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Byrne Replaces Raiwalui

Byrne Replaces Raiwalui

The FRU press release said the appointment was after an extensive rigorous selection and negotiation process.  Coach Mick Byrne. Mick Byrne is the new Flying Fijians head coach. This was confirmed yesterday by the Fiji Rugby Union Interim Trustees after Byrne has accepted his appointment. He takes over from Simon Raiwalui who resigned last December.

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Royal Tea Ranadi Cup Provides Pathway For Macuata Women’s Rugby

Royal Tea Ranadi Cup Provides Pathway For Macuata Women’s Rugby

Macuata women’s rugby coach Motu Lalagavesi said player development is the central focus of the team. The emergence of the Macuata women’s rugby team in the Royal Tea Ranadi Cup competition has been further boosted as they now have a club competition. The Macuata women’s rugby side has topped their pool and is now awaiting

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Protect Boxing

Protect Boxing

Narayan said promoters take the risk of investing into their boxing programmes and they go about negotiating with boxers about their purse before signing them up. The Boxing Commission of Fiji (BCF) is working towards tightening the noose on boxers going to fight either in Australia or New Zealand. This was after Fijian boxer Samuela

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Te Aute College beat Horowhenua College 49-31 for Keretana Trophy

Te Aute College beat Horowhenua College 49-31 for Keretana Trophy

Horowhenua College loose forward Leo Fonoti takes on the Te Aute defence at Levin Domain. Two friends that met at teachers college 35 years ago have managed to forge a friendship between their respective schools through a shared love of rugby. Four years ago former Te Aute College’s Dr James Graham and Horowhenua College’s Chris

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