May 16, 2021
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Vunivalu double a stir for the ARU

Queensland Reds faced a 40-19 defeat against the Highlanders in the opening of Super Rugby Trans-Tasman match on Friday but flyer Suliasi Vunivalu remained upbeat with his talent.

The Fijian produced two magic moments with his two tries that would have had Wallabies coach Dave Rennie smiling. 

His first acrobatic take in the air to turn a Bryce Hegarty high ball into a try was all class.

Another, catch on full-time for a second try just emphasised his talent. reported that it was such a shame he was injured for so much of Super Rugby AU. This Trans-Tasman series over five weeks is going to be huge to fast-forward his rugby education. 

The Reds will meet the Super Rugby Aotearoa Champs Crusaders in the second round of the Trans-Tasman.

By Romeka Romena  

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