Fiji Bati selects strong Fiji Residents squad

FNRL deputy chairman Mesake Navugona, FNRL acting chairman Don Natabe and Vodafone Fiji Bati coach Brandon Costin at the team announcement at Novotel Suva Lami Bay. Picture: FILE/NOA BIUDOLE

VODAFONE Fiji Bati coach Brandon Costin has selected a strong Fiji Residents squad to take on the Mate Mae Tonga development side next month in a three test series here at home.

Twenty-five local players have been selected after strong performances during the Vodafone Cup competition.

“We do believe that series will be key to providing exposure for our domestic players along with our regional counterparts in Tonga,” said Fiji National Rugby League acting chairman Don Natabe.

The first match of the tri series will be played on Saturday, June 1, at Nadovu Park, Lautoka, with the following matches on Wednesday, June 5, and Saturday, June 8, at the ANZ Stadium in Suva.

Ticket price offers a package for both the embankment area and the grandstand of $10 for a group of six 2 (adults and 4 children under 12 years) and $5 for 2 adults or 4 children.

2019 FIJI Residents squad

  1. Maika Tudravu – Army Bears
  2. Ropate Tobe – Army Bears
  3. Jone Domonakibau – Army Bears
  4. Jolame Dianimoto – Makoi Bulldogs
  5. Pio Seci – Nabua Broncos
  6. Penaia Leveleve – Nabua Broncos
  7. Josaia Drodrolagi – Nabua Broncos
  8. Apisai Lomani – Nadera Panthers
  9. Luke Nadurutalo – Nadera Panthers
  10. Vereti Bukavesi – Nadera Panthers
  11. Rupeni Korosaya – Nadera Panthers
  12. Penioni Tagituimua – Nadera Panthers
  13. Sikeli Qauqau – Navatulevu Herons
  14. Michael Peters – Police Sharks
  15. Sateki Umu – Police Sharks
  16. Joseva Lalawa – Ravoravo Rabbitohs
  17. Atueta Guivalu – Ravoravo Rabbitohs
  18. Peniasi Senikarawa – Ravoravo Rabbitohs
  19. Viliame Rakuli – Ravoravo Rabbitohs
  20. Waisea Nasekai – Ravoravo Rabbitohs
  21. Vilikesa Bete – West Fiji Dolphins
  22. Apimeleki Lutu – West Fiji Dolphins
  23. Maika Serulevu – West Fiji Dolphins
  24. Simione Qiokata – West Coast Storm
  25. Apakuki Tavodi – USP Islanders

 

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