November 29, 2021
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Donu, Talacolo among top impact players

Fijiana utility Sesenieli Donu and Fiji men's 7s lanky forward Joseva Talacolo finished second on the DHL Impact Player Table at Dubai 7s.
Donu made 14 tackles, 3 line breaks, four offloads and 19 carries, totalling to 50 points.
Talacolo made 19 tackles, 3 line breaks, 9 offloads and 13 ball carries which totalled to 59.
Meanwhile, Kaminieli Rasaku finished fourth in the men’s table with 16 tackles, 4 line breaks, 3 offloads, 20 carries, totalling 54 points,
The second leg of the Dubai 7s kicks off on Friday.
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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