August 12, 2022
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Super W champs secure sponsor

Super W champions Fijiana Drua have secured a three-year sponsorship deal with Fiji Gas.

The deal will see the Fiji Gas logo on the Fijiana Drua playing shorts until 2025.

Fiji Rugby Chairman Commodore Humphrey Tawake acknowledged the sponsorship as a continued sign of support and development towards women’s rugby in the country.

“As an organization, we are working hard to raise the standard of professionalism across all areas of business,” Tawake said.

“Our on field offering aims to be first class and with the help of Fiji Gas we will surely raise to another level.”

Fiji Gas Chief Executive Hans Reiher added it was an aim to help further the development of womens rugby in the nation.

“We are happy to be able to support the Fijiana Drua which will ultimately support the development and pathway of womens rugby in Fiji.”

By Noa Biudole  


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