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Letters: 14th March, 2019

Come hell or high water, confidence and positivity, at all costs,must be instilled in every single member of our Fiji Airways Fiji 7s team chosen to don our national 7s team’s jersey in Hong Kong come April 5-7, 2019.
14 Mar 2019 13:07
Letters: 14th March, 2019

Stay positive
Ronnie Chang, Nadi

Come hell or high water, confidence and positivity, at all costs,must be instilled in every single member of our Fiji Airways Fiji 7s team chosen to don our national 7s team’s jersey in Hong Kong come April 5-7, 2019.

To be the true champions, we must beat the very best, be they Australia, Kenya, New Zealand, England or South Africa.

Do not be too complacent, though.

Minnows caused some major upsets in the just-concluded Vancouver 7s.

Remember, Spain creating 7s history by defeating our Kiwi giants, NZ?

Any talk of “Pool of Death grouping” instills negativity and will not help our cause as defending champs.

May the best 12 experienced seasoned players chosen to represent Fiji play good, clean, disciplined, open, hard explosive running 7s rugby every special moment of every match until each final whistle.

Prepare as best as you possibly can. Go forth. Play as one good solid unit. Enjoy. De- liver. Come home victorious.

Almost every single Fijian, at home and abroad will be behind you praying for your success, again. Toso Viti toso!

Boeing 737 Max 8
Tomasi Boginiso, Nasinu

Fiji has joined other airlines in the world in suspending all Boeing 737 Max 8 operation following the two fatal crashes involving the aircraft in Indonesia and Ethiopia.

Because it is on a temporary basis until the outcome of the two plane crashes investigation are completed many travellers have changed their travelling plans.

However, Fiji Airways has promised that their confidence in the airworthiness of our Boeing 737 Max aircraft.

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