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Fiji National Rugby League (FNRL) clubs are happy with the outcome of the annual general meeting (AGM) held in Suva last Saturday. Dee Cees Nadera Panthers head coach Vula Dakuitoga
There is a change of venue for the Fiji National Rugby League (FNRL) Limited annual general meeting on Saturday. This was confirmed yesterday by FNRL operations officer Joe Finau, who
Apisai Taoba aims for the best in his first 2015 Pacific Games in Papua New Guinea next month. The Narociva, Nayau, Lau, native is the youngest member in the Fiji
The Kurabui Warriors started off their Vodafone Cup rugby league campaign on a high at Dreketi High School last Saturday. The team from Nakanacagi beat Nakalou Raiders 14 – 4.
The Fair Trade Makoi Bulldogs scored their first win in the Vodafone Cup competition yesterday. This was they beat the Pack Leader Nabua Broncos 22-18 in the second round at
The Kurabui Warriors rugby league team aims to make it to the final of the Vodafone Cup this year. This comes after the team from Dreketi will be one of
Referees and touch judges of the Vodafone Cup’s Top 8 competition should not be intimidated by the crowd but execute the right decisions on the field, says a veteran coach.
North Queensland Cowboys under-20s prop Viliame Kikau’s rise from rugby union centre to bench forward for the Fiji Bati was sealed with a standout performance against the Newcastle Knights last
Fiji National Rugby League officials were thoroughly pleased after the opening round of the 2015 Vodafone Cup competition yesterday. FNRL acting general manager Albert Sanday said despite three defaults, they
The All Freight Logistics (AFL)/Puma Davuilevu Knights got a timely boost from Sports World yesterday. This was after they received
The Fiji National Rugby League aims to improve the standard of refereeing and management in the 2015 Vodafone Cup competition,
Korbin Sims has trumpeted his Maroons credentials to Mal Meninga by starring against his Papua New Guinea team. An NRL-rich
Vodafone Fijian Bati and Melbourne Storm winger Marika Koroibete is confident that they are going to put on a good
Experience is the most important component when it comes to defending the Pacific Games gold medal, says the national rugby
Ba Provincial Freebird Institute retained the Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby League Under-19 Colin Love Vodafone Bati Trophy at Garvey Park
The Vodafone Fijian Bati assistant coach Josaia Rabele is working on the three local-based players as they prepare for the
Ba Provincial Free Bird Institute will play Nasinu Secondary School in the final at Garvey Park in Tavua this Saturday.
Fiji National Rugby League has named Osea Sadrau, Tikiko Noke and Timoci Ratulolo as the local players to feature for
Tavua’s Garvey Park will host the Vodafone Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby League semifinals tomorrow. Fiji National Rugby League acting general
Discipline has been a problem for us and we plan to work on that before the actual games starts, says
MILLARD – Daryl Millard, in his second NRL game of the season showed an improved performance with a big workload
Joeli Savou and Jone Wesele have been terminated by the Fiji National Rugby League (FNRL). Savou, FNRL operations manager and
MILLARD RETURN – Daryl Millard made his return to the NRL after five seasons in the Super League in the
BROOKVALE DEBUT – 22-year- old Fijian-Australian, Brayden Wiliame made his debut under Manly Sea Eagles colours after previously playing six
Petero Civoniceva Foundation has achieved charitable trust status and will begin working with schools around the country next month. Co-Founders
It is likely no overseas players will make the Vodafone Fiji Bati team to play Papua New Guinea on May
Watch Navosa Central College Under-19 rugby league team in this year’s Vodafone Trophy competition, says Suliasi Cakautabu. The Fiji National
UNSTOPPABLE SEMI TRAILER – that’s one way to describe Radradra’s performance in NRL Round One for Parramatta Eels vs Manly
The Fiji Residents will go in as underdogs in the 2015 Pacific Games in Papua New Guinea on July 4-18.