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Former football rep dies

Jo Kunaluvea
Wednesday, November 01, 2017

FORMER national and Nadroga football rep, Mesulame Titifanua will be buried at his village in Voua, Nadroga on Saturday.

Titifanua, 47, died last weekend after a short illness.

He played for Nadroga and Fiji in the early 1990s.

His former teammate Kame Tuilawaki said Titifanua was a skilful player during his playing days.

"We played together for Nadroga in 1988 when Nadroga won the Champion Versus Champion tournament and a year later we won the Inter-District Championship," Tuilawaki said.

"That was Nadroga's era where we had so many ace players like Radike Nawalu, Abraham Watkins, Ilikimi Tulalevu, Anirudh Singh and a few others including Mesu and our president is the current Fiji Football CEO.

"Mesu was a no-nonsense player both for Nadroga and Fiji and he always played from his heart.

"Opposite strikers would usually fear him because he was a very aggressive player, but always played within the rules. Off the field, he was a gentleman. He will be missed by his former teammates, both for Nadro and Fiji."








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