try so many years ago.”

Last night was another special moment for me that I’ll remember for a lifetime.”

'That try' was against Manly way back in 2013, when Nofoaluma set a benchmark for gravity defying feats in the north-eastern corner at Campbelltown.

It's well worth taking another look.

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Nofoaluma and the other players on representative duty will return to club training on Monday morning as the team prepares for Sunday's Round 16 clash against the Warriors at Mount Smart Stadium.

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