Fijian World Cup squad
September 9, 2003

Fiji coach Mac McCallion has announced his World Cup sqaud which includes speedster Rupeni Caucaunibuca who returns despite an injury-plagued season.

McCallion commented, "I was happy with the players we selected at the start of our Rugby World Cup preparations and I am happy with them now. These guys now know each other's game inside and out and that is the foundation of a strong team."

Fiji face France, Scotland, Japan and the USA in Pool B of the World Cup.

Fiji RWC 2003 squad:

Forwards:
Joe Veitayaki (King Country/NZL), Richard Nyholt (University of Queensland/AUS), Isaia Rasila (Nadroga/FIJ), Nacanieli Seru (Suva/FIJ), Greg Smith (Waikato Chiefs/NZL), Bill Gadolo (Nadroga/FIJ), Kele Leawere (Nadroga/FIJ), Ifereimi Rawaqa (Vuda/FIJ), Apisai Naevo (Counties/NZL), Emori Katalau (Llanelli/WAL), Vula Maimuri (North Harbour/NZL), Koli Sewabu (Gloucester/ENG), Alifereti Mocelutu (Derry/IRL), Kitione Salawa (Gaunavou/FIJ), Sisa Koyamaibole (Toyota/JPN), Seta Tawake (Brisbane/AUS), Ro Alivereti Doviverata (c, Yamaha/JPN)

Backs:
Mosese Rauluni (Brisbane Easts/AUS), Samisoni Rabaka (Nadi/FIJ), Nicky Little (vice captain Sale/ENG), Waisale Serevi (Stade Montois/FRA), Seru Rabeni (Otago/NZL), Aisea Tuilevu (North Harbour/NZL), Saimoni Rokini (Naitasiri/FIJ), Epeli Ruivadra (Dravo/FIJ), Filimoni Delasau (Stade Montois/FRA), Rupeni Caucaunibuca (Auckland Blues/NZL), Marika Vunibaka (Canterbury Crusaders/NZL), Norman Ligairi (Harlequins/ENG), Alfie Uluinayau (vice-capt Suntory/JPN)

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