August 02, 2022
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Tuimaba and Maqala impress Gollings

Fiji 7s Coach Ben Gollings says France based winger Aminiasi Tuimaba and playmaker Sireli Maqala were impressive at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
 
Gollings said both the players brought in huge experience and is hopeful their inclusion in the team will add more depth to the side during 7s World Cup in Cape Town, South Africa.
 
"Credit to both Tuimaba and Maqala. They both bring experience and professionalism into the squad."
 
"Sireli really was fantastic. It gives you a lot of opportunity in your team and the same with Tuimaba just gives us a different balance out wide."
 
"So we have got the opportunity to them at the World Cup as well."
 
"So it's great to have that depth as we build towards the World Cup and the continuity as well as key in terms of being successful."
 
By Romeka Romena    
 


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