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By ANA MADIGIBULI
Hooker Seremaia Naureure says he has learned what rugby is all about in his stint with the Flying Fijians.
Originally from Lutu,Wainibuka, he scored the Flying Fijians second try in the 29-17 win over Tonga at the Churchill Park yesterday.
He played in five Pacific Rugby Cup games this year and made his test debut against Japan.
“This is my third test match and I have learned so much from those test matches to better understand what rugby is all about,” Naureure said.
“It is also through the great guidance of our coach and my teammates which has earned me a spot, because for us it is all about teamwork and dedication.
“I have learned so much in the few months I have spent with this team and now will have to work towards my next goal which is to make it to the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
He said all the games which he had played in has been tough but has been learning experience for him.
“Playing for the Fiji side is a bit different from the club matches but I am thankful that I have brought with me some rugby skills to the test matches which have helped me a lot.”