Fiji 7s star of the 90s, Noa Nadruku and Kenya 7s great Collins Injera will be inducted into the Rugby Town Walk of Fame in Sigatoka during the Coral Coast 7s this month.
Injera, 36, holds the second place for number of tries scored on the World Rugby Sevens Series with 271.
He came out of retirement to play for Kenya at the 7s World Cup in Cape Town in September.
Nadruku, 55, was one of the stars of the Fiji 7s team in the 90s before moving to Australia to make a name for himself in Rugby League with the Canberra Raiders.
The Namatakula villager from Nadroga went on to win the 1994 Grand Final with the Raiders, in 1993 and 1996 he was the top try-scorer in the NRL.
The pair will join legends like David Campese, Waisale Serevi, Jonah Lomu, Viliame Satala, Ben Gollings, Karl Tenana and Lote Tuqiri in the Walk of Fame.
The McDonald’s Coral Coast 7s will feature 16 men’s teams, 12 women’s teams and 16 youth teams.