Rugby

Moturiki Kids Benefit From Rugby Clinic

Island Breeze Rugby Plus director Waqa Baravilala said the one-day clinic is a prelude to the weeklong clinic they will run in Vatukalo Village in December.
06 Nov 2020 15:07
Moturiki Kids Benefit From Rugby Clinic
Island Breeze Fiji Rugby Plus facilitatot and Ovalau Under-19 coach Apisai Boila during the coaching clinic at Uluibau Village in Moturiki, Lomaiviti, on October 31, 2020. Photo: Island Breeze Fiji Rugby Plus

Close to 50 participants, made-up of young people, students and teachers of Uluibau Primary School attended the Island Breeze Fiji Rugby Plus (IBFRP) clinic in Moturiki, Lomaiviti, last Saturday.

The clinic also boosted a lot of activities in the village.

The session was facilitated by Ovalau Rugby Union head coach Luke Vulo, Under-19 coach Apisai Boila and supported by former rugby educator Osea Umumulovo.

Island Breeze Rugby Plus director Waqa Baravilala said the one-day clinic is a prelude to the weeklong clinic they will run in Vatukalo Village in December.

“We are pleased to be working with our friends from Uluibau, this has been through an invite from them and it really has gone well,” said Baravilala.

“Following that there are plans to run a further three-day clinic in Uluibau.”

Island Breeze Rugby Plus continues to herald’s Life after Rugby and a big part of the outreach is its Chaplaincy programme, this was facilitated by Pastor Mosese Tamaniceva and Lasarusa Nasenivalu.

In February and March this year, the organisation also ran a week-long clinic in Lovoni Village in Ovalau and at Koroivonu Village in Tunuloa, Cakaudrove.

Edited by Leone Cabenatabua



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