A huge responsibility
comes in the way for Jennifer Khalik Wainiqolo after she becomes the first
Fijian medical trainer to deliver the World Rugby Level 2 Immediate Care in
Rugby course.

With the help from
Wainiqolo, Fiji Rugby Union is looking forward to inspiring more locals in the
sports medical arena.

Fiji Rugby Union is
proud of Jennifer Khalik Wainiqolo’s achievement.

Chief Executive
Officer John O Connor says Wainiqolo’s achievement of becoming the medical
trainer will make a difference.

According to O Connor,
Wainiqolo’s achievement comes with lot of benefits.

He says player
welfare will now be well looked after.

FRU has mapped out a
plan to have more medical trainers locally who can provide services at
community levels.

Having local medical trainers and course directors are huge in the Pacific Islands as it means that Fiji Rugby Union will not be looking for medical personnel’s from New Zealand and Australia.

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