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Kikau joins best

Rajnesh Ishwar Lingam, Nadawa, Nasinu
Wednesday, December 06, 2017

Congratulations to giant Penrith forward and Fiji Bati second row Viliame Kikau for being named in the RLWC tournament team.

Kikau deserves a spot in the best as was evident from his performance.

He was lethal in attack and aggressive in defence and was a threat to his opponents. Even the Roos had named Bill as a threat to their title defence.

While bulk of the team has been dominated by players from Australia and England, I am glad that fellow South Sea Islanders Sio Taukieaho and Jason Taumalolo made the best alongside Lebanon's Mitchel Moses.

However, I felt that Akuila Uate and Kevin Naiqama deserved a spot in the team.

Anyways, congratulations to the Kangaroos for winning the RLWC title.

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