Photo Credit -
Seremaia Baikeinuku
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Seremaia
Bai
Height - 187cm (6'2) Weight - 100kg (220lb)
DOB - January 4, 1979
POB - Nausori
Position - Centre, Fly-half
Player Type -Playmaker, Creative, Gamebreaker
High School - Lelean Memorial

Koro

tikina

yasana

CURRENT SEASON

competition

club

games

tries

goals

points

ALL CLUB STATS

Years

competition

club

games

tries

goals

points

2002-2003
2006-2010
2010-2013
2014-2016
NPC
Top 14
Top 14
Premiership Rugby
Southland
Clermont
Castres
Leicester
23
94
96
28
3
10
8
2
10
64
19
2
40
209
91
15
241
23
95
355

current season

comp

club

g

t

g

pt

all club stats

Year

club

gp

ts

pt

2002-2003
2006-2010
2010-2013
2014-2016
Southland
Clermont
Castres
Leicester
23
94
96
28
3
10
8
2
40
209
91
15

totals

241
23
355

ALL REPRESENTATIVE

Year

team

gp

ts

pt

2006-2008
2000-2016
Pacific Islands
Flying Fijians
6
53
0
5
35
321

ALL REPRESENTATIVE

Years

team

games

tries

goals

points

2006-2008
2000-2016
Pacific Islands
Flying Fijians
6
53
0
5
14
118
35
321
54
5
132
356

Former Flying Fijians inside-centre and fly-half Seremaia Bai was known for his composure and game-breaking abilities and also creating opportunities for his outside men.

Bai was deceptive and always proved a tricky man to tackle given his size and footwork. He also was an astute kicker in general play and a great goal kicker.

He first appeared for Fiji as a Sevens player in 2002 before joining Cross Keys in Wales. This would be the start of a lengthy and decorated career for the now entrepreneur.

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Bai’s finest performances came at the 2007 RWC where he was instrumental in Fiji’s push to the Quarter Final stages. He played starting fly-half in place of the injured Nicky Little in the Quarter-Final against the Springboks and was one of Fiji’s best players on the day.

He is well travelled having played professionally in New Zealand, Australia, Japan, Wales, France and England, winning the European Challenge Cup in 2007 with Clermont and the Top 14 in 2013 with Castres.

He retired in 2016 as one of Fiji’s greatest ever backs.

Seremaia’s mission now is to empower the youth of Fiji through the BAI (Be An Inspiration) programme.

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