Tabualevu is all about winning culture
August 1, 2014 12:48 am
New Fiji Rugby Union chief executive, Radrodro Tabualevu, says he will bring a winning culture in the sport during his three-year term.
The renowned business executive officially took up his post today and says he wants to change the mindset of entire administration as well as the fans.
Tabualevu says there is a lot of potential within Fiji rugby to take the sport to great heights.
“I think all too often we in Fiji tend to think that we are a small, island country and that we cannot give the big boys a run. I’d like to be a part of the changing of that mindset so that in the not-too-distant future, we will host the Webb Ellis Trophy in this Rugby House. It’s a challenge that I’m sure is achievable. We’ve demonstrated it in 7-a-side and my theory is that 7s has been able to achieve that because I think the resources are well within our range.”
Meanwhile, the FRU will be holding a meeting with the rugby union’s tomorrow morning at ANZ Stadium Corporate Box to discuss several operational matters that have threatened to disrupt the semi-finals of the Skipper Cup competition.