Touching Rupeni Caucaunibuca Documentary Is A Must Watch For Any Rugby Fan
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The man, the myth, the legend.
If you’re a rugby fan in any shape or form, chances are you’ve heard of the legend that is former Fiji star Rupeni Caucaunibuca.
The legendary winger wasn’t around for long, but left a lasting impression that sees him still considered as one of the greatest players to have ever graced a rugby pitch.
Until now his story has been a puzzling one, with disciplinary issues resulting in one of the great careers fading away far too soon. But now thanks to former Samoan forward Dan Leo – we can finally get inside the mind of the man simply known as ‘Caucau’.
Leo – and the Pacific Rugby Players Welfare organisation have put together and excellent documentary that explores his life and serves as a reminder for the work that still needs to be done in terms of Pacific Islanders.
Check it out below and if you’d like to donate to Caucaunibuca’s JustGiving page you can do so here.