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Fiji 3 in dream team

Waisale Koroiwasa
Tuesday, February 06, 2018

WHILE flying winger Alosio Naduva was named player of the final at the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series in Hamilton on Sunday night, three of his teammates from the Fiji Airways Fiji 7s side were named in the tournament's dream team.

World Rugby reported new off-load master Kalione Nasoko joined Scott Curry of New Zealand and Australia's Lachie Anderson in the forwards.

Skipper Jerry Tuwai was named as halfback with another Fijian Vilimoni Koroi of New Zealand at the play-making role.

South Africa hard man Werner Kok was slotted at the rover's role with Eroni Sau on the wing.

Meanwhile, the series will take a short break until March.

The next tournament will be held in Las Vegas, USA and move across to Vancouver in Canada for the next leg.

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