June 09, 2022
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Six Fijians in Super Rugby semis

Six players with links to Fiji will feature in this weekend’s semifinals as the window closes down towards the final two teams to challenge for the 2022 Super Rugby Pacific title.

Livewire flanker and Wallaby Rob Valetini returns from injury for the Brumbies.

They face a star studded Blues outfit which includes Alex Hodgman and Hoskins Sotutu.

George Bower and Sevu Reece return for the 12 time champions Crusaders who host the Chiefs and Pita Gus Sowakula in the second semifinal.

Chiefs winger Emoni Narawa is out due to injury.

The Crusaders host the Chiefs tomorrow night at 7.05pm at Orangetheory Stadium with the Blues to host the Brumbies at Eden Park at 7.05pm on Saturday.

By Noa Biudole


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