September 27, 2022
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Fiji 7s players warned on political shows

Fiji 7s players and officials have been warned not to participate in any events that can be used for political mileage under the disguise of Rugby World Cup Sevens celebrations.
 
Fiji Rugby Union chairman Humphrey Tawake said players and management need to refrain from participating or being personally involved in any political party events, meetings, gatherings, or public relations. 
 
“Political parties, groups and individuals are reminded to act professionally and responsibly and not use the RWC 7s win and players for their personal and political advantage,” Tawake said.
 
“The Fiji Rugby 7s players are professional players who are strictly guided by a Code of Conduct. The general public is advised that the appearance of Fiji 7s players and the display of the Melrose Cup will only occur in FRU sanctioned events," he said.
 
By Noa Biudole
 


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