Lightning-fast wing, Ken Pisi, was already a star of the IRB Sevens circuit, before making his full international debut during Samoa's Pacific Nations Cup triumph.
Although capped by Samoa, Ken played his early representative career in New Zealand's colours, and in fact faced two of his future club mates, Calum Clark and Courtney Lawes, in the Baby Blacks' 2009 IRB Junior World Championship final triumph – that alongside current All Blacks fly half Aaron Cruden.
After five years at ITM Cup outfit North Harbour, Ken linked up with the Saints squad for the 2012/13 campaign and has consistently shown his outstanding ability in broken play.
Rather than three tries scored, a total of 21 appearances and over a kilometre with ball in hand are a more accurate representation of Ken's impact in his first season at the Gardens, not to mention a man of the match display against Glasgow and a hand in six of the 10 tries of the season.
Ken went on to score six more tries in the 2014/15 season – again featuring heavily in the shortlist for try of the season – before playing a big hand in each of the Saints’ first two tries at Twickenham in the Aviva Premiership final.