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  • Dolphins lead medal tally

    Dolphins lead medal tally

    16:58 Thu Oct 23, 2014

    The Dolphins club is currently leading the medal tally in the BSP Short Course Age Grade National Swimming championships at the Damodar Aquatic Centre in Suva.

  • Fijian named in England rugby side

    Fijian named in England rugby side

    07:47 Thu Oct 23, 2014

    The England rugby side has named Fijian and Bath wing Semesa Rokoduguni for the forthcoming November internationals against New Zealand, South Africa, Samoa and Australia.

  • Fiji FA announces NCC dates

    Fiji FA announces NCC dates

    06:25 Thu Oct 23, 2014

    The Fiji Football Association has announced that the 2014 Kriz Signs National Club Championship will be played in December.

  • Naholo signs with Highlanders

    Naholo signs with Highlanders

    06:30 Thu Oct 23, 2014

    Former New Zealand rugby sevens rep and Fijian Waisake Naholo has been snapped up by the Otago Highlanders for the 2015 Super Rugby season.

  • President inspires cricket side

    President inspires cricket side

    16:10 Yesterday

    The Fiji men’s cricket side was today reminded by the President Ratu Epeli Nailatikau to use the upcoming Australia tour as a stepping stone.

  • Ryan forgets Gold Coast victory

    Ryan forgets Gold Coast victory

    12:42 Yesterday

    Vodafone Fiji sevens coach Ben Ryan says he has forgotten about the victory in Gold Coast because it is now in the past.

  • Fijiana out to match top teams

    Fijiana out to match top teams

    12:40 Yesterday

    The Telecom Fijiana rugby 7s side is aiming to push its limits in order to match top teams in women’s rugby.

  • NZ U23 likely for Pacific Games

    NZ U23 likely for Pacific Games

    12:37 Yesterday

    The New Zealand Under-23 football side could play in the Pacific Games against the likes of the Fiji senior side.

  • Pacific teams to challenge IRB

    Pacific teams to challenge IRB

    06:42 Yesterday

    Samoa, Tonga and Fiji could legally challenge the International Rugby Board over their eligibility adjustments around players switching countries via the international sevens circuit.

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