September 30, 2012
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Be humble, Suva players reminded

New holders of the Farebrother-Sullivan Cup, Fiji Bitter Suva were today reminded to be humble at a church service held in the Capital City.

Suva RU chairman Francis Kean said players were reminded that “the message from day one” has not changed.

“The church service today was just to return the honour and the glory to the Almighty for what the boys were able to achieve yesterday in Lautoka,” Kean said.

“And they were also reminded not to get ahead of themselves. The message is still the same from day one and that is to be humble in victory and keep their feet firmly planted on the ground.”

Kean said its early days for celebration and that they need to stay focus with two more important games against two big teams still to be played with Naitasiri up first next Saturday.

“Players were reminded to enjoy the victory but at the same time stay humble. “

In an earlier interview, Kean said they would focus on recovery to make sure the players are back to their peak on game day.

And regarding venue for their first defense next Saturday, Kean said he would need to consult the Fiji Rugby Union first.

Suva ended Nadroga’s Farebrother reign at Lautoka’s Churchill Park yesterday by a 20-17 victory with Naval officer Emosi Mulevoro, at fly-half, kicking 10 points.
 
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