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Axiwi Communication devices to assist officials at Deans finals

Axiwi Communication devices to assist officials at Deans finals

By Rusiate Baleilevuka and Filipe Vakaloloma
Saturday 11/08/2018
Action between RKS and QVS in the U14 Deans final

The Fiji National Rugby League received a timely boost with the development of the sport after Misalele Vakadranu from the Rugby League International Federation donated four sets of Axiwi Communication devices to assist the FNRL Referees Association.

Vakadranu who is an international referee is based in Vienna under the European Union/Rugby League Europe Federation says this is his way for supporting the growth of the sport in Fiji.

Meanwhile the FNRL referees confirmed that they will assist the officials of the Powerade Super Deans Rugby Championship by providing them with these communication device.

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