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U18 squad selected

Emoni Narawa
Friday, August 22, 2014

THE Fiji under-18 rugby team management have named a 35-member squad to prepare for the New Zealand tour next month.

The players will march into camp at Laucala Bay Secondary School today. Most players that featured in the Deans Secondary School rugby competition were included in the squad.

Fiji U18 rugby head coach Elemaca Ravula said they would monitor the players' performance before further trimming the squad to 25.

"We will trim the team to 25 before we go," he said.

"These 35 players are the best players that performed during the trials on Tuesday."

Ravulo said the Fiji U18 sevens reps of Filipe Qoro, Epineri Uluiviti, Waisea Daroko and Joseva Rauga would undergo medical screening and fitness test.

All players are requested to report to camp at 11am with their camp materials including bedding, eating utensils and training gear.

Squad: Josaia Raboiliku, Eroni Cama, Onisimo Sina, Sameula Tawake, Vuniani Muakalou, Sitiveni Kubu, Jone Seavou, Sikeli Vonatabei, Mesulame Navakayala, Aisea Volavola, Epeli Matiyavi, Kitione Kamikamica, Onisimo Sukani, Pio Vukikomoala, Seveci Nasilisili, Alipate Orisi, Amisiasi Rokosugu, Waisea Daroko, Sela Toga, Epeli Sicinilawa, Jimione Raiwalui, Rusiate Vodo, Manasa Mataele, Beniamino Lutua, Filipe Qoro, Waisea Niumataiwalu, Etuate Sawailau, Jone Tuva, Onisimo Dakainikoro, Marika Kubu, Epineri Uluiviti, Joseva Rauga, Tevita Delaibau, Simon Lilicama, Joseva Lewakali





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