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1 caps 0 tries 0 points (0 games, 0 tries, 0 points)
Full Name: Nasoni Rokobiau
Position: Wing
Club: Yokogawa, Japan
Club: Waimanu     Province: Naitasiri
Height: 1m77 (5ft10in)     Weight: 82kg (12st. 13lbs)
Date of Birth: 29 Nov 1979     Place of Birth: Vunidawa
Fathers Village: Serea, Naitasiri
Colonial Cup team: Highlanders

Made his international debut at the Singapore 7s in April 2002 and is currently Fiji’s top try scorer on the IRB circuit with 101 tries. A natural ball-player and gifted athlete, he helped Fiji to the South Africa 7s title in December 2002 with two great tries against New Zealand in the final. He played two seasons for Hawke’s Bay in New Zealand’s NPC, and more recently has had club commitments in Japan. He adds speed out wide. He scored what would have been the winning try against Samoa in the 2008 London 7s final which was later disallowed by Ireland referee David Kearne after an alleged infringement by Setefano Cakau.

Fiji 7s appearances:
2002 – Singapore, Malaysia, Dubai, George
2003 – Brisbane, Wellington, Hong Kong, Cardiff, London, Suva (SPG), Dubai, George
2004 – Wellington, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Singapore
2005 – Wellington, Los Angeles, Hong Kong (RWC), Singapore
2006 – Paris, London
2007 – Wellington, San Diego, Hong Kong, Adelaide, London, Edinburgh
2008 – Hong Kong, Adelaide, London, Edinburgh

IRB 7s World Series Stats:
Singapore 2002
2007-08 Season: 4 tournaments, 4 tries, 7 goals, 34 points
Total All-time: 30 tournaments, 101 tries, 96 goals, 697 points
Most points in a match: 23 (3 tries, 4 cons vs Georgia at Cardiff 7s 2003)
Most points in a tournament: 65 (London 2003)
Most points in a season: 321 (19 tries,16 goals in 2002-03)
Average points per tournament: 23.23

All IRB stats courtesy

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