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Fijiana extended squad for Rugby World Cup 2021 announced
05:37 am GMT+12, 24/11/2020, Fiji

Fijiana 15s head coach Senirusi Seruvakula has named his extended squad for the upcoming Women’s Rugby World Cup.
 
Players were chosen from the Skipper Cup, Vodafone Vanua challenge, and the recently concluded Regional 10s competition.
 
Some notable names in the squad include Sereima Leweniqila, Rusila Nagasau, veteran Mere Moto, Lavenia Tinai, Ana Maria Roqica,Lautoka’s Sesenieli Donu, and Fijiana 7s rep Raijieli Daveua.
 
Also in the mix is Fijiana 7s recruits Doreen Narokete, winger Alowesi Nakoci, former captain Priscilla Siata and impressive Nadroga full-back Reapi Uluinasau.
 
The Women’s Rugby World Cup will be held in New Zealand between September 18 and October 16 next year.
 
FORWARDS
 
1. Vika Matarubu
2. Makereta Tunidau
3. Litia Marama
4. Joma Sera
5. Sereima Leweniqila
6. Josivini Gusivalu
7. Laisa Taga
8. Akosita Raratabu
9. Karalaini Nasewa
10. Maria Marawa
11. Lanieta Lala
12. Laisa Vosa
13. Aliti Vosabiai
14. Mariana Talatoka
15. Merewai Cumu
16. Mere Tuidama
17. Senimelia Waqa
18. Maria Narara
19. Sereima Rauqe
20. Rusila Nagasau
21. Vasiti Turaganisolevu
22. Isabella Koi
23. Salanieta Railumu
24. Emily Taylor
25. Akosita Lete
26. Luisa Kunadua
27. Margaret Tabuanitoga
28. Fulori Nabura
29. Bulou Wainikiti
30. Doreen Narokete
31. Verenaisi Bari
32. Keleni Marawa
33. Ilivani Biukula
34. Ema Adivitaloga
35. Eunice Rainima
36. Torika Semo
37. Mere Moto
38. Nioni Nai
39. Lavenia Tinai
 
BACKS
 
40. Mereula Torooti
41. Ana Maria Roqica
42. Setaita Railumu
43. Tokasa Seniyasi
44. Livia Nadei
45. Lusia Basei
46. Seleima Vuidravuwalu
47. Sisilia Namatasere
48. Mereani Moceituba
49. Mela Matanatabu
50. Ro Ela Radiniyavuni
51. Sesenieli Donu
52. Vasiti Solikoviti
53. Vitalina Naikore
54. Ana Maria Naimasi
55. Adi Vani Buleki
56. Miliakere Raluve
57. Raijieli Daveua
58. Losana Bainivalu
59. Aloesi Nakoci
60. Adi Ana Rawailala
61. Litiana Vueti
62. Taraivini Adiraba
63. Rusila Tamoi
64. Priscilla Siata
65. Loata Rokobe
66. Mereani Solevu
67. Virisila Radovu
68. Reapi Uluinasau
69. Lavena Cavuru
70. Laisana Likuceva
71. Asena Rokomarama.

SOURCE: FBC NEWS/PACNEWS


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