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Fiji may have fallen short at the Sydney Sevens. But we are on top of the stadium. To Ben and the boys, maintain that number 1 status.

Andrew Gagalia
Wailoku

Congratulations

Watching the Fiji sevens team is like having a public holiday and you are sick in bed. Don’t know whether to laugh or cry! Congratulations anyway.

Arun Prasad

Dilkusha, Nausori

Well done

A big vinaka vakalevu to the boys for their display in Sydney. Well done and wish you luck in the remaining few tournaments.

Inoke Tuirara

Trafalgar, Dannevirke

Who is SBW?

Hopefully now Rawaca knows who Sonny Bill Williams is.

Amit Chandra

Ba

Road to Rio

Is our national 7s team preparing themselves for bronze medal playoffs at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games?

Zane Young

Lautoka

8 players in 7s

It seems in rugby anything is possible these days, a sevens game can also have eight players playing. I hope this was not part of their game plan. It surely went undetected.

Avineel Kumar

Nadi

Truly a hero

After his blockbusting in the sevens series, Vakatawa does it again with France in the Six Nations match with Italy with a devastating try that put France in their first win in the championship. Vakatawa is truly a hero in what he does. Congratulations Vakatawa and all the best in the rest of the games in the Six Nations.

Tomasi Boginiso

Nasinu

Mighty ABs 7s

They did it again, the world champion mighty ABs 7s. Back-to-back champions in the World Sevens Series leg for the second time. Vinaka vakalevu to the “silent assassin”, Tomasi Cama Jnr, the ABs 7s video analyst. Muchas gracias!

Anthony Sahai

Auckland, New Zealand

No power, speed

It seems Fiji has good and quality players, but I don’t know why the coach is banking on the old players. Looking at New Zealand, the players have strength and also the power with speed, but our team have strength but no power and speed. To win the circuit I believe the coach has to see the power, endurance and strength.

Fazeel Khan

Saweni, Lautoka

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