March 12, 2021
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Kanamusu passes away

Kaiviti Silktails extended squad member Semi Kanamusu has tragically passed away earlier this week.

This was confirmed by the Silktails team in a statement through their social media page earlier.

Semi was a member of the Silktails Elite Development Pathway Squad since its inception in early 2020 - initially out of the Coral Coast training hub then transferring to the West EDP based out of the Centre of Excellence in Lautoka.

He had made a great impression on all those that had met him and made close friends in and around the club, players and management alike.

His passing has come as a major shock to everyone at the club and has left his wife and one year and three months old daughter.

By Romeka Romena 


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