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15 Oct 2021

The Fijian Drua have today announced the coaching and management team for its inaugural Super Rugby Pacific campaign. The Club has made the following five appointments: William Koong as Head PhysiotherapistBrad Harris as Assistant CoachGlen Jackson as Assistant CoachPeceli Derederenalagi as Team ManagerNico Andrade as General Manager The five join Head Coach Mick Byrne and […]...

Baber not to continue with Fiji Rugby

15 Oct 2021

The Fiji Rugby Union has today confirmed that Fijian 7s Head Coach Gareth Baber has decided not to renew his contract with the Fiji Rugby and will pursue a new opportunity in the 15s game. FRU Chief Executive John O’Connor highlighted that while the Fiji Rugby Union Board had endorsed the continuation of Coach Baber’s […]...

Introducing three new host cities on the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series

14 Oct 2021

As part of its new look, the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series will stop over in three previously unvisited destinations in the eagerly-awaited 2022 season. Starting with the traditional curtain-raising event in Dubai at the end of November followed by an additional tournament on the Persian Gulf Coast, the men’s Series will incorporate 10 events […]...

Engine room boost in wave five player announcement

12 Oct 2021

The Fijian Drua have bolstered their forward stocks for Super Rugby Pacific 2022, with five new additions to the roster announced today. Headlining today’s announcement is 47-cap Flying Fijians prop Manasa Saulo. He is joined by current Flying Fijians tighthead Samuela Tawake, Fijian 7s star Kitione Salawa Junior, Suva lock Sorovakatini Tuifagalele, and Melbourne Rising […]...


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.