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Melbourne Storm's Vunivalu banks on Toorak home support

Sunday, October 08, 2017

Update: 7:38PM VODAFONE Fiji Bati and Melbourne Storm winger Suliasi Vunivalu will be relishing the chance to playing here at home in the upcoming Tri-Nations at the ANZ Stadium in Laucala Bay, Suva.

"All the boys are really excited to play in the upcoming Tri-Nations. And we hope that all the Fijians will enjoy watching the game this Saturday," Vunivalu said.

But one thing he will be banking on is the undoubted support from his friends and families at Bagasau, Toorak in Suva.

The community of Bagasau have always been ardent supporters of Vunivalu in all his games, whether playing for Fiji or for the 2017 National Rugby League (NRL) Premiers the Melbourne Storm.

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