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By Nathan Beuman

St George Illawarra Dragons winger Eto Nabuli is keen to carry his representative form over against the South Sydney Rabbitohs at ANZ Stadium, Olympic Park on Monday.

The Fiji Bati international was amongst the stand-out performers for the island nation in their comprehensive 22-10 Pacific Test fixture win over the Papua New Guinea Kumuls last weekend.

Nabuli, 26, admits he was proud to have donned the jersey of his country of birth  and hopes to replicate that performance against the reigning Premiers on Monday.

“It’s meant a lot for me to represent Fiji,” said Nabuli

“I’ve been looking to represent my country for a long time and I was very proud to wear the Fiji Bati jersey.

“It was a good experience, and I know there will be many more too I hope.

“Paul McGregor and the boys they have been teaching me everything about rugby league.

“I really appreciate the coach spending time with me as I just listen and do whatever he tells me.

“I am really enjoying my time a lot and really like the Club.

“It will be good to be back on the field against the Rabbitohs as the body feels good after playing for Fiji.”

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