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Kolinisau yet to decide

Rashneel Kumar
Friday, February 14, 2014

OSEA Kolinisau is yet to decide on his affiliation with Digicel Fiji.

Fiji Rugby Union chairman Filimone Waqabaca has earlier confirmed to this newspaper that individual players' contracts with past sponsors should be put to rest.

FRU earlier this month sealed a $40million five-year sponsorship deal with the Vodafone Fiji-led consortium.

Digicel Fiji is disputing the right of FRU to award a new deal to the Vodafone consortium.

Kolinisau is one of the ambassadors for Digicel Fiji and regularly appears on the company advertisements.

When contacted yesterday, the Vodafone Fiji 7s skipper said: "I haven't said anything, I haven't decided, that's why I have got no comments on it".

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