Thomas Dunn, a young and promising footballer, recently made his return to Fijian football and his boyhood club Navua after a 1-1 draw against Tavua in the second round of the Digicel Fiji Premier League. Dunn is a U-20 Fiji national team member and is set to represent his country at the U-20 World Cup this May.
Dunn is a key addition to the Navua team and brings with him a wealth of experience gained during his stint with the Frankston Pines, a State League 3 team in Melbourne, Australia. During his time in Australia, Dunn caught the attention of many due to his impressive speed and skill on the ball. After his debut game in the season for Navua, Dunn told Oceania Football Center his impressions about the game: “My debut was good, surely Navua can fight for big things this season. First game this season for me, but will be alright when we go deep into the season“, said the player that recently arrived back home after representing Fiji U-20 team in an invitational friendly tournament in Indonesia.
Dunn’s talent and potential have not gone unnoticed, and his inclusion in the U-20 Fiji national team is a testament to his abilities. He will be hoping to showcase his skills on the world stage and make a name for himself in the international football community.
For Navua, Dunn’s return is a significant boost to their chances in the Digicel Fiji Premier League. The team will be hoping to build on their recent performances and climb up the league table with Dunn’s help.