November 02, 2012
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Talemaitoga to join team in Seoul

By Sunil Sharma

Hooker Tuapati Talemaitoga will join the Flying Fijians team in Seoul Korea upon their arrival this afternoon.

The Inoke Male coached side left our shores this morning via Korean Air to England for their Europe tour.

Southland, New Zealand based Talemaitoga could not arrive on time to Fiji and hence has been advised to team up with the rest of the boys in Seoul around 5.30pm (Korean time) today.

This was confirmed to FijiLive this morning by team manager Aseri Rokoura.

"Since he could not get here on time, he will wait for us in Korea and join the team there while the rest of the overseas players are eagerly waiting to join us in England," said Rokoura.

“Metuisela Talebula, Nikola Matawalu, Masi Matadigo, Josh Matavesi, Waisea Nayacalevu, Ravai Fatiaki, Vereniki Goneva, Deacon Manu and Jone Qovu all are waiting for our arrival."

The Flying Fijians will open their campaign against England on 10 November before taking on Gloucester on November 13, Ireland A on November 17 and Georgia on the 24th.

FijiLive

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