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Hard Work counts, Says Coach Tanivula

The Telecom Fijiana 7s squad had a torrid training session yesterday as they round off their preparation for this weekend’s Central Coast 7s tournament in Australia. Coach Iliesa Tanivula ran
22 Oct 2014 11:53
Hard Work counts,  Says Coach Tanivula
Fiji Airways Fijiana 7s captain Raijeli Daveua on her way to score against New Zealand at the FMG Stadium in Hamilton, New Zealand, on January 26, 2020. Photo: Bruce Southwick/ZoomFiji

The Telecom Fijiana 7s squad had a torrid training session yesterday as they round off their preparation for this weekend’s Central Coast 7s tournament in Australia.

Coach Iliesa Tanivula ran the players at Mount St Mary’s ground before they ended up at the HPU Gym in Nadi.

“Fitness is one key area we are looking at and hopefully we can improve on over the coming weeks,” he said.
“Different girls come with different fitness levels and that is something we got to work on and also work on our mistakes.”
Tanivula said there has been a steady progress, but the players need to improve their overall performance.

“There has been good response from the girls toward training and the enthusiasm is building amongst the players.”

The former Auckland Blues winger has challenged the players to step forward and be part of the Fijiana side but they have to earn it through hard work, which the selection criteria would be based on.

Tanivula added that he would be looking forward to scout players in Australia as they prepare for the 2014/15 IRB Women’s Sevens World Series.
The team leaves for Australia tomorrow.

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