Selections Week 35

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All Fijians selected for the 35th weekend of 2022.

Pro D2 | Top 14 | Internationals | NRL | NSW Cup | Queensland Cup | Super League | Bunnings NPC | NRL Womens | Nationale | Tryscorers

  • Isaac Ratumaitavuki-Kneepkens debuts for Taranaki, Kini Naholo starts
  • Kevin Naiqama returns to the Roosters NRL side
  • Top 14 kicks off this weekend
  • Nationale kicks off this weekend
  • Adrian Sanday plays first match for Provence
  • Waisea Nayacalevu plays first match for Toulon
  • Eneriko Buliruarua and Sireli Maqala starting centres for Bayonne
  • Inia Tabuavou debuts for Racing
  • Kavekini Tabu debuts for Bressane
  • Vereniki Goneva plays first game in Nationale 1
  • Petero Tuwai plays first game in Nationale 1

NRL Round 25 September 1 – 4

Parramatta – Maika Sivo 2, Waqa Blake 5, Reagan Campbell-Gillard 8 | Storm – Tui Kamikamica 15

Roosters – Kevin Naiqama 20 (Starter) | Rabbitohs – Taane Milne 5

Panthers – Sunia Turuva 2, Robert Jennings 3 @ Cowboys

Knights – Daniel Saifiti 10, Jacob Saifiti 15 vs Sharks

Qld Cup Finals Week 1 Sep 3-4

Tweed Seagulls – Lamar Liolevave 16 @ Brisbane Tigers

Northern Pride – Joe Ratuvakacereivalu 19 (RES) @ Capras

NSW Cup Finals Week 1 Sep 3

Bulldogs – Isaac Lumelume 20 (Start), Brandon Wakeham 7 vs Eels

Super League Round 27 Sep 2-3

Hull FC – Mitieli Vulikijapani vs Hull KR

Castleford – Jason Qareqare @ Leeds

Salford – King Vuniyayawa vs Warrington

NRLW Round 3 Sep 2-4

Parramatta – Luisa Yaranamua 20 (RES) @ Knights

Pro D2 Day 2 Sep 1-2

Stade Montois – Wame Naituvi 11, Nacani Wakaya 13 @ Beziers

Oyonnax – Joe Ravouvou 14 | Massy – Uwa Tawalo 11

Nevers – Alivereti Loaloa 22 | Soyaux – Sikeli Nabou 4, Nasoni Naqiri 13, Ledua Mau 22

Biarritz – Johnny Dyer 4 @ Vannes

Montauban – Semesa Rokoduguni 14 @ Carcassonne

Aurillac – Christa Powell 12 | Provence – Eroni Sau 11, Adrian Sanday 13

Agen – Timilai Rokoduru 14 | Grenoble – Pio Muarua 8

NPC Round 5 Sep 2-4

Tasman – Levi Aumua 12, Te Ahiwaru Cirikidaveta 19, Timoci Tavatavanawai 22 @ Manawatu

Northland – Jone Macilai-Tori 14 | Auckland – Alex Hodgman 1, Salesi Rayasi 11, Soane Vikena 16

Taranaki – Pita Gus Sowakula 8, Vereniki Tikoisolomone 11, Kini Naholo 14, Isaac Ratumaitavuki-Kneepkens 15 | Waikato – Mosese Dawai 23

Canterbury – Chay Fihaki 15 | Hawkes Bay – Isaia Walker-Leawere 4

Otago – Vilimoni Koroi 11, Rupeni Tamani 20 | Bay of Plenty – Emoni Narawa 14, Haereiti Hetet 17

North Harbour – Isoa Nasilasila 4 | Counties – Hoskins Sotutu 8, Peniasi Malimali 11, Zuriel Togiatama 16

Top 14 Day 1 Sep 3-4

Racing – Kitione Kamikamica 8, Inia Tabuavou 22* | Castres – Filipo Nakosi 11, Josaia Raisuqe 20

Stade Francais – Sefa Naivalu 13 | Clermont – Alivereti Raka

Toulon – Jiuta Wainiqolo 11, Waisea Nayacalevu 13 | Bayonne – Eneriko Buliruarua 12, Sireli Maqala 13

Pau – Jale Vatubua 12, Lekima Tagitagivalu 18 | Perpignan – Alivereti Duguivalu 14

Brive – Tevita Ratuva 5, Setareki Bituniyata 11, Setariki Tuicuvu 22 | Lyon – Temo Mayanavanua 21

Toulouse vs Bordeaux TBA

Nationale Day 1 Sep 2-4

Chambery – Mosese Mawalu 11, Vereniki Goneva 12 | Tarbes – Jone Seuvou 5, Josaia Vakacegu 22

Suresnes – Petero Tuwai 12 @ Rennes

Dax – Ilikena Bolakoro 12 | Bressane – Kavekini Tabu 11

Narbonne – Luke Nakobukobua 22 | Nice – Sakiusa Bureitakiyaca 14, Laijiasa Bolenaivalu 21

Albi – Avenisi Vasuinubu 11 @ Blagnac

Cognac – Eneri Lotawa 14, Isimeli Kuruibua 19 | Valence – Ben Neiceru 12, Akuila Tabualevu 20

Bourgoin – Kemueli Lavetanakoroi 19 @ Carqueiranne-Hyères

Internationals Sep 4

All Blacks – George Bower 17 vs Argentina

Wallabies – Rob Valetini 8, Marika Koroibete 11 vs South Africa

Tryscorers

NRL – Maika Sivo, Taane Milne x 2, Robert Jennings, Sunia Turuva

Pro D2 – Joe Ravouvou

Top 14 – Sefa Naivalu, Jiuta Wainiqolo, Filipo Nakosi

NPC – Mosese Dawai, Emoni Narawa x 2, Vilimoni Koroi

NSW Cup – Brandon Wakeham, Isaac Lumelume

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