November 05, 2012
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No replacements yet for duo: Rokoura

Flying Fijians team management have not decided on replacements for France-based Masi Matadigo and Waisea Nayacalevu who were injured while playing for Racing Metro and Stade Francais in the Top 14 competition at the weekend.

Team manager Aseri Rokoura said they arrived safetly in London, and had a pool session as soon as they arrived.

“Europe- based players in the likes Ravai Fatiaki , Josh Matavesi, Deacon Manu, Nikola Matawalu and Metuisela Talebula will join the team today,” Rokoura said.

“Tuapati and Domalilai are expected to join the team tomorrow.”

Flying Fijians November Tour matches (Fiji Time)
- Fiji v England at Twickenham – 3.30am on Sunday, 11 November (Referee: Glen Jackson (NZRU))
- Fiji v Gloucester at Kingsholm – 8.40am on Wednesday, 14 November
- Fiji v Ireland XVs at Thomond Park – 6.30am on Sunday, 18 November (Referee: Leighton Hodges (WRU))
- Fiji v Georgia in Tbilisi – Sunday, 24 November (Referee: Pascal Gauzere (FFR))

By Lavenia Vuadreu
 

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