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Rugby show launch

Rashneel Kumar
Saturday, May 17, 2014

FIJI Television Limited launched its Super Rugby Fijians show yesterday.

The weekly show, which will be aired every Friday night on Fiji One, documents the stories of Fijians plying their trade in the top Super Rugby franchises in New Zealand and Australia.

The show produced by Fiji One sports journalist Vashneel Prasad is sponsored by Pacific Energy and Fiji Airways.

Fiji Airways managing director and CEO Stefan Pichler said they were delighted to be part of the show.

"We're proud sponsors of Fiji Rugby and we know how important and exciting rugby is for Fijians all over the world.

"That's why we are delighted to be a part of this show which celebrates how our rugby stars are plying their trade in Super Rugby," Pichler said.

"We wish our players all the best, and we know that their families at home as well as the staff of Fiji Airways will be watching the show with a huge sense of pride. It's fantastic that we're able to share their joy."








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