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Pressure is on: Tabualevu

November 24, 2015 5:06 pm

The pressure is on the Vodafone Fiji 7s side to deliver a good performance during the opening leg of the World Sevens Series in Dubai and Cape Town.

Outgoing Fiji Rugby Union CEO, Radrodro Tabualevu says the team has come through a grueling off-season program to begin its World Series title defense on a high note, starting with the Dubai 7s next weekend.

“I’m sure Ben has been working very hard with the boys to make sure the boys put their best foot forward in this first leg. The boys know that the expectations from the public will be unyielding. If it was big last season, this season its going to be even bigger.”

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The Fiji 7s side will present its I-Tatau to the President this morning and flies out to United Arab Emirates tomorrow.

The Dubai 7s kicks-off next Friday with Fiji to take on Canada in its opening pool match at 6pm.

You can watch the tournament live on FBC TV.

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