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Dolokoto’s Mum grateful

By WAISEA NASOKIA Former Fiji Schoolboys rugby captain Mesulame Dolokoto departed for Australia with high hopes yesterday. During an emotional farewell at the Nadi International Airport, proud mum, Bale Dolokoto
03 Feb 2014 10:25

By WAISEA NASOKIA

Former Fiji Schoolboys rugby captain Mesulame Dolokoto departed for Australia with high hopes yesterday.
During an emotional farewell at the Nadi International Airport, proud mum, Bale Dolokoto wished his son all the best in his career.
The former Queen Victoria School head boy will enroll at the University of Canberra and joins the Brumbies Rugby Academy.
His mum thanked God for answering her prayers.
“Firstly I would like to thank God as without his blessing this would not be possible,” Mrs Dolokoto said.
“With what we have gone through over the few months, we are very grateful.”The former Queen Victoria School Under-18 captain had earlier been given a scholarship to study at Hamilton Boys High School in New Zealand.
“He has made the right decision and as a mother I do respect his wishes as he wants to further his education and likewise continues his dream in rugby. I wish him all the best,” Bale said.
He will also be playing with former QVS student Henry Speight’s club which is coached by former Wallaby flyhalf and current Brumbies head coach Stephen Larkham.
Dolokoto is expected to undergo his orientation at the university this week as it begins on February 4-10.
“I sincerely thank the Larkham for making everything possible for Mesu to achieve his goal. We are indebted to him.”
His dad is away on a tour of duty with the Republic of Fiji Military Force since November 2012.

Mesulame Dolokoto (third from left) with mother Bale Dolokoto (fifth from left) and family members at Nadi International Airport yesterday. Photo: SHEIK DEAN




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