The Bus treats every game as his final, makes sure he gives his best for the team

The Bus treats every game as his final, makes sure he gives his best for the team

By Mosese Raqio
Wednesday 27/09/2023
Flying Fijians explosive outside back Josua Tuisova dives for a try during their historic clash against the Wallabies [Image: Sky Sport]

Running out onto the field of play every time he is representing his country, there is only one thing that is always on his mind and that is to treat every game as his final game.

Nicknamed “The Bus”, Fiji Water Flying Fijians explosive outside back Josua Tuisova says whenever he wears the national jumper, he makes sure that he gives his best for the team and his teammates.

Tuisova, who scored the only try for the Flying Fijians in their historic 22-15 win over the Wallabies in their second Rugby World Cup pool match last week says everything he does on the field, he always tries to give his best for the benefit of the team.

The 29-year-old will be looking forward to helping the Flying Fijians qualify for the RWC quarter finals again after a lapse of 16 years when they take on Georgia and Portugal in their last two pool matches.

The Flying Fijians will need to win their remaining two matches with or without bonus points to qualify for the quarter finals.

Barring any upsets, the Flying Fijians is likely to meet either England or Argentina in the quarter finals if they finish second from their pool and either of the two teams finishes top of their pool.

The Flying Fijians will take on Georgia at 3.45am Sunday in Bordeaux.

The fourth round of RWC pool matches will kick off tomorrow with Namibia taking on Uruguay at 3.45am in their pool A match.

Rugby World Cup - Bronze and Grand Final

Bronze Final -
Sat 28 OctFull TimeArgentina23 - 26England
Grand Final -
Sun 29 OctFull TimeNew Zealand11 - 12South Africa
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