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Four players who missed the Vanuatu-Fiji series in March have been picked for Fiji's squad in their World Cricket League Division Three campaign to be held in Darwin, Australia, later this month.
The four players - Iliesa Waqaituinayau, Filimoni Vuli, Sakaraia Lomani and Rajeev Patel - are part of a squad, captained by Seci Tuiwai, who will play two warm-ups against an Indigenous XI and the Northern Territory State XI.
The World Cricket League is split into five divisions and is the ICC's method to determine countries' eligibilty to the qualifiers for 2011's World Cup. The other teams in Fiji's division are Hong Kong, Uganda, Tanzania, Cayman Islands, Argentina, Italy and Papua New Guinea.
Fiji's squad Seci Tuiwai (capt), Iniasi Cakacaka (vice-capt), Josefa Rika, Colin Rika, Iliesa Navatu, Taione Batina, Sekove Ravoka, Inoke Lesuma, Dr Rajeev Patel, Samu Draunivudi, Sakaraia Lomani, Vueta Vuiyasawa, Iliesa Waqatuinayau, Filimoni Vuli
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