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Samoan Community to have a parade at Albert Park tomorrow to show support to the Toa Samoa

Samoan Community to have a parade at Albert Park tomorrow to show support to the Toa Samoa

By Rusiate Baleilevuka
Friday 18/11/2022
Samoan High Commission Counselor, Louis Lene with his family

The Samoan community in Fiji will be having a parade at Albert Park tomorrow to show their support to the Toa Samoa who are facing the Australian Kangaroos on Sunday morning.

Samoan High Commission Counselor, Louis Lene says this is a great opportunity for all Pacific Islanders to stand together and cheer for the men in blue this weekend.

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Lene says they are still celebrating their win over England and they will accept any result against the world champions.

Lene is calling on all Samoans around the Lami to Nausori corridor to come out in numbers with blue and Samoan flags for the parade that will start at 9am tomorrow at Albert Park.

The Toa Samoa will take on Australia at 4am Sunday.


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