August 19, 2012
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Joeli Lutumailagi out for nine months

Former Fiji 7s flyer and Nadroga centre Joeli Lutumailagi has been sidelined for nine months due to a neck injury he sustained during a friendly against Beziers yesterday.

Lutumailagi copped a high tackle in the friendly and will sit out for nine month, the French ProD2 club, Narbonne, said in their official twitter account.

Big loss for RCNM, he would have been able to be one of revelations of the championship, the club said.

Lutumailagi signed with Narbonne earlier this year for the next two seasons.

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