Reece family support their family hero in tonight’s semi-final

Reece family support their family hero in tonight’s semi-final

By Marika Rasekaseka
Friday 10/06/2022

William Reece continues to remind his son, Fiji born Crusaders winger, Sevu Reece of his humble beginnings and the hard work put in to get to where he is today.

This comes as the Reece family will be supporting Sevu when he and the Crusaders face the Chiefs in the first semi-final of the Super Rugby Pacific competition held at Orangetheory Stadium tonight.

Reece says it's a tradition in their family to come together and support their son and the Crusaders team in their every match.

The father of four has advised his son this week that through his hard work, he will continue to achieve great things in his career,

The Reece family have also sent their best wishes to Sevu ahead of his game tonight.

The Crusaders faces the Chiefs at 7.05 tonight while the Blues play the Brumbies at 7.05 pm tomorrow. Marika

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