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Rugby House shifts camp

Rashneel Kumar
Saturday, January 11, 2014

IN a bid to foster relationship with the communities, the Fiji Rugby Union will be shifting the national 7s team training camp to other parts of the country.

The team normally trains in the Central Division which includes Suva and Pacific Harbour.

FRU acting chief executive officer Doctor Berlin Kafoa said this was part of their strategy to take the team to the people of Fiji.

"Ben and the team will shift the training camp around the country after the Las Vegas and Wellington leg," Dr Kafoa said.

"The next one will be in Ra and the following one we are planning to have in Vanua Levu."

Dr Kafoa said despite the change in venue, the standard of the training pitch and facility would not be compromised.

On Thursday, the Fiji 7s squad visited Vunibau Village in Serua where the players and officials were hosted to a dinner.








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