McKee to visit remote areas in search of talents
October 19, 2015 12:15 am
The 2015 Rugby World Cup is over for the Flying Fijians as attention now moves to the next event in Japan four years later.
Coach John McKee, who did not have as much time preparing the team for this yeas tournament says he will visit the remote areas in search for talent capable of making the team.
“Yeah I definitely see a need to get out to the rural areas out to the outer Islands with our programs because that’s where players come from.”
The Flying Fijians lost three of its pool games at this year’s tournament against Australia, Wales and England and defeated Uruguay.
Meanwhile, for the first time in World Cup history, all southern hemisphere teams will feature in the semi finals with the All Blacks playing South Africa at 3am on Sunday while Argentina takes on Australia at 3am on Monday.
You can watch the entire tournament live on FBC TV.