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Dubai tournament

Shalwyn Prasad Mukta Ben Place, Nabua, Suva
Thursday, November 30, 2017

The 2013/2014 Dubai Sevens leg was the first tournament victory for our Ratu Peni Rayani and his golden 7s team who continued the magic for three years ending with back to back series titles and the Olympics sevens glory in 2016.

Gareth Baber and his team are now on the same path with the 2017/2018 Dubai Sevens in sight and the three-year road to Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

A winning start should set the platform for yet another memorable journey to glory.

We need the magic and the Ben Ryan talanoa, veilomani and simplicity with no x-factor to get the ball rolling.

Go Fiji, go the flag will keep flying and the baton changing now from league to union.

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