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Drua Turn Up The Heat At The Dunes

For its away games, the Fijian Drua team and officials will travel to Auckland, Brisbane, Dunedin, Canberra, Hamilton, Perth and Sydney.
08 Nov 2022 12:38
Drua Turn Up The Heat At The Dunes
Members of the Swire Shipping Fijian drua squad (from left) Vilive Miramira, Mesake Doge, Meli Derenalagi, Samuela Tawake, Emosi Tuqiri, Kalione Nasoko (sitting), Meli Tuni, Freddy Ralulu, Selestino Ravutaumada and Zuriel Togiatama at the sand dunes in Sigatoka. Photo: Fijian Drua Media

It has been four weeks of pre-Super Rugby Pacific preparation at the Sigatoka sand dunes for the Swire Shipping Fijian Drua side.

Based at their state-of-the-art $2million facility in Nadi, the Fijian Drua squad, despite the absence of a handful of them who are now with the Flying Fijians team touring the Northern Hemisphere, have continued their training for the season two Super Rugby Pacific campaign.

Six home games are locked in for Fiji next year. Fiji is hosting the Shop and Save Super Rugby Pacific Drua matches against 2022 champions Crusaders, finalists Blues, Melbourne Rebels, Queensland Reds, Moana Pasifika and the Hurricanes next year at Lautoka’s Churchill Park and Suva’s HFC Bank Stadium.

For its away games, the Fijian Drua team and officials will travel to Auckland, Brisbane, Dunedin, Canberra, Hamilton, Perth and Sydney.

 

Story by: Leon lord

Feedback: leon.lord@fijisun.com.fj



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