THE Fiji Rugby Union has acquired functions for the top coach’s place for the Fijiana Drua, with curiosity from native and abroad coaches.
The place was made vacant after Senirusi Seruvakula stepped down from the place earlier this month.
FRU appearing chief govt officer Tevita Tuiloa mentioned candidates for the place can be interviewed within the coming weeks.
“We try our greatest to hurry up the method. Clearly that’s a nationwide teaching appointment so the ultimate choice shall be made by the board,” Tuiloa mentioned. “A panel shall be sitting to debate the shortlisting and the conduct of the interviews.
“We’ve had some superb functions are available in each regionally and overseas, in addition to inside the present staff, so it’s going to be thrilling to see what they create to the desk and what they will do to make sure that they defend the Tremendous W competitors, particularly for our Rooster Hen Fijiana Drua.”
Seruvakula was put in command of the Fijiana Drua after affirmation of the staff’s participation within the Tremendous W competitors final 12 months.
He led the facet by an undefeated marketing campaign, ultimately ending the reign of the NSW Waraths facet. He was assisted by Michael Legge (backline coach) and Inoke Male (forwards coach).
Legge and Male are the interim coaches till an announcement is made.
The Fijiana Drua faces the Brumbies of their opening match of the 2023 season at Prince Charles Park in Nadi on March 25.
The facet will then host the Melbourne Rebels on the HFC Financial institution Stadium in Suva on April 1.
The staff then travels to Sydney for the match towards the NSW Waratahs on the Harmony Oval on April 8.
On April 16, the facet faces the Western Power at McGillivray Oval in Perth.
The ultimate spherical sees the facet journey to Brisbane to face the Queensland Reds on April 23.