Vinnie Wylie

Oct 1, 2018

Pacific players dominate rugby. So why still can't they stay and play at home?

Nearly a quarter of players at the last Rugby World Cup were of Pacific Island descent. But, 23 years since the game turned professional, players born in Fiji, Samoa and Tonga still have to leave home to make a living from the sport.

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