World Cup a dream come true

Growing up, Tui Kamikamica’s dream was to represent his country.

In 2016 the hard running forward achieved that dream and last year Kamikamica got the opportunity to represent his native Fiji at the Rugby League World Cup.

A season after joining the Storm system at the start of the year, the now 23-year old managed his NRL Debut, playing two first-grade games in 2017 and moved his tally to eight appearances for Fiji by the end of the calendar year.

“It meant the world to me,” Kamikamica said on representing Fiji at the World Cup when speaking to Storm TV upon his return to pre-season training.

“Growing up as a little kid in Fiji my dream was to play for my country one day.

“I achieved that goal last year and to do that was a great honour.”

Watch the full interview with Storm TV in the player above.

Tui Kamikamica meets some Fiji Bati fans in Townsville during the 2017 World Cup.
Tui Kamikamica meets some Fiji Bati fans in Townsville during the 2017 World Cup.