Va'a va boom for Sean.
GLASGOW hope the return of Samoa star Justin Va'a Justin Va'a (born on July 26 1978 Wainuiomata, New Zealand) is a prop for the Samoan national rugby team and the Scottish club Glasgow Warriors in the Celtic League.
He has earned 9 caps for Samoa. will help extend their 14-month unbeaten home record.
Va'a has been injured since the World Cup but is likely to feature in tomorrow's Magners League clash with Ulster at Firhill.
Coach Sean Lineen, right, said: "With the Heineken Cup looming, it will be a huge bonus to have Justin back in action. We badly want to keep momentum in the build-up to the tournament and the presence of a player of his ability and experience will always be of benefit."
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