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Referees step up in their approach towards player welfare

01 May 2021

The welfare of players is the main priority for Fiji Rugby in any club level, provincial or international rugby arena. Having this mentioned, not only the medical team or physios can save lives in the field of play but a new pathway directed by Fiji Rugby to allow match officials to take up First Aid courses.  These changes were […]...

Chief Executive Officer

01 May 2021

Role Overview The Fijian Drua Board seek a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to lead the newly incorporated organisation on their voyage into the 2022 Super Rugby season. This position represents a unique opportunity to lay the foundation for the Fijian Drua’s long term ambitions in the professional Rugby landscape. Reporting to the Board of Directors, […]...

HEAD COACH – FIJIAN DRUA

01 May 2021

ROLE OVERVIEW The Fijian Drua Board seek a Head Coach to lead the Team on their voyage into the 2022 Super Rugby season. This position represents a unique opportunity to lay the foundations for the Fiji’s long term ambitions in the professional Rugby landscape. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer and ultimately the Board of […]...

Fiji Rugby AGM deferred

23 Apr 2021

Fiji Rugby Chief Executive John O’Connor has this afternoon confirmed that the Fiji Rugby Union Annual General Meeting planned for tomorrow Saturday the 24th of April 2021 has been deferred to further notice. He confirmed that there is no AGM tomorrow. Further, he also confirmed that Mr. Conway Beg continues to be the Chairman of […]...

From backline to a front-rower, Kunabuli tells his rugby story

22 Apr 2021

Rugby plays a major role in transforming the lives of our local players giving them a chance to improve their livelihood and lifting their standard in and off the field of play. Namosi rugby team loose head prop Venasio Kunabuli is a good example of the changes brought into his life through rugby. The 31-year- […]...

Nadroga jersey shares an important message to its family

22 Apr 2021

The Nadroga rugby team has a slightly different design on their jersey for the 2021 Skipper Provincial Cup, with a fading image of the CORONA-VIRUS printed on their jerseys. Many have their own thoughts of the new design, but the Nadroga Rugby Union family had it printed on their jersey as a challenge that they […]...

Katonibau confident of more upsets along the season

22 Apr 2021

Northland head coach Isake Katonibau is using his experienced players to help develop the younger one’s that are part of the extended squad for this season. Last weekend the young Northland team outplayed an experienced Tailevu side when they beat them 16 – 11 at Ratu Cakobau Park, Nausori. The Northland lineup comprised of young […]...

Fiji Rugby defers all its competitions

22 Apr 2021

In line with the restrictions announced by Prime Minister in a press conference on Monday, Fiji Rugby would like to advise fans that it will be deferring all its competition such as the ongoing Skipper Provincial Cup, INKK Fiji Rugby Farebrother Trophy, Vodafone Vanua Champion, final leg of Super 7s Series, Women Competition, Kaji and […]...

MATCH REPORT: INKK Farebrother Trophy Nadi V Naitasiri

17 Apr 2021

It was a nail-biting INKK Fiji Rugby Farebrother Trophy clash between holders Nadi and challenges Naitasiri at Prince Charles Park today. The electrifying match started on a high momentum with the host being the better team to settle first on the park. They opened the account with Napolioni Ratu scoring the first try in the […]...

MATCH REPORT: Skipper Provincial Cup Northland V Tailevu

17 Apr 2021

Northland created the upset in the second round of the Skipper Provincial Cup beating Tailevu 16-11 in Nausori. Jovilisi Taraka slotted two quick penalties for Northland as they led 6-nil. On the 32 minutes a red card was given to Serupepeli Waqalevu for dangerous tackle over Northlands Joseva Rokomatu A cleanbreak from Tailevu’s Joseph Magoh […]...

Referees step up in their approach towards player welfare

01 May 2021

The welfare of players is the main priority for Fiji Rugby in any club level, provincial or international rugby arena. Having this mentioned, not only the medical team or physios can save lives in the field of play but a new pathway directed by Fiji Rugby to allow match officials to take up First Aid courses.  These changes were […]...