West Harbour have had mixed results over the past few years, with Seiuli already looking at implementing a number of new initiatives to improve performance on and off the field.
One of these was the Humility Project, where players had to provide a service to a charity of their choice over a six week time period.
“To be competitive we need to examine all areas of the club,” Seiuli said.
“First and foremost our priority is developing the players not just on the field but with life skills.”
“We are looking forward to building on that momentum from last season with a one club approach,” she said.
“We are really focusing on all grades performing better because everyone is just as important.”