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Rabbitohs hooker Apisai Koroisau fronted the rugby league media today (Tuesday) ahead of this Friday night’s round six clash with the Penrith Panthers at the foot of the mountains.

Koroisau came into first grade via the strangest of routes - first making his international debut for Fiji at last year's Word Cup where he faced off against Australia twice. Having had that experience, Koroisau said the difference between the two forms of the game were minimal.

"Not too much different to be honest," said Koroisau.

"Played Australia a couple of times, so I've played against some of the best forwards and players in the world, so I think the tradition has been alright."

Despite being behind Kiwi international Issac Luke for the hooking role, Koroisau shrugged off suggestions that frustration at not getting a chance would creep in.

"I've been working on my game and I can do that behind Issac," said Koroisau.

"I was just happy to bide my time and be behind one of the best hookers in the game."

To watch the full interview, please press play on the video player.

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