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Sam Matavesi Appeals For Help To Locate His Stolen Rugby Kit In London

The bags contained 3 Fiji World Cup jerseys plus other signed Fiji shirts, World Cup cap and presentation medal, rugby kit, boots, trainers, gym shoes, and other personal belongings and rugby memorabilia.
16 Oct 2019 10:09
Sam Matavesi Appeals For Help To Locate His Stolen Rugby Kit In London
Sam Matavesi at RNAS Culdrose before heading out to the World Cup in Japan. Photo: David Gallagher

Rugby player Sam Matavesi is appealing for help to locate his rugby kit that was stolen upon his return to London from the Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan.

The Fijian rugby representative’s three bags had three Fiji World Cup jerseys, other signed Fiji shirts, his two rugby kits and World Cup cap, and presentation medal. BBC News UK reports

The other kit contained his boots and personal items.

These bags were stolen from his car that was parked in the NCP Finsbury Park in London.

After arriving from Japan, Mr Matavesi said that he had stayed the night in London while the car that has contained his bags was parked overnight at the NCP Finsbury Square car park.

“When we returned the next day, our car had been burgled, and my World Cup kits bags had been stolen from the car as well,

“The bags contained 3 Fiji World Cup jerseys plus other signed Fiji shirts, World Cup cap and presentation medal, rugby kit, boots, trainers, gym shoes, and other personal belongings and rugby memorabilia,” he said.

The Cornish Pirates player shared a post on Facebook asking people for help to locate the missing items and rugby memorabilia.

 

Other rugby players have lent their support for the guttered rugby player online, including England players Tom May and Brian Moore.

The former rugby union player, Tom May posted on Twitter:

 

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