SWIRE Shipping Fijian Drua winger, Selestino Ravutaumada, is determined to turn lessons from the Rugby World Cup into growth for the upcoming Super Rugby Pacific year.
“We’ve learned a lot from the world cup, and hopefully, we can pass these lessons on to the new boys.”
One key takeaway for Ravutaumada is the importance of enjoying the moment.
“We need to savor and enjoy each moment on the field.”
All of Ravutamada’s recent achievements are dedicated to his one-year-old daughter, Malaina.
“Every game I play, I play for my daughter.”
While several clubs are vying for his talents next season, Ravutamada expressed his desire for another shot at the 2024 Super Rugby Pacific season.
Ravutaumada remains focused on the journey ahead, fueled by the lessons learned and the motivation drawn from his family.
The Drua kick off its 2024 Super Rugby Pacific season on February 24 against Blues in Auckland.