May 09, 2022
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Uluinasau continues to impress

Fijiana halfback Reapi Ulunisau continues to make headways after returning to action at HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series.

The speed queen from Nabau Village in Nadroga turned heads when she become the first rugby player to score four tries in a match at the Olympic Games.

In her World Rugby Series debut, the Olympic Games bronze medalist has scored 13 tries in 16 matches despite missing out in the Spanish Malaga and Seville 7s leg.

Ulunisau has been a hit in her first season on the circuit.

In Langford, she topped the DHL Impact Player table with six tries, eight breaks, nine offloads, 13 tackles and 25 carries.

Uluinasau will no doubt be one of the Fijianas ‘go to’ players at next week’s Toulouse 7s.

By Noa Biudole


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