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Bati coach Jo Rabele said preparations are on track for the end-of-the-month Papua New Guinea tour. He said only the locals were in camp in Fiji while the nine overseas-based players were keeping up with their respective training wherever they are. "
G Emoni Narawa Saturday, October 15, 2011 THE Fiji National Rugby League yesterday named Joe Rabele to coach the Vodafone Fiji Bati rugby league side for the Papua New Guinea tour next month. Rabele who guided the Bati team to a historic 2008 Rugby
Aussie Rules Fiji recorded a huge turnout at the Australian Football League (AFL) Fiji Day Cup competition. Over 100 high school students attended the inaugural event at the soggy Veiuto Primary School grounds. Six teams from Nausori, Nabua and
Fiji Bati side that will tour Papua New Guinea later this month. The seven were part of the Fiji Residents side that won the Vodafone Battle of the Bati series on Monday. Fiji National Rugby League operations manager Rusiate Ratakele said ten players
Emoni Narawa Sunday, October 02, 2011 THE Fiji Resident rugby league team management is impressed with the attitude of players at camp for the past two days. The Residents side are preparing for the Battle of the Bati tournament which kicks off next
The company also presented a cheque to help the team prepare for the upcoming Battle of the Batis and the Papua New Guinea tour. Steve McLellan said the agreement was a win-win situation for the both parties.
Tigers rugby league duo Marika Koroibete and Taqele Naiyaravoro will feature for the Australia Fijians in the upcoming Battle of the Bati tournament next month. The duo who played in the Toyota Cup this season, are eyeing a spot in the Vodafone Fiji
Gayanendra Prasad will control the Fiji National Rugby League Vodafone Cup grand final between Nadera Panthers and the Namatakula Tigers in Suva this afternoon. Prasad, who was raised in Vuniyalayala, Labasa, is no stranger to the sport. He in fact
Panther's coach Vula Dakuitoga said they would not be doing anything new and were just concentrating on defending and attacking. "We will improve our defending and better our attacking aspect of the game," Dakuitoga said. Nadera won the Eastern
Ratakele commended the work of local managers and coaches of the teams for the development of players. "This is an indication of the investment into junior players' development," Ratakele said. The Bulldogs had their Under 16 and Under 18 side the