PM Urges Milo Kaji Players to Play Hard

More than 3000 school children participating in the Milo Kaji Rugby Tournament were today urged by the Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama to play hard and play fair during the four day competition.

This year’s event which was opened by the head of government is the biggest ever Milo Kaji Rugby tournament with more than 3000 players, representing 630 teams from 28 districts.

“To the players, I would like to say that this is your tournament, your time and your playing field. Play hard and play fair and may the best team win,” PM Bainimarama said

PM Bainimarama while acknowledging the significant role that rugby plays in Fiji also thanked parents, coaches and supporters of the Milo Kaji rugby tournament.

“To the teachers, coaches, parents, supporters and friends, without your tremendous support your sons wouldn’t be here today for this tournament,” PM Bainimarama said.

“I applaud you for the countless support, sleepless nights and dedication that you have given to the players.”

Players that travelled from all over Fiji were also acknowledged by the Prime Minister.

“Without you there would be no tournament,” PM Bainimarama said.

The first game for the tournament saw the Suva Under 13 team defeat Navosa 22 -0.