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Ravoravo Rabbitohs name squad for Melanesian Club Championship

The Ravoravo Rabbitohs have named a 22-man squad for their upcoming Melanesian Club Championship clash against the Lae Tigers later this month.

The defending Vodafone Cup holders will be looking to become the first Fijian side to win the event with Papua New Guinean sides dominating since the concept’s inception in 2015.

Savenaca Saukuru has been named as captain for the side, whilst Sevanaia Galala will be vice-captain. Kaiviti Silktails players, Waisea Nasekai, Timoci Namotokula, Simon Wise, Maika Serulevu and Iliame Susu will also take the field for the Rabbitohs, whilst former Bati, Tikiko Noke, has also been named.

The 2020 Melanesian Club Championship will take place at Churchill Park in Lautoka on February 29th. The Ravoravo Rabbitohs qualified for the Melanesian Club Championship after defeating the Army Bears 22 – 10 in the Fiji Vodafone Club Challenge Grand Final, whilst the Lae Tigers defeated the Hela Wigmen 15 – 4 in the PNG Digicel Cup Final.

Ravoravo Rabbitohs squad:
1. Tikiko Noke
2. Waisea Nasekai
3. Etonia Saukuru
4. Isei Lewaqai
5. Timoci Saukuru
6. Maika Serulevu
7. Etonia Moitoga
8. Peniasi Senikarawa
9. Apisai Nabou
10. Savenaca Saukuru
11. Iliesa Salauca
12. Apimeleki Lutuinamawi
13. Sevanaia Galala
14. Timoci Namotukula
15. Jone Levi
16. Ilami Susu
17. Kolinio Radrovi
18. Tomasi Vunilagi
19. Joseva Lalawa
20. Simon Wise
21. Vilive Nakelaya
22. Ulaiyasi Radrovi

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