November 29, 2021
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Fuli wants positive results in 2nd leg

Fiji 7s Head Coach Saiasi Fuli wants to see positive results from the Fiji 7s men’s team in the second leg of the Dubai 7s this week.
Speaking from Dubai, Fuli said all the players are fit and the team is injury free which is positive news for the side. 
He said the focus for this week is to have a good recovery and assess all the injuries and then start all over again with the training while focusing on the opposition.
He said the team will try to continue to play while managing the tournament well, manage the competition and produce positive results.
He added that playing back to back competitions will be tough especially the starting of a new series and looking at the competition.
The second leg of the competition will kick off on Friday.
Meanwhile, Fiji 7s side is drawn in Pool C with Argentina, France and Spain.
Pool A has Leg 1 champions South Africa, Great Britain, Ireland and Japan while Pool B has USA, Australia, Kenya and Canada.
By Romeka Romena   

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