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Kolinisau: Olympics gold has been life-changing

02 Dec 2016

Fiji captain Osea Kolinisau recently collected the best male team award in Rio on behalf of his gold medal-winning side at the Association of National Olympic Committees awards, the latest in a long line of recognition following their historic victory at the Olympic Games. As all sides prepare for this weekend’s Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens, […]...


02 Dec 2016

Voting is now open for the Fiji Rugby Awards Night Vodafone People’s Choice Awards 2016. The people of Fiji can pick their favourite rugby “Players of the Year” from four nominated contenders representing the Vodafone Flying Fijians, the Vodafone Fiji 7s Team, the Telecom Fijiana, Domestic Competition and Coach of the Year. The exciting announcement […]...

Fiji Men’s Dubai 7s

02 Dec 2016

Excitement is building in Dubai as the new HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series gets set for kick-off this weekend. The 16 men’s and 12 women’s captains gathered in Dubai on Wednesday to officially launch the competition, which began for the women’s teams yesterday and today for the men’s. Vodafone Fiji’s Olympic gold medal-winning captain Osea […]...

Fiji Women’s 7s

02 Dec 2016

The Telecom Fijiana aim to better they standings as they head into the first round of the 2016/2016 HSBC WSWS in Dubai. The Iliesa Tanivula coached side finished eighth in the past two seasons and only made it as far as the Rio Olympics quarter finals. Tanivula says that with the retention of the core […]...

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The Fiji national rugby union team is a member of the Pacific Islands Rugby Alliance (PIRA) formerly along with Samoa and Tonga. In 2009, Samoa announced their departure from the Pacific Islands Rugby Alliance, leaving just Fiji and Tonga. Fiji are ranked tenth in the world by the IRB as of 16 June 2014.

Despite the relatively small size of their represented country, in the 2007 Rugby World Cup Fiji defeated Wales 38–34 to claim a quarter final spot (theoretically placing them in the top 8 teams in the world) and proceeded to give eventual winners South Africa a scare eventually going down 37–20.