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Reign Begins

Brigadier-General Mosese Tikoitoga is a happy man after the Republic of Fiji Military Forces scored a 18-10 win over Police at the ANZ Stadium in Suva yesterday. “It’s quite satisfying
01 Nov 2014 13:40
Reign Begins
RFMF rugby team captain Isake Katonibau (right), with the other team members lift the Ratu Sukuna Bowl after they beat Police 18-10 at the ANZ Stadium yesterday. Photo: Rama

Brigadier-General Mosese Tikoitoga is a happy man after the Republic of Fiji Military Forces scored a 18-10 win over Police at the ANZ Stadium in Suva yesterday.

“It’s quite satisfying to have that winning feeling again,” the RFMF commander said.

He commended the effort of the players and the coaching staff who all contributed to the win after two years.

“The boys fought well and won the battle.  I’m very grateful they put together a programme and produced the desired result.

“There were many involved in the preparation, the coaching staff, management and the RFMF family.

“We thank Police for the good game but at the end of the day, one will win and one will lose.”

He says the challenge is to defend the title next year.

One month with Nauga

The man who helped in the RFMF victory yesterday was BLK Nadroga coach Esala Nauga.

“I spent one month with the team and there were a lot of areas which we worked on and first was our training programme,”Nauga said.

“Most of the players played in provincial competition so we had to do some changes to the training programme to suit the players.

“I’m happy that  we won over a strong Police team.”

Feedback:  anasilinir@fijisun.com.fj

 

 



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