Fiji Time: 3:57 AM on Friday 23 March

Fiji Times Logo

/ Front page / Archives » Article Index

Right on track

Tomasi Boginiso, Nepani, Nasinu
Tuesday, October 31, 2017

RUGBY in Fiji seems to be on the right track for the Drua. In its first year it has reached the semi-finals.

It usually takes a few years to get to the top four, but for the Fiji Drua it has happened in just its first year in the competition.

The Flying Fijians did good in the beginning of the year with lots of Fijians securing contracts with overseas clubs.

Sometimes it is difficult for the national coach to round up the players, but together it's a different team altogether.

The Fiji Bati with a superb performance in the World Cup opener and with a dozen tries just shows the confidence and standard of rugby that the Fijians have.

Another weekend of rugby coming and we wish all those who will be on the field for Fiji all the best.

Go Fiji go.

Fiji Times Front Page Thumbnail

Kaila Front Page ThumbnailFiji Times & Kaila Frontpage PDF Downloads

Use the free Acrobat Reader to view.

Code Inward TTs Outward TTs
CAD 0.64200.6230
JPY 53.428750.4287
GBP 0.35090.3429
EUR 0.40370.3917
NZD 0.69470.6617
AUD 0.64370.6187
USD 0.49980.4828



Exchange Rate updated on 22nd, March, 2018

Today's Most Read Stories

  1. 'Sleeping on the job'
  2. Police to help Taliga
  3. 'Rape case serious'
  4. Vaccine plan
  5. Graduation moved
  6. 700 graduate
  7. PM urges alertness
  8. Couple get MA together
  9. Blue ribbon race
  10. Fifita ends law journey

Top Stories this Week

  1. Meningococcal disease outbreak Tuesday (20 Mar)
  2. 'Forced to go' Saturday (17 Mar)
  3. Doctors speak out Sunday (18 Mar)
  4. No desk for this girl Monday (19 Mar)
  5. Where are our horses Sunday (18 Mar)
  6. 12 dead by disease Tuesday (20 Mar)
  7. Police appeal to livestock owners Monday (19 Mar)
  8. Bathroom photos 'old' Friday (16 Mar)
  9. Speaker orders Nawaikula to withdraw accusation Saturday (17 Mar)
  10. Teacher reports male student in washroom for girls Tuesday (20 Mar)