Lead trainer Senirusi Seruvakula is hush-hush on the players’ names.
Seruvakula affirms the players are from Saracens in England, ACT Brumbies and Queensland Reds in Australia and clubs in New Zealand.
He says these players will be given equivalent occasions to substantiate themselves.
A portion of the abroad players will mean to come. Some of them have turned down their agreements for the Wallaroos and for England to be important for the Fiji group. Also, they need to be the first in history to get into the World Cup and that is huge for us.”
Seruvakula adds the primary group is relied upon to go into camp in March.
“We are acquiring the all-inclusive crew of 71, at this point we have chopped it down to 35 preceding the abroad players show up in March. By March we will have the nine abroad players and the center group.”
The Rugby World Cup will be held in New Zealand between September 18 and October 16 this year.