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Vunivalu wants to keep Bati spot

Zanzeer Singh
Saturday, December 02, 2017

MELBOURNE Storm winger Suliasi Vunivalu is keen to represent the Fiji Bati in the future.

Vunivalu has had a great National Rugby League season, claiming the Dally M top try scorer for the second year running. He set a new record of most number of tries in two NRL season with 46.

The 22 year old is second on the 2017 Rugby League World Cup top try scorers list with nine, three behind leader Valentine Holmes of Australia.

Vunivalu said it was really good to make three semi-finals in a row.

"The boys are happy," he said.

"I always have a soft spot for Fiji I will always make myself available for more tests matches for Fiji.

"I'm looking forward to the celebration. When we boarded the plane it was amazing to see the pride all the players have for the county."

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