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Railevu man to watch

Maciu Malo
Friday, August 01, 2014

FLYING winger Tevita Railevu will be the man to watch for Outrigger Knights in the FNRL Nadroga zone semi-final clash against the Coastline Titans at the Kalevu ground tomorrow.

The Fiji secondary school rep was in top form for the Knights scoring three tries in their 20-16 win over Yanuca Cowboys last week.

The Korotogo flyer has been instrumental for Outrigger this season and is expected to play a huge role in the semi-final.

Nadroga zone development officer Suliasi Cakautabu said the 18-year-old had been the find of the season and is expected to continue from where he left off last week.

"Railevu has the class and ability to easily beat his opponent as shown in the game against the Cowboys last week," he said.

"He has the speed to burn and will be one of the Knights strike weapons in the elimination stage.

"The Sigatoka Methodist High School student will be heavily marked by the Titans who will also be bolstered with the services of three Fiji secondary school rugby players."

Cakautabu also acknowledged the presence and support provided by the Outrigger on the Lagoon general manager Peter Hopgood.








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