Ravouvou and Koroi are players to watch in Sydney
January 26, 2018 4:17 am
Fiji born New Zealand 7s speedster Jo Ravouvou and play maker Vilimoni Koroi are also some of the names to watch alongside Fiji Airways men’s 7s utility back Amenoni Nasilasila.
It will turn an exciting clash tomorrow, when the All Blacks 7s takes on Fiji in the last pool match.
Ravouvou who was the player of the Final in Cape Town has been in some incredible form lately.
The former Lelean Memorial School Student is unstoppable with ball in hand and with a serious turn of speed for a man his size, he’ll be a serious threat to any opposing defender this weekend.
Meanwhile, Koroi has been in superb form this season so far and with six tries already the play-maker has created endless amounts of opportunities for his team-mates.
The 19-year-old has electric feet and creative vision that makes him an absolute nightmare for defences.
The All Blacks will take on Russia in their first pool match tonight.
Meanwhile, Fiji 7s kick off their campaign against Samoa at 8.28pm today.
The side then plays Russia at 5.09pm on Saturday before facing New Zealand at 8.42pm.
The Cup quarter-final kicks off at 12.28pm on Sunday, semi-final begins at 6.36pm and the final is schedule for 9.48pm.
You can watch the tournament live on FBC TV and catch the commentaries of Fiji’s game on Radio Fiji One.