Habosi expected to leave for France after 2023 RWC

Habosi expected to leave for France after 2023 RWC

By Mosese Raqio , Rusiate Baleilevuka
Monday 28/11/2022
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Swire Shipping Fijian Drua robust winger, Vinaya “The Bossman” Habosi is expected to join Racing 92 after the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France.

Habosi who is rumoured to have signed a lucrative deal with the top French side has been in form and has caught the attention of many top teams all over the world.

When asked about his departure, Drua coach Mick Byrne says Habosi would be a big loss after his breakout season for the Drua and he hopes that they can unveil more Habosis in the future.

Meanwhile, Byrne named his 38 member squad for the 2023 Shop N Save Super Rugby today with the inclusion of 5 new players and 12 development players.

The Swire Shipping Fijian Drua will open their 2023 Shop N Save Super Rugby Pacific against Moana Pasifika on Saturday February 25th at Mount Smart Stadium in Auckland.

Their first home match in Fiji will be against defending champions, the Crusaders, on 11th March 2023 in Lautoka.

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