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Flying Fijians reshuffle

June 21, 2012 7:04 pm

Thirteen changes have been made to the Flying Fijians outfit that played against Scotland last week.

To take on Tonga in the last Pacific Nations Cup clash in Lautoka on Saturday, prop Graham Dewes and and Seremaia Naureure come off the bench to team up with skipper, Setefano Somoca.

Josefa Domolailai is on the flanks with Malakai Ravulo.

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Kelepi Ketedromo comes in at No.8 for injured captain, Netani Talei.

Nikola Matawalu and Jonetani Ralulu retain the halfback and flyhalf positions.

Isake Katonibau replaces Alosio Buto at second five-eighth as Isimeli Koniferedi is placed on the right wing with Metuisela Talebula at fullback.

On the bench is Tuapati Talemaitoga, Jerry Yanuyanutawa, Iliesa Ratuva, Apakuki Vuaviri, Kelemedi Bola, Benedito Koroi, Maikeli Mocetadra.

The match kicks off at 3.30pm and the live commentary will air on Bula FM with the voice of rugby , Graham Eden.

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