Uluinasau and Nakoci in Toulouse Women's 7s Dream Team

Uluinasau and Nakoci in Toulouse Women's 7s Dream Team

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Wednesday 25/05/2022
[Images: Planet 7s and Rakaviti]

Olympic bronze medalists Reapi Uluinasau and Aloesi Nakoci have been included in the Toulouse Women's 7s Dream Team.

Nakoci scored 40 points and is the second top try scorer in the Toulouse 7s with eight tries while Uluinasau scored five tries.

Both players were instrumental in assisting the Fijiana 7s side finish in third place in the Toulouse 7s and also in the overall women's points table.

Uluinasau was also named in the Women's HSBC Dream Team for the 2021/2022 season.

Other players included in the Dream Team are Australia's Charlotte Caslick, New Zealand's Michaela Blyde, Sarah Hirini, and Kelly Brazier, and Ireland's Lucy Mulhall.

Meanwhile, the Fiji Men’s 7s side will feature in the London 7s this week.

They will meet Wales at 10pm Saturday in their first pool match, followed by their game against Spain at 1.06am Sunday and play USA at 4.35am Sunday in their final pool match.

The cup quarterfinals will start at 9.58pm Sunday, the semifinals will begin at 1.53am Monday and the final will be at 4.58am Monday.



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