Will Fiji Airways Men’s 7s halfback be in action in Hamilton and Sydney?
Well that’s the question many rugby fans are asking after reading the Olympic gold medalist’s post on his facebook page following their win in Cape Town yesterday.
Tuwai said earlier this year that he turned down a few overseas contracts for Fiji.
Yesterday Tuwai wrote – QUOTE – ‘Thank You Lord For Everything. All the strength, power and glory back to where it belongs to the Lord Almighty.
A big thanks to our Coach, Manager , Physio and Trainer for the years of working together and the everlasting faith and believe that I can wear this jersey.
To my brothers thank u so much for the brotherhood and love that we shared.
All I can say it has been an honor. I love u guys to infinity.
I would like to thank everyone who had helped me along the way and a big thanks to my families for the unwavering support.
I have never asked for anything more. I have lived my dream. I traveled the world.
I have gone to places that I could only dream about.
We win some and we loose some that’s life, keep on moving forward for Life was meant to move forward.
We learn from the past, we live in the present and hope for the future.
At the end of the day now I know that nothing is sweeter n more precious than being in the favor of the Lord.
It has been an honor.
Part of the Journey is the End’ – UNQUOTE
Meanwhile, the Fiji Rugby Union has not received any official confirmation on whether Tuwai is planning to move abroad.
The national 7s side will arrive at Nadi International Airport at 4pm tomorrow.