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McKee to name stand-by players

By EMONI NARAWA
Friday, May 30, 2014

Update: 1:46PM VODAFONE Flying Fijians head coach John McKee has revealed that he will name some of the stand-by players in the run-on Test match against Italy next week.

After a training session this morning, McKee said he would not reveal the name but definitely a standby player would be considered for the match against the Azzuri.

"We've got players coming in but I will consider some of the players at training this week for the match against Italy," he said.

"And that includes one of the standby players."

McKee had a training session with the national 15s team at 10am and another afternoon hit out before the players will disperse for the weekend.

Fiji plays Italy at the ANZ stadium next Saturday at 3pm.








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