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Rewa wants to win big

Arin Kumar
Saturday, March 10, 2012

THE Rewa rugby side is aiming to become the top team in the local rugby competition this season.

Yesterday team officials released the names of 38 players who have been selected to represent Rewa for the 2012 season.

Rewa Rugby Union secretary Viliame Gonelevu said the Union has come from strength to strength over the past few years. "When we moved to the main division two years ago we were placed eighth in the local competition," Gonelevu said.

"Last year we were placed fifth and that was a big achievement compared to the some of the other teams who have been playing in the main division for a long time," he said.

"All players are to report to the Lokia Grounds at 12midday tomorrow (today) to meet the officials."

The 38-member Rewa squad:

Noa Lovia, Jone Soro, Joseva Ravunawa, Acura Loco, Manoa Baleinuku, Laisa Yadravuki, Luke Serevi, Livai Nasilivata, Jone Saukuru, Semisi Leweni, Jona Leweni, Kaveni Boginisoko, Akuila Tavuto, Josese Muriwaqa, Saula Naivakacavu, Lalakobau, Viliame Komaitai, Taniela Modrau, Savenaca Tamani, Joseva Vualiku, Leone Matai, Viliagi Rara, Inoke Moceiwai, Semisi Delana, Samuela Naka, Niumaia Bari, Pita Seniceva, Epeli Batisila, Drobula, Semisi Bolai, Etuate Suluaqalo, Serupapeli Vuaveituki, Taniela Qiolevu, Mataiasi Tukana, John Sorby, Joeli Mataniwai, Savenaca Buli, Aminio Rasekaseka, Severo (Vunitavola Rugby Club).





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