FEW former national sevens reps were in top forms for their respective clubs during the Coral Coast 7s tournament on the weekend.
New Zealand-based Simeli Koniferedi, Apisalome Waqatabu, Apisai Domolailai, Ratu Meli Kurisaru and Mitieli Nacagilevu showed why they should be re-considered for national duties.
With Digicel Fiji sevens coach Ben Ryan looking to expand his player-base for the next Sevens World Series tournaments in Dubai and George, these former reps are again knocking on the selection door.
Koniferedi was in super form for Daveta along with Domolailai and Kurisaru while Waqatabu and Nacagilevu starred for Police.
Waqatabu showed blistering pace for Police and Kurisaru was dangerous with ball in hand. His strong leg drive and upper body strength was phenomenal that it creates havoc for the defenders.
Domolailai was superb in defence for Daveta despite being eliminated in the semi-finals by Wardens Gold 14-24.
Fiji Rugby Union academy manager Franck Boivert said he was pleased with the talents displayed at the tournament.
He said Domolailai and Kurisaru proved their worth yesterday.
"Unfortunately these two players are suspended and they cannot play for Fiji," he said.
"They showed some good rugby."
Secondary School sprint champion, Beniaminio Maravu showed sheer pace when he sprinted more than 70metres to score the winning try for Wardens Gold.