May 12, 2022
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7s players clean up Sigatoka Hospital

Fiji 7s Coach Ben Gollings says it is important for him and the team to always give back to their community which supports them wherever they go.

The spent their day-off at the Sigatoka Hospital providing community work as well as meet fans and visiting patients who are admitted.

“As a team it is important to give back to the community to where we get a lot of support,” Gollings said.

“It is also a good opportunity, for a team bonding exercise where we are able to work together in a different environment.”

The team departs for Toulouse 7s tournament in France on Sunday with Gollings expected to announce his travelling squad soon.

By Noa Biudole


 


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