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Broncos gear up for new season

Rashneel Kumar
Wednesday, January 15, 2014

THE Nabua Broncos rugby league side has started its pre-season training for the 2014 season.

The side regrouped yesterday and also welcomed some new players who have shown interest in appearing for the side this year.

Manager Sosi Boila said they would be working on the players' fitness during the pre-season training.

He said coaches Sitiveni Gauna and Aporosa Vosataki have prepared a training program.

"We are building towards a pre-season competition which I think is being organised by the Fiji National Rugby League," Boila said.

"We are slowly getting interested players together and also trying to get those who were part of the team last year."

Nabua Broncos will field two teams — reserve and premier — in the domestic competition.

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