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Luveniyali Assists Kickers

Former Vodafone Flying Fijians first five –eighth Waisea Luveniyali is assisting the Queen Victoria School Under-18 team in preparation for the Coke Zero Deans semi-final against St John’s College tomorrow.
04 Aug 2017 11:00
Luveniyali Assists Kickers
Former Vodafone Flying Fijians first five-eighth Waisea Luveniyali assists the QVS U18 kickers during training on August 2, 2017. Photo: Vilimoni Vaganalau

Former Vodafone Flying Fijians first five –eighth Waisea Luveniyali is assisting the Queen Victoria School Under-18 team in preparation for the Coke Zero Deans semi-final against St John’s College tomorrow.

Luveniyali reminded the players that kicking helps in winning territory and eventually the game on many occasions.

“These players got talent so I’m working with the kickers guiding them on skills and on right techniques.

“Kicking is crucial and I’m impressed to see how these young players are stepping up to the challenge during this learning process,” Luveniyali said.

The Kasavu Village, Naitasiri native stressed the importance of decision making when under pressure.

“It’s important players make the right decision when under pressure.

“The level of rugby in the Coke Zero Deans has gone up and it’s important they are able to execute the game plan.

“St John’s College will be tough and it’s going to be an exciting game.”

Luveniyali was a late call up for the Flying Fijians in the 2007RWC after playing for Fiji in the U21RWC.

 

Injury worry

Five players are under injury cloud following the quarterfinal match against Ratu Navula last Saturday.

Assistant principal Dan Domoni confirmed the players are under medical observation including captain Peni Narube and winger Peni Moi.

“We hope they recover before the game on Saturday,”he said.

Edited by Osea Bola

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