NEMANI Nagusa hopes his run of good luck rubs off on the national 7s team's quest to retain the Hong Kong 7s title next weekend.
After being named captain of the of the Digicel Fiji team to the mecca of 7s on Tuesday, the 24-year-old married his long-time sweetheart Akesa Boselawa in a simple Baha'i ceremony in Suva yesterday.
The two exchanged vows in front of family and friends to start the journey of a lifetime.
The Raraua, Nadroga native will hold off any honeymoon plans until after the Hong Kong and Tokyo 7s tournaments and has the blessing of his wife.
Boselawa said she would farewell Nagusa with her best wishes and hoped for a good outing in Hong Kong.
"I would just like for him to play to the best of this abilities and do the nation proud," she said.
"My prayers and blessing would be with him when he takes the field in the tournaments."
The two have a two-month-old daughter Amalaini Towalu.
A Christian wedding will take place tomorrow.
Nagusa, who is making a comeback to the sevens circuit had told Times Sport he wanted to play in the Rugby World Cup 7s in Moscow, Russia and the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, Brazil.
"I want to play in the World Cup and I also want to play in the Olympics but it will be very hard to keep the jersey.
"There are a lot of players out there who want to represent Fiji and everyone wants to impress the selectors and they will try and win the jersey.
"But I want to keep my jersey and I will play to the best of my abilities to help Fiji win the IRB Series and if possible the World Cup," he said.