June 21, 2022
  Follow @ Twitter

Vunivalu to stay with Reds

Fiji-born Wallabies winger Suliasi Vunivalu has re-signed with the Queensland Reds until the end of 2023.

Despite struggling for game time due to injuries, the Bua flyer has been another contract extension.

“I’m really excited to re-sign with Queensland and Australian Rugby," he said in a statement.

“I’m enjoying my time at Ballymore with the Reds.

“I’ve made a lot of good friends here and I have enjoyed learning from someone who also has experience in both codes in Brad Thorn.

The 26-year-old who is one of six uncapped players in for the Wallabies' three-Test series against England this July, has his eyes set on next year’s world cup.

“Playing in a World Cup for Australia was a big reason I made the move to rugby last year and I’ll be doing my best to hopefully achieve that goal.

“I’m looking forward to learning more over the next few months in Wallabies camp and taking that back to the Reds in 2023.”

By Noa Biudole


Post a Comment
Bookmark and Share


Posted Comments
No comments, but you can post the first comment!



Tickets sold out for exciting finish:Tikaram
Coca-Cola Games organising committee Chairperson Lawrence Tikaram said grandstand tickets on the final two days of competition have been sold out.
BOG cracker in Rewa v Lautoka
Defending champions Rewa will open their Punjas Battle of the Giants tournament campaign against hosts and defending league champs Lautoka at Churchill Park on Friday.
Cyclone Winston moves towards Tonga
Category 2 Tropical Cyclone Winston is moving away from the Lau group and towards Tonga.
Obama unveils gun violence proposals
President Barack Obama today demanded an assault weapons ban and universal background checks for gun buyers, stoking a generational clash with the firearms lobby after the Newtown school massacre.
Afghan street kid heads for the Oscars red carpet
An Afghan street kid is off to Hollywood and the red-carpet treatment at the Oscars -- a fairytale ending to a chance encounter that led to a starring role in a movie.
Online registration for foreign investors
Fiji will soon launch online registration and approvals system for foreign investors.