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Fiji rugby’s talent is endless: Injera

Kenya sevens star Collins Injera says the Fiji 7s factory for rugby players is endless.

The 2023 McDonald’s Coral Coast Sevens ambassador said after witnessing three days of high-tempo competition, he was more than blown away.

“It’s surreal to see the amount of talent Fiji has,” Injera said.

“I have been to some of the villages and everywhere I go, from very young kids they are playing rugby.

“Then we come back to the ground and you witness at the end stage where the semifinals just go into multiple over-times, you get lost for words.

Injera said this would not be his last trip to Fiji and looks forward to coming back next year.

“It has been enjoyable and definitely I will be coming back.”

Injera thanked the Fijian people for the kind hospitality that has been shown to him and his family over the last few days.

Noa Biudole
Noa Biudole
Journalist |


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