May 17, 2022
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Nathan to coach Nasinu in Fiji FACT

2012 Fiji FACT winner Shivam Nathan returns to the tournament after a decade, but this time as the head coach of Nasinu.

The former Nasinu, Suva and Navua rep replaces Mira Sahib who has resigned due to personal reasons

Nasinu's Normalization Committee head Jagindar Singh confirmed the appointment to FijiLive  and said Nathan is no stranger to Nasinu as he played for the district and coached as well.

He said though the new coach has a short time to prepare, they are confident the team will do well in the tournament and live up to their "giantkillers" tag.

NZOTC sponsored Nasinu will take on Tailevu Naitasiri in the opening match at 11am at the ANZ Stadium in Suva on Sunday.

By Romeka Romena  


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