FORMER national sevens rep Nemani Nagusa is in the country recuperating from an injury. The 23-year-old plays for the Border club in Wanganui, New Zealand. He was at the Carpenters Gym in Laucala Bay yesterday and said he arrived in the country last week. The former Nadroga loose forward said he would be in the country for the next two weeks. He said he was still recovering from an injury and was keeping his options open on whether to play for the Stallions in the Farebrother-Sullivan Trophy challenge against Northland or not.
FORMER national sevens team captain Watisoni Votu is keeping his options open on his playing career. The man from Ba was part of the national sevens team fitness test at the HPU Gym in Suva yesterday. He said he had signed a contract with Exeter Chiefs in England and is waiting for his visa. The 27-year-old said he would concentrate on getting selected in the national sevens team for the 2012/2013 HSBC Seven World Series while he awaits his visa. Speaking on his long term goal, he said he wanted to play for Fiji at the 2013 Rugby World Cup Sevens in Moscow, Russia.
THE Southern Division Billiards and Snooker Association is set to host another charity tournament. Last year, SDBSA organised the three-player team National Snooker Championship, a charity tournament, after which all funds raised was given to the Fiji Cancer Society and earlier this year, they organised the two flood relief tournaments and gave the funds to the Prime Minister's Flood Relief Fund. This weekend, 50 per cent of the entry fees from the Export Freight Services Golden Cue Open Snooker Championship will be given to the St Christopher's Home in Nakasi and some of the sponsorship money will also be given as part of the contribution.