Synonyms for tagicakibau or Related words with tagicakibau

sailosi              asaeli              goneva              nasiga              volavola              waisea              rawaqa              vereniki              rupeni              veikoso              ifereimi              ravai              tikoirotuma              apikotoa              waisale              mapusua              tuifua              waisake              malakai              iongi              delasau              akapusi              piutau              vilimoni              taniela              afeaki              rabeni              joeli              pauliasi              taewa              nagusa              iliesa              watisoni              toeava              nemani              sitaleki              metuisela              setefano              siliva              cavubati              iosia              talei              emosi              napolioni              pesamino              ratuvou              sinoti              lovobalavu              afoa              salesi             

Examples of "tagicakibau"
Susan Tagicakibau (born January 14, 1988) is a Fijian netball player. She was a member of the Fijian national netball team, Tagicakibau played in the ANZ Championship for the Central Pulse.
Michael Tagicakibau (born 9 May 1985) is a Fijian rugby union player. He is the younger brother of ex-London Irish winger, Sailosi Tagicakibau, who now plays for Wasps. He is 1.86m and he weighs 94 kg. He has signed to play for Scarlets in the 2014–15 Pro12 season.
After nine years at London Irish, Tagicakibau was loaned out to South African Super Rugby side the 2014 Super Rugby season. After he left London Irish, Sailosi signed for Premiership rivals Wasps from the 2014-15 season. In September 2016 Wasps announced that Tagicakibau had left the club, after they had released him from his contract, at his request, for family reasons.
In November 2005, Tagicakibau signed with English Premiership club London Irish and his debut match for the Exiles was on 28 January 2006 against Gloucester.
Sailosi Tagicakibau (born in Auckland, New Zealand) is a rugby union footballer who has played at wing for London Irish and Wasps in the Aviva Premiership.
Tagicakibau has a Fijian father and Samoan mother. He was a talented all-rounder in his school years excelling at basketball, athletics and rugby union.
Stowers made his debut in 2001 against Ireland but had to wait till 2008 for his next cap, which came in the 2008 IRB Pacific Nations Cup against Fiji in a 34–17 loss, he was a mainstay for that tournament and hopes to build on this international success by joining international team mates Sailosi Tagicakibau and Seilala Mapasua at Guinness Premiership club, London Irish.
Tagicakibau played in the Air NZ Cup for Taranaki Rugby before attending the trials for the Flying Fijians in 2007. He was part of the Fiji team to the 2007 Pacific Nations Cup and he made his debut for the Fiji team against Tonga in June 2007 at Churchill Park, Lautoka and though he didn't make the squad for the 2007 Rugby World Cup, he impressed the London Welsh team who he joined on February 2008.
Fenby made his debut for London Irish on the opening day of the 2013–14 season against Saracens, coming on as a 74th-minute replacement for England international wing Marland Yarde. His first start came the following week, when he started on the left wing in place of Samoan international Sailosi Tagicakibau against Worcester Warriors. It took until his fourth appearance for Fenby to score his first try for the Exiles, scoring the third of nine tries in a 60–11 thrashing of Cavalieri in the Amlin Challenge Cup on 11 October 2013.
Adi Ema Tagicakibau, a former politician who was held as a hostage by George Speight's gunmen during the 2000 crisis, said the present dispute was tearing Fijian society apart. In a mature democracy, she said, the Military's actions would be out of order, but in a country like Fiji, it fell to the military to mop up every time politicians did wrong. The crisis was the Qarase government's fault, she said; its open sympathy towards perpetrators of the 2000 coup had antagonized the Military.
