June 08, 2022
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Talks of Fijiana's participation continues

Fiji Rugby, Rugby Australia and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs are moving ahead to confirm final details to ensure the Fijiana Drua return to defend their Super W title in 2023 and beyond.
 
FRU chief executive John O'Connor in a statement said they had productive meetings with Rugby Australia and its Chairman Hamish McLennan in this regard and another meeting is scheduled for late June to finalise all pending requirements
 
He further added that FRU remains grateful for the continued support and assistance of Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade through its Pacific Aus Sports programme, which makes Fijiana Drua’s Super W participation possible.
 
By Romeka Romena  
 


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