Frank Lomani to stamp his mark in Super Rugby for the Rebels

Frank Lomani to stamp his mark in Super Rugby for the Rebels

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Thursday 09/01/2020

Fiji Airways Flying Fijians half-back, Frank Lomani will be hoping to stamp his mark in Super Rugby when he plays for the Rebels this season.

Lomani was part of the Fijian Drua side that won the National Rugby Championship title in 2018 and has been one of the key players for the national side.

He will be vying for the half-back spot alongside, James Tuttle and Ryan Louwrens.

He was also part of the Flying Fijians squad that participated in the 2019 Rugby World Cup and was given the captaincy role for the Flying Fijians team that defeated the Barbarians last November.

Lomani will team up with fellow Fijian Wallabies star, Marika Koroibete and Isi Naisarani.

The 2020 Super Rugby competition will begin on the 31st of this month where the Chiefs will take on the Blues at 6.05 pm


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