AUSTRALIAN Rugby World Cup winning scrumhalf Nick Farr-Jones will arrive in the country tomorrow to be part of the Arise Festival in Lautoka.
The 1991 RWC star has joined several other former international rugby greats that would be part of the festival this week.
Former All Blacks openside flanker Michael Jones is also expected to join the crew while former Flying Fijians first-five eighth Watisoni Nasalo Yalayala has also pledged his allegiance in giving something back to the community.
"Along with my friends whom I played with during my playing days, I am so thankful to the organising committee for giving us an opportunity to give something back to the community," Yalayala said.
"This Arise Festival is a time of bringing people together and we are so glad to be given a chance to play a role in this event."
He said the Arise Festival's theme of "Building Stronger Families, Smarter Youths, Better Citizens" could be well executed through sports.
He said sports played a huge role in uniting people and he hoped their involvement would motivate upcoming sportsmen and women.
Yalayala made his debut for Fiji in 1973 against the New Zealand Maori at Nadi's Prince Charles Park. He latter played featured in the Fiji team that played the All Blacks at Buckhurst Park.