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Ravouvou eligible to play

By JOSEFA MAKABA
Saturday, May 10, 2014

Update: 6:15PM THE Vodafone 7s team will be back to full strength when they face Japan in their second pool match of London 7s at Twickenham tonight.

Nadi utility Vatemo Ravouvou who was suspended for four games after being cited for a dangerous tackle at the Glasgow 7s in Scotland last weekend will be eligible to play again against Japan.

The Ben Ryan-coached side will take on the ever-improving Spain side in their opening Pool C encounter at 8:44pm tonight.

Fijis other matches tonight will be against Japan at 11:28pm before they take on Australia at 3:38am.

The London 7s kicks off at 8pm when Canada play Samoa.

New Zealand leads the series with 158 points followed by South Africa on 139, Fiji on 129 and England on 117.








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