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Wearing the Fiji Bati jumper

Raymond Singh, Golf Links, Lautoka
Friday, November 10, 2017

I refer to the letter by Rajeev Sharma of Canberra, Australia


Please, do not worry about the Fiji Bati having one but two ex-kangaroos.

We, the diehard rugby league fans, are not keen to go back to 2011-2012 regarding Uate nor Hayne being an ex-Kangaroo.

Right now we are focused on the 2017 Vodafone Fiji Bati team and wish them well in their upcoming matches.

Picking on trivial things about the correspondent's knowledge of rugby league is no big deal as both Hayne and Uate are wearing the Fiji jumper as proud Fijians.

Go, Fiji Bati go, we are with you all the way.

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