Malo and welcome to Episode 89 of Breakfast Bites by TeivovoSports.com – a wrap of Pasifika peoples sports on this beautiful bright and sunny Tuesday morning 27 September 2022 – coming to you from paradise on the 180th meridian in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
All eyes are turning to the Women’s Rugby World Cup starting in New Zealand on Saturday 08 October.
Hosted by a Southern Hemisphere nation for the very first time, the first day of the Women’s Rugby World Cup features three fantastic clashes which will be highly entertaining for the fans: South Africa v France, Fiji v England, and New Zealand v Australia.
In rugby league – the NRL expects a 83,000-capacity crowd sell-out at Accor Stadium for their Grand-final between two western Sydney heartland Clubs – the Parramatta Eels against the Penrith Panthers. NRL CEO Andrew Abdo confirmed yesterday that the demand for tickets has been phenomenal.
No one gave the Eels Women a chance but they will join their Men at this week’s NRL Grand Final, after qualifying for the 2022 NRLW decider vs the Knights, with a stunning 24-10 Semi Final win over the unbeaten minor premiers and reigning champions, the Sydney Roosters.
In boxing – Tyson Fury will fight former WBA heavyweight champ Mahmoud Charr on 03 December in Cardiff since Anthony Joshua failed to sign their fight contract by the 5am deadline this morning Fiji time for what would have been the biggest fight in British boxing history.
In football – The tiny nation of Qatar, about half the size of Fiji in landmass, but with a population of 3 million people expects an invasion of 1.2M fans at the FIFA World Cup to boost their economy by US$17Billion.
For TeivovoSports.com – I’m Culden Kamea, Mahalo, vina’a and thank you!
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