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Sevens back in camp

Rashneel Kumar
Tuesday, November 13, 2012

THE 16-member Digicel Fiji sevens squad marched into camp yesterday for the final stage of preparation for the second leg of the HSBC Sevens World Series in Dubai and South Africa.

National assistant coach Timoci Wainiqolo said the squad would undergo a week-long training before the final 12-member team was finalised.

He also said players would not be released for the Coral Coast 7s tournament which would be held this weekend as they wanted them to stay focused on the task ahead.

Ilai Tinai and Joji Ragamate are nursing niggling injuries but Wainiqolo said the Wardens duo should be fit by this week.

Fiji leads the IRB series with 22 points and is top seed in the Dubai 7s tournament to be held on November 30 and December 1.

Fiji heads Pool A with Spain, Scotland and Kenya.

The 16-member team: Lemeki Neiubi Sukanabola, Ilai Tinai, Inia Tukere, Setefano Osonamoli Cakaunivalu, Isikeli Tuiwainunu Vuruna, Levani Botia Veivuke, Gasaudua Tube, Joji Baleviani Ragamate, Maleli Belolevu Bula, John Harry Gilbert Stewart, Ratu Alipate Raitini, Vilitati Sokiveta Nadialobo, Ratu Joseva V. B. Levula, Peni Vaciloa, Sevuloni Lutu, Peni Maka.


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