March 05, 2017
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Ravisa tops Tracker, named in Dream Team

Nippy Fijiana playmaker Tima Ravisa topped the DHL Performance Tracker in women’s competition at the Las Vegas 7s in Nevada today and was also named in the tournament’s Dream Team.

Ravisa in the last two days made 24 tackles, 7 breaks, 4 offloads and 25 carries- totaling to 60 points.

Mariia Perestiak finished second with 27 tackles, 2 breaks, 2 offloads and 23 carries while New Zealand’s Kelly Brazier was third with 16 tackles, 1 break, 4 offloads and 32 carries.

The Dream Team comprises of Ravisa, New Zealand’s Portia Woodman and Mikaela Blyde, Australia’s Sharni Williams, USA’s Naya Tapper and Leyla Kelter and Canada’s Brittany Benn.

The next women’s tournament will be played in Kitakyushu, Japan on April 22 and 23.

By Reginald Chandar


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