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Forget gold medal win

Amrit Singh, Nausori
Sunday, November 05, 2017

THE Fiji sevens team now needs to forget about the gold medal win at Rio.

I always hear and see that our small nation won gold medal and thats not the end of the world. Last year the medal affected our team mentally during HSBC Sevens World Series and our team wasn't consistent.

Now, our sevens team needs to think only about winning and being consistant in the series. I think that is what New Zealand has achieved.

We will celebrate much more when our gallant warriors break title records on the HSBC circurt.

Though we have lost a few senior players, we still have the likes of Mitieli Nacagilevu as he can spark our backline.

The day we win more trophies on the HSBC series than NZ, then we all can celebrate for the rest of the year.

The gold medal win is definitely in the past now.

Forget the bygones and all the best to the Fiji sevens team.

I hope to see a player back in Fiji sevens team soon who goes by the name of Ilai Tinai. I wonder where he is?

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