Jason Qareqare among six Super League players in Fiji's World Cup train-on squad
Fiji head coach Joe Dakuitoga has named his initial 52 man training squad in preparation for this year's World Cup, with six Super League players included. The quartet have 30 caps between them for their country, with Sims and Evans desperate to feature in this year's tournament after injuries cut short their last World Cup journey back in 2017. Fiji start the competition against the current holders Australia at Headingley before heading up north for two games at Newcastle Thunder's Kingston Park against Scotland and Italy.
Read More: Stick or twist - what Hull KR should do with remaining off-contract players The Fiji national side will be based in the City of Hull for this year's World Cup, and having four players involved that are based in the city will be a significant boost for their popularity. The Bati will be hoping to have another successful campaign in 2022 as Hull's passionate sporting fanbase is set to welcome the 2017 semi-finalists to East Yorkshire.
Apisai Koroisau, Joe Lovodua, Penioni Tagituimua, Tariq Sims, Viliame Kikau, King Vuniyayawa, Lamar Manuel Liolevave, Jacob Saifiti, Daniel Saifiti, Korbin Sims, Tui Kamikamica, Kane Evans, Joseph Vakacereivalu, Taniela Sadrugu, Tikiko Noke, Lasarusa Tabu, Jason Tigarea, William Eyre, Penaia Nadakuni, Tevita Satae, Kaylen Miller, Maika Serulevu, Kevin Naiqama, Marcelo Montoya, Isaac Lumlume, Vuate Karawalevu, Maika Sivo, Semi Valemei, Vereyti Peceli, Waqa Blake, Taane Milne, Mikaele Ravalawa, Pio Maisamoa Seci, Braydon Wakeham, Sitiveni Moceidreke, Kurt Donoghoe, Ilaitia Moceidreke, Joeli Baleilevuka, Amenatave Bakabaka, Wilson Tabuya, Marika Turagaiviu, Ethan Robinson, Waqasaqa Qiolevu, Jason Qareqare, Inoke Vasuturaga, Iosefo Masi, Mesake Kurikitoga, Sunia Turuva, Netani Masima, Neville Fiu.
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