A product of the RC Massy Club, Woki is very similar in style and stature to another player from the production line, Sekou Macalou.
Woki has been a regular feature for Bordeaux since his success with the France u20s and has cemented his place in the side with his dynamism in the loose and capabilities as an operator at the line-out.
The dynamic loose forward broke into the France u20 squad in 2017 and was a key member of the squad that won their first U20 World Championship in 2018 as well as the U20 Six Nations.
By the 2019/20 season, Woki had developed into a star performer for Bordeaux in the Top 14 and his form was rewarded with a call up to the France squad for the 2020 Six Nations where he looked to make his debut.
In the 2021/22 season, Woki made 18 appearances, scoring 4 tries and adding 20 points to his tally for Union Bordeaux Bégeles in the Top 14 and appeared in 3 games, scoring 2 tries and adding another 10 points to his tally in the European Rugby Champions Cup.
Thus far in the 2022/23 season, Woki has been playing for Racing 92, making 19 appearances in the Top 14, three in the European Rugby Champions Cup and 1 in the European Rugby Challenge Cup.
Ahead of the Rugby World Cup 2023, Woki has been named in the training squad for France.
ML July 2023
|2020 - present
|2022 - present
|RC Massy Essonne
|2012 - 2017
|2017 - 2018
|Union Bordeaux Begles
|2017 - 2022