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Koroibete Remains A Storm

Marika Koroibete aims to remain with the Melbourne Storm in the National Rugby League (NRL). The 23-year-old Nairayawa, Namosi native is looking forward to a big season next year. “I
09 Dec 2015 12:16
Koroibete Remains A Storm

Marika Koroibete aims to remain with the Melbourne Storm in the National Rugby League (NRL).
The 23-year-old Nairayawa, Namosi native is looking forward to a big season next year.
“I haven’t planned anything yet and right now I am not interested or considering signing a new contract with any NRL club,”Koroibete said.
“First things first, I will do my part as a player and the rest will be done by my manager to work out my contract. I’m staying with the Storm and I’m enjoying my stay in Melbourne.
“I’m working hard for my family and improving my game.”
Koroibete was part of the NRL Gender Equality Project initiated by the the Australian Minister for International Development and the Pacific, Steven Ciobo.
“I am here for the launch of the project and to be a male advocate for the project which will also involve 52 rugby league clubs in Fiji.
Koroibete watched the Queensland Murri versus Davuilevu Knights match at the University of the South Pacific ground yesterday.
“Rugby league continues to grow in Fiji
and the players are lucky to be exposed at a young age.
“I hope this will be the trend and for that I am really happy with the way both teams played,” he said.
Koroibete departs for Melbourne today.



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