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Semesa Rokoduguni

Semesa Rokoduguni

Position:

Wing/Centre

Honours:

England Saxons

Date of birth:

28th Aug 1987

Birthplace:

Nausori, Fiji

Height:

1.84m (6' 0")

Weight:

98kg (15st 6lb)

Semesa Rokoduguni signed a full-time contract with Bath Rugby for the 2012/13 season

Rokoduguni, a Lance Corporal and reconnaissance tank soldier of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards in the British Army, was one of the breakthrough stars of 2013/14, scoring several crowd-pleasing tries in his first full season of professional rugby. 

Still attached to British Army, whose rugby team he has has regularly represented with flying colours (including a hat-trick, Man of the Match performance against the RAF at Twickenham), Rokoduguni's rise in English rugby was consolidated by a Saxons call-up to face Scotland A at the start of 2014 - a clear sign that he is very much on England's radar.   

 

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Bath Rugby

On a recent visit to his Fijian homeland, Bath Rugby's Semesa Rokoduguni ensured he arrived bearing gifts. One hundred of them.  The sensational …

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Bath Rugby

Bath Rugby wing Semesa Rokoduguni has been called up to England's World Cup training squad. Rokoduguni replaces the Clermont Auvergne-bound David …

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Joy of six for Bath Rugby against Gloucester

Bath Rugby warmed up for next week's home Premiership Rugby semi-final against Leicester with a 50-30 victory at the Rec against Gloucester - making …

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Spirited fightback not enough to prevent defeat for Bath Rugby

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This season

Games:

22

Tries:

10

Conv:

0

DG:

0

Pen:

0

YC:

0

RC:

0

Pts:

50

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