Just by looking at him, you wouldn’t think he spent a decade on the rugby field, but he did and continues to do so.
Sebulon Ragi is determined to make his dream come true as he continue his Digicel Cup campaign with SNS Port Moresby Vipers.
He is the eldest in the family of four siblings including one sister.
He started his rugby league career ten years ago, and made it into the semi professional competition, Digicel Cup, playing for Rabaul Gurias when he was in school doing year eleven and twelve in East New Britain Province.
Ragi moved to Port Moresby when he was selected to further his study in Electronics at the Don Bosco Technological Institution.
From there on, he joined Port Moresby SNS Vipers playing a notable role as five-eight. This is what he likes to do in his spare time.
He said, earlier on in the season, the team struggled to find the right combination when prominent players in the likes of Israel Eliab, Sabastian Pandia, and Adam Korave where drafted into the SP PNG Hunters.
He says His family and team play an important role in his career, and would not settle for nothing but to go an extra mile to achieve his ambitions.
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