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Nasolo YB receive game time

Emoni Narawa
Monday, January 13, 2014

FORMER Fiji sevens rep Seru Rabeni is happy with the exposure his young rugby team Nasolo Young Boys has received at local tournaments.

The side was eliminated in the Bowl semi-finals at the Uluinakau 7s tournament at Ratu Cakobau Park in Nausori over the weekend.

Rabeni said he wanted to assist the young unemployed youths to pursue a career in rugby.

He said a few wrong decisions cost them the game, when they lost to Natakala Green in the Bowl semi-final.

"I'm happy that these young players are being exposed at this level. These are young boys who are just learning the game, most of them are playing at this level for the first time so that is something we lack — experience.

"I'm happy to help them and all I want for them is to have a good career in rugby."








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