IN a testament to unwavering determination, scrumhalf Frank Lomani made a triumphant return to the Fijian Drua camp after overcoming a challenging period.
Joining his teammates for an enriching bonding session over the past weeks, Lomani expressed his gratitude and eagerness to kick off the pre-season.
Reflecting on his aspirations for the upcoming Super Rugby season, Lomani emphasised his commitment to delivering stellar performances consistently.
“I’m here to work hard and put on a good show week in and week out. The competition in the number 9 position is fierce with players like Simi Kuruvoli and Phillip Baselala, but that just pushes us to play better,” he declared.
Addressing the infusion of new talent into the squad, Lomani spoke highly of the young and gifted players who have showcased their prowess, drawing from experiences in the under-20 and local competitions.
“We have a bunch of young, talented boys. Witnessing their skills on display is truly exciting, and it adds a fresh dynamic to the team,” Lomani remarked.
Acknowledging the departure of some teammates to overseas opportunities, Lomani expressed gratitude for the continuity of a core group from the previous season.
“While we’ve had some players move on, we’re fortunate to have retained key contributors. Their experience will be invaluable as we navigate the challenges ahead,” he said.
Lomani’s journey is not just about personal resilience; it symbolises the collective spirit of the Drua camp.
As they gear up for the next Shop N Save Super Rugby Pacific season, Lomani’s return serves as an inspiration, reminding the team that challenges can be overcome with perseverance and a resilient spirit.
The anticipation builds as the Drua camp prepares to script a new chapter in their sporting journey, led by the indomitable Frank Lomani.