Adi Finau TABAKAUCORO - Banuve TABAKAUCORO - Tabernaemontana thurstonii - Tabia River - Table No. 21 - Tabua - Ilivasi TABUA - Semi TADULALA - Saveneca TAGA - Michael TAGICAKIBAU - Sailosi TAGICAKIBAU - Susan TAGICAKIBAU - Tagimoucia - Peni TAGIVE - Tagroa Siria - Tailevu - Tailevu Knights - Tailevu/Naitasiri F.C. - Tailevu North F.C. - Taininbeka - Sapeta TAITO - Seveci TAKA - Amani TAKAYAWA - Takia (watercraft) - Ratu Inoke TAKIVEIKATA (Qaranivalu) - Ratu Inoke TAKIVEIKATA (Vice-President) - Metuisela TALEBULA - Netani TALEI - Joe TAMANI - Saimoni TAMANI - Simione TAMANISAU - Jeremaiya TAMANISAU - Seta TAMANIVALU - Howie TAMATI - Tamavua River - Antonio TANABURENISAU - Kaliova Nauqe TANI - Iliesa TANIVULA - Aisea TAOKA - Tarau of Tovu Totoya - Aisake TAROGI - 'Ana TAUFE'ULUNGAKI - Ratu Kiniviliame TAUKEINIKORO - Taunovo River - Tauraria - Tautoga - Ratu Sir Josaia TAVAIQIA - Tavarua - Taveuni - Taveuni F.C. - Taveuni, Mount - Taveuni beetle - Taveuni F.C. - Tavewa - Tavo - Rebecca TAVO - Kaliopate TAVOLA - Tavoro Creek - Jone TAWAKE - Setareki TAWAKE - John TAY - Teresia TEAIWA - Tēfui - Remueru TEKIATE - Tekken - Tekken Revolution - Tekken Tag Tournament 2 - Saula TELAWA - Telecommunications in Fiji - Esala TELENI - Telephone numbers in Fiji - Ransley THACKER - The Adorable Outcast - The Blue Lagoon - The Land Has Eyes - The People of Paradise - Laurence THOMS - Thomson Park - James Beveridge THOMSON - Manoa THOMPSON - Peter THOMSON - Sir John THURSTON - Thurston Gardens - Tibitibi River - Moti TIKARAM - Ramon TIKARAM - Tanita TIKARAM - Pio TIKODUADUA - Samisoni TIKOINASAU - Asaeli TIKOIROTUMA - Pio Bosco TIKOISUVA - Romanu TIKOTIKOCA - Sera TIKOTIKOVATU - Virginia TILLEY - Alan TIPPERT - Tivua Island - Malakai TIWA - Apisai TOGA - Iliesa TOGA - Inisai TOGA - Toga River - Adi Davila TOGANIVALU - Togolevu River - Toguru River - Farasiko TOKAREI - Tokoriki - Savenaca TOKULA - Veresa TOMA - Tomanivi, Mount - Tongan Kava Ceremony-Taumafa Kava - Tonight - John TOOHEY - Top Spin 3 - Apisai TORA - Semisi TORA - Tora ni Bau - Totoya - Tovata Confederacy - Transport in Fiji - TREY, MC - Tribewanted - Tropical Depression 04F (2009) - Tropical Depression 10F (2004) - Peter TSIAMALILI - Kalaveti TUIYABAYABA - Aisea TUIDRAKI - Patiliai TUIDRAKI - Talemaitoga TUAPATI - Tubou - Manasa TUGIA - Aisea TUIDRAKI - Aisea TUILEVU - Malakai TUILOA - Kitione TUINAOSARA - Ilisoni TUINAWAIVUVU - Joe TUINEAU - Ilaitia TUISESE - Ratu Sakiusa TUISOLIA - Josua TUISOVA - Sir Timoci TUIVAGA - Naitini TUIYAU - J. B. TULARAM - Manu TUPOU - Manueli TULO - Taliai TUPOU - Lote TUQIRI - Lote TUQIRI (rugby union) - Turaga - Turaga na Gonesau - Turaga na Ratu ni Natauiya - Tuva River - Tuvuca - Isireli TUVUKI - Jerry TUWAI - Pio TUWAI
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