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Warriors set for PRC campaign

Emoni Narawa
Thursday, February 27, 2014

THE Telecom Fiji Warriors rugby team is keeping its fingers crossed the tropical depression will miss Fiji so it could out of the Nadi International Airport today.

The Lance Whippy-coached side is scheduled to fly out for the Pacific Rugby Cup campaign next week.

And despite, the tropical depression in place, the team management is confident the side will leave the country as scheduled.

"We're hoping the threat of the cyclone will miss us and the people of Fiji," team manager Joe Brown said.

"The team is ready to fly out but we will just wait for the weather to see how it goes."

Meanwhile, Brown said one player would join the team next week Tuesday.

"Everything is okay, the paper works is ready but only one player will join the team next week because of a bereavement in the family."

"We will not name the player because this is personal."

The side is expected to leave Nadi today.

Forwards: Peni Ravai, Jo Dakuitoga, Manasa Tuidraki, Leroy Atalifo, Seremaia Naureure, Sevuloni Debalevu, Apisai Vatubuli, Rupeni Nasiga, Mataiasi Ucutabua, Wavisalome Vanakena, Alipate Mataivilia, Ulaiasi Lawavou, Manoa Tamaya, Filimoni Koroi, Aminiasi Nava, Nemani Nagusa;

Backs: Jock Liuta, Vilimoni Turagarua, Waisea Luveniyali, Jiuta Lutumailagi (Replacement), Jovesa Kunawave, Josua Kerevi, Sitiveni Kunaga, Naisa Vatuinaruku, Senivalati Ramuwai, Savenaca Nawaca, Vilitati Sokoveta, Nemani Rinakama, Luke Nadurutalo, Vilive Aria; Non-travelling reserves: Eremasi Radrodro, Aseri Baleitamana; Jone Ramatau, Emori Waqa





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