April 19, 2021
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Bukuya to return in last leg

Bukuya will return as the confirmed 16th team in the last leg of the Super Sevens Series which will be staged at Lautoka's Churchill Park next month.

Suspended Police White will also return after missing the third leg last month.

Fiji Rugby Union Operations Manager Sale Sorovaki said they received applications from various teams but Bukuya surpassed them all.

The leg is unofficially won by Police Blue who are leading with 66 points but Sorovaki said the last leg will be useful as Fiji 7s team prepares for the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games.

He also mentioned that fixtures of the last leg will be out by next week.

By Romeka Romena   

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