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Kuridrani family proud of son's achievement

November 1, 2015 4:01 am

Despite the 34-17 to the New Zealand in the Rugby World Cup final today, the Kuridrani family continued to celebrate as they were overwhelmed at the performance displayed by their son during the game.

Tevita Kuridrani scored a try in the 33rd minute of the second half, but that was not enough.

Family members of the Wallabies centre gathered at his home at the Namatakula village in Sigatoka to watch him play.

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Proud Mother, Dr. Litiana Kuridrani was loss of words after watching her son’s brilliant effort during the game.

“I’m so thankful to God that Te is one of the try-scorers and although Wallabies didn’t get the Cup but I saw Wallabies and their performance today was winning style”

The family will be hosting a feast to welcome back the K-Train later this month.

New Zealand successfully defended the Rugby World Cup title with a 34-17 win over Australia.

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