Fiji call up two for tour squad
November 1, 2012
Exeter's Sireli Naqelevuki has been called up to the Fiji squad for their northern hemisphere tour © Getty Images
Fiji coach head coach Inoke Male has been forced into two late change for Fiji's squad for their northern hemisphere tour.
Exeter's Sireli Naqelevuki has been called up to replace Josaia Lotawa after the centre failed a fitness test. Meanwhile fullback Aisea Natoga comes into the team to replace scrum-half Nemia Kenatale, which leaves the Melbourne Rebels' Samu Wara to provide cover at scrumhalf for established duo, Nikola Matawalu and Kelemedi Bola.
Fiji starts its tour against Russia in Moscow on November 3 before they take on England at Twickenham on November 10. They also face Georgia in Tbilisi on November 24 and play non-cap matches against Ireland A at Thormond Park on November 17 and Gloucester at Kingsholm on Tuesday November 13.
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