July 09, 2022
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Drua has changed rugby landscape: Robertson

Super Rugby Pacific  winning coach Scott Robertson believes the Swire Shipping Fijian Drua have changed the entire landscape of rugby in Fiji in terms of growth and development of the sport in the island nation.

The Crusaders mentor was among the crowd to watch the second round of the Pacific Nations Cup in Lautoka.

“The competition(PNC) is improving and Drua has made a massive difference,” Robertson told local media.

They have bought a lot of depth to Fiji Rugby and is definitely is a great opportunity and it would be good to keep the momentum.”

Robertson said the energy in Fiji Rugby was unparalled and was awesome to be part of a great crowd in Lautoka.

“The energy is great, and it is just good to be in the country.”

The six time Super Rugby winning coach is on holiday with his family.

By Noa Biudole


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