Profits from ticket sales for this weekend's Rugby World Cup warm up match between Tonga and Romania will be donated to former 'Ikale Tahi flanker Sione Vaiomo'unga, who is suffering from kidney failure.
The 26 year old was playing for Romanian champions CSM Baia Mare when he was diagnosed last year.
Vaiomo'unga represented Tonga at the 2011 World Cup and played the last of his 13 tests three years ago, under 'Ikale Tahi head coach Mana Otai.
"We couldn't ask for a better person to play this game [for] - especially to dedicate the game to him, given the talent and the unfortunate situation that he is in. He would have been in the team, I can assure you, if it wasn't for his illness because that's the player that he is and showed at the last World Cup".
The Romanian Rugby Federation says money from the Bucharest game will allow Vaiomounga to see his family for the first time in more than a year.