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Union calls on players, clubs for support

Emoni Narawa
Thursday, May 22, 2014

SERUA Rugby Union has invited interested players and clubs to join the union for the new season.

Despite a late start to its club competitions, the minor union is optimistic of a successful campaign this season, setting sights on the B Division title.

SRU official Aporosa Boseiwaqa urged clubs to register and be affiliated to the union this season.

"Yes, we will be starting our club competition at the end of the month and we're inviting interested clubs to join us," he said.

Boseiwaqa said all Serua players around the country who wished to be part of the provincial team at the B division competition needed to participate at the union's club competition.

"We're inviting Serua natives who live around the country and want to represent the province in the B division, they're all welcome to but they need to be part of our club competition.

"We're looking forward to the challenge this season. Our aim is to do well in the B division competition. For the past years we have struggled to stamp our mark but now we will give it another try."

The SRU club competition kicks off on May 31 at the Korovisilou grounds.








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