Fiji v Samoa Highlights


Eat Well-Play Well-Stay Well is a lifestyle building program that was launched by the ARL in 2009 and will be adopted by Fiji Bati in the at Primary School level. This is an initiative by FNRL to encourage a healthy lifestyle and positive decisions amongst their budding players in the local rugby league arena. 

Eat Well-Play Well-Stay Well is a program that is designed to build personal health, development and physical fitness. The kit contains a DVD in which prominent Australian Rugby League Players talk about a healthy diet which is accompanied by lesson plans suitable for primary classrooms. 

This program has been endorsed by the Ministry of Health and the league will partner with the Ministry to deliver this program. 

Besides this program, the FNRL, in collaboration with the Newcastle Knights offer rugby players at grass roots level the opportunity to attain a scholarship to assist the player in completing his education and in developing his potential as a Rugby League player. This is an incentive that began in.....and has since sawseen the rise of players being selected to play in Australia and England.




As a sporting body, the FNRL feels it has an obligation to promote values such as that of a safe environment for all, and integrity and respect for each other.

Keeping with these values the FNRL will suspend any player or official convicted of domestic violence. Any registered player/official convicted of domestic violence will be stood down from playing for a period of one year.

General Manager of the Fiji National Rugby League Steve McLellan stated that Rugby League is a physically demanding and a tough game but he wants the players to leave the big hits on the field.

In a bid to promote a safe environment for all, FNRL strongly promotes non-violence against women by teaming up with the Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre to raise awareness on the social issue during major tournaments such as the Uprising 7’s.

“Show your toughness on the field and not at home”, is the plea from all associated with the governance of the game in Fiji.

The League is fully committed to making a difference and will work closely with the Clubs, Police and Social Welfare Organisations to ensure the success of their initiative; “Rugby League Tackling Domestic Violence”. 


Special Awards and Winners


Award Winners


FNRL Service to the Game

Jone Talemaitoga

Referees Association

FNRL Service to the Game

Vula Dakuitoga

DeeCees Nadera Panthers

FNRL 2012 Rookie of the Year

Jone Tuiono

Davuilevu Knights

FNRL 2012 Female Official of the Year

Fulori Kini

Referees Association (Female)

FNRL 2012 Volunteer of the Year

Sotiana Tukana

Islands Electric Lautoka Crushers (Female)

FNRL 2012 Technical Official of the Year

Apenisa Vitau

Referees Association

FNRL Coach of the Year

Viliame Tukana

Lami Steelers

FNRL 2012 Administrator of the Year

Akanisi Adimailakeba

Sigatoka Electric Sabeto Roosters

FNRL 2012 Best Back of the Year

 Kiniviliame Nauvesi

Namatakula Cowboys

FNRL 2012 Forward of the Year

Atunaisa Turagaiviu

Police Sharks

FNRL 2012 Manager of the Year

Adriu Nabose

Davuilevu Knights

FNRL 2012 Player of the Year

Kitione Rasotale

City Storm





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