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Fiji 7s under the spotlight

December 2, 2012 5:56 pm

Serious changes need to be made to the Digicel Fiji 7s team to find its winning form says FBC rugby commentator Graham Eden.

Eden says Fiji’s showing in Dubai was nothing short of disaster.

Eden believes changes are needed at the helm of the sevens team.

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Meanwhile, Westfield sevens team coach Filipe Koroikai says the Fiji team looked underprepared.

Koroikai says a combination of errors led to Fiji’s downfall.

“The weakness that we found was the lack of preparation. Their match fitness was not on par and we found there was no communication between the players especially in the quarter-final and then the plate semi-final. It seemed they didn’t have the passion to win, they lacked the focus.”

Fiji now travels to Port Elizabeth for the South Africa Sevens where they find themselves pooled with New Zealand, England and Scotland.

You can catch live commentaries of South Africa Sevens on our sister station Bula FM with the voice of rugby Graham Eden.

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