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Coached by Fiji National Rugby League development officer, Sale Tubuna, the side is undergoing intense training to get them prepared for this international event. The game has drastically improved and has become bigger and faster over the years. The
Team coach Sale Tubuna said they have 34 players in the squad who have been training for the past few months. The World Cup will be held in July in England and the Sharks are defending the title which they won in the inaugural tournament in 2008.
The Fiji Police team are preparing to defend the Police Rugby League World Cup title in Europe next June. With the limited time on their radar, Tubuna said they should complete the jig-saw puzzle of naming the best team prior to departing the country.
Sale Tubuna back at the helm for the top job, the lawmen are relishing the huge responsibility that lies ahead...He is hoping to select a strong team from the Police Sharks that have been competitive during the Fiji National Rugby League club
And it has allowed players to rest before training resumes on January 7. Sale Tubuna said Thursday marked the end of the training calendar for 2012. Tubuna has been monitoring players as they gear up for the 2013 Rugby League World Cup in Europe next
Raitini is the latest Fiji Rugby Union player to make a switch to rival code, rugby league. Times Sports understands that Raitini, who starred at the IRB Sevens World Series tournament in the Gold Coast last October, has joined National Rugby League (
National Rugby League development officer Sale Tubuna is "satisfied" with the results from the fitness test of the Fiji Residents Eastern players. The Suva-based players underwent a beep test yesterday and Tubuna was happy with the progress made by
However, only 18 players responded to the call at training this week...He said the preparation for the 2013 Rugby League World Cup had started and players needed to make themselves available if they wanted a spot in the national team. "We are urging
Formerly known as the Nausori Bulldogs, the club's new name is yet to be confirmed. Sale Tubuna confirmed the news to Times Sport. "Yes, we have been talking with officials from the club who are eager to join the competition next year. They are not
Yesterday, the Fiji National Rugby League revealed the much awaited premier grade final between Sabeto Roosters and Makoi Bulldogs will be played at the Ra Sports Ground in Rakiraki. The finals of the under-14, under-16, under-18 and reserve grade