Fiji Rugby coach Vern Cotter names strong 31-man Squad

Fiji Squad Head coach Vern Cotter has named a strong 31-man team for their future competitions against Scotland, Ireland, and the French Barbarians in Europe the following month. Cotter revealed that the choice for the Flying Fijians’ team was based on Head coach Vern on the players’ performance for their clubs as well as during this year’s July international window.

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We have been viewing the Northern Hemisphere players playing and we are moderately glad that a lot of them have been getting match time for their respective clubs overseas, he said on the Fiji Rugby Union’s official website.

 Semi Radradra is back from the wound

Sireli Maqala of Bayonne as well the Fijian Drua’s Leone Rotuisolia and Livai Native are possible to earn their initial cap while Semi Radradra of Bristol Bears and Edinburgh duo Viliame Mata and Leeroy Atalifo coming back from the wound to link the Flying Fijians camp. Also, creation a coming back to the team is skilled full-back Kini Murimurivalu, who has been in fine form for Leicester Tigers Head coach Vern.

Players who were not considered for choice due to wounds are Seta Tamanivalu, Meli Derenalagi, Vilive Miramira, and Kitione Salawa while Ben Volavola has been left out because of an absence of game time at the club level. His absence means that Teti Tela and Vilimoni Botitu are expected to share the fly-half duties during the trip.

Fiji player 

Fiji goes in their Saturday night fixture with Ireland on the back of a 28-12 damage to Scotland. While they had fared well in the initial half in Edinburgh, Fiji fell apart in another spell and trainer Vern Cotter would have been hopeful for additional consistent performance from his charges.

In that respect, the Flying Fijians were up for the task. They started strongly, scoring the initial attempt of the match, and repelled countless Ireland attacks throughout the initial 40 to eventually head into the breakdown 21-10. Head coach Vern a red card to Abert Tuisue’s initial in the additional half meant success was always unlikely, but they hung hard, eventually falling to a 35-17 loss. Once again, discipline was a problem for Fiji but there were some strong attacking displays from several players.


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Eroni Mawi

A busy, busy game from the loosehead prop. Tackled his heart out sometimes when the opposition didn’t have the ball and made the most carries of anybody in the Fijian forward pack. Grabbed the opening penalty of the rivalry with some excellent work at the breakdown and also earned his side one at the free-for-all. Conceded 2 of his own in the initial half, however, for bringing down the Irish maul, and then copped a 3rd in another spell. Lost the ball when Fiji ongoing to string some stages together first in another half. Off in the 59th minute.

Samuel Matavesi

Fixed all bar one of his lineout distributions for Fiji, granting the staying side some suitable attacking ball. Didn’t get composite much in the carry but made a match-high 20 challenges and was wisely kept on the field until the final instants. Off in the 76th minute.

Manasa Saulo

Didn’t have a similar effect as his front-row partners but didn’t shirk his defensive work. Copped a penalty for offside defense on the attempted line and was binned for 10 minutes, with Ireland scoring a double in his nonappearance. Off in the 63rd minute.

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Isoa Nasilasila

Made a couple of nice runs and was the important man at the lineout for Fiji but dropped insufficient tackles which put his side under pressure when Ireland got their phase-game going.

 Ratu Leone Rotuisolia

Lasted little additional than a quarter of the competition but got through plenty of work in his time on the park, chalking up nine tackles and hitting countless breakdowns. Off in the 24th minute.

Albert Tuisue

Carried strongly in the first 40. Expended some time on the sidelines in the initial half after Saulo’s yellow card and was then permanently sent off in the 46th minute for a dangerous tackle. He was further than willing on both attack and defense but Fiji’s expectations were effectively concluded with his head-high shot on Joey Carberry.

Levani Botia

Coughed up the ball from a large carry, with Ireland scoring from the turned-over control. Had a mixed day at the ruck. Experienced a penalty for an illegal breakdown steal but won a crucial penalty on the goal line to shut down an Ireland attack right on the cusp of halftime. Made a couple of nice runs and was one of the busiest defenders in the park, with 16 to his name. Off in the 55th minute.

Viliame Mata

One of Fiji’s best. Managed to disrupt an insufficient Ireland ruck to help turn over the ball. Pinged for a running block from an Irish kick. Had to deal with the nearly messy ball at the back of the free-for-all but generally achieved superbly. Carved off 34 meters with the ball in hand and his offloading game caused created an insufficient seam in the Irish defense.


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Frank Lomani

Watched well when he played instinctively and began a few problems with his running match but was too often tentative at the base of the ruck, however, and delivered some contrary ball to his fellow player although around of that could certainly be applied to the forwards’ lack of dominance. Directed his opening kick out on the full, handing Ireland a prime attacking ball. Off in the 48th minute.

Teti Tela

Had little influence on the game. Perhaps wisely directed the ball onto his further dangerous outside men but it allowed. The Ireland defenders to effectively shift off him in defense. Not the response at No 10 for Fiji. Off in the 43rd minute.

 Vinaya Habosi

Had a couple of hiccups on defense but caused an equal number of difficulties for his opposition defenders. Broke down the left-hand flank and directed the ball in-field to set up the opening attempt of the evening. Assisted force Jack Conan into trace when the Irish No 8 came within inches of scoring.

 Kalaveti Ravouvou

Did especially well to prevent Conan from scoring shortly previously halftime and made some strong carries. But was shaded by the other three midfielders in the park. Coughed the ball up from a slick lineout variation. Off in the 59th minute.


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Waisea Nayacalevu

Continuously marked up meters when given the ball in the midfield. Either by brushing off defenders or carrying them with him. Wanted further care from his fellow player during periods.

 Juta Wainiqolo

Danced around Ireland’s defenders throughout and outpaced Mack Hansen on further than one occasion. But it was his run initial in the concluding quarter that caused the most damage. The unburdening of Simione Kuruvoli generated Fiji’s one more effort. Chalked up over 130 meters with the ball 60 extra. Then the following main meter-eater in the park.

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