May 03, 2022
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Uluinasau wins Impact Player award

Explosive Fijiana halfback Reapi Ulunisau won the DHL  Impact Player award at the Langford 7s which concluded in Canada yesterday.

The 27-year-old Nadroga lass who created history at the Olympics by being the only player to score four tries in a match and ended up as the Games top try scorer, was at her best form over the weekend.

She managed to collect a total of 80 points after making 13 tackles, 8 line breaks, 9 offloads and 25 carries.

Fijiana finished seventh in the tournament after beating Spain 26-7.

The Saiasi Fuli coached side is sixth overall on the points standing with 45 points.

The next leg will be the Toulouse 7s in France from the 20th to the 22nd of this month.

By Reginald Chandar


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