Mosese Nasau Rauluni (born 27 June, 1975 in Suva, Fiji) is a Fijian rugby union footballer. He usually plays at scrum half, and currently plays for Saracens F.C. in the Guinness Premiership in England. He has played for Fiji, including captaining them.

Rauluni was brought up in Brisbane and played his club rugby for Easts from 19991 to 2003. He represented the Australian U-19s in 1993-94. He made his test debut for Fiji on November 1, 1996 in a match against the New Zealand Maori. The following season he was capped another three times for Fiji, playing in test matches against Togna, the Cook Islands and Samoa. The following season he played in a Test against the Wallabies.

He returned to the interntaional scene for Fiji in May of 1999, playing against the United States and then playing subsequent matches against Spain and Italy. He was included in Fiji's 1999 Rugby World Cup squad, and played in all four pool matches. After the World Cup, he earned anothe five caps during the subsequet season for Fiji. He played only one test in 2001, on May 25 against Tonga.

In 2003 Rauluni played in a match against Tonga and in fixtures against Argentