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Extended squad focuses on Glasgow

Rashneel Kumar
Tuesday, April 08, 2014

THE Vodafone Fiji 7s extended squad started their preparations for the final leg of the 2013/14 HSBC series at Pacific Harbour yesterday.

Team manager Paula Biu said coach Ben Ryan would assess the 24 players' part of the squad during the three-day training camp.

Biu said a few players, who were part of the last leg were carrying injuries and Ryan would be working on selecting the replacements from this squad.

"This squad has players that impressed Ben in the Marist 7s and some other tournaments that he attended," Biu said.

"Ben will assess them during the three-day camp to see whether they fit in the final 18-member squad that he will be naming for the last leg."

The squad had its first training session yesterday with two sessions scheduled today.

Extended squad — Anare Saurara (Raiwaqa), Apimeleki Mocekula (Yamacia), Apisalome Waqatabu (Police), Asaeli Boko (Wardens), David Batiratu (CKs Ezy Buys Tabadamu), Eminoni Nasilasila (Hideaway Hurricanes), Eroni Sau (Red Rock), Iosefo Rasese (Waimanu), John Stewart (Army), Jone Vota (CKs Ezy Buys Tabadamu), Ledua Mau (Covenant Brothers), Levani Tani (Ratu Filise), Luke Navuwai (Yamacia), Malakai Nalawa (Tokatoka Westfield Barbarians), Mosese Mawalu (Yamacia), Navitalai Ratulevu (Marist), Ropate Labalaba (Yamacia), Sitiveni Raseka (Wardens), Sitiveni Waqa (CKs Ezy Buys Tabadamu), Taione Ravudama (CKs Ezy Buys Tabadamu), Ulaiasi Lovu (Ratu Filise), Viliame Mata (Hideaway Hurricanes), Waisale Kuruisaravi (Yamacia), Waqa Robanakadavu (Red Rock).





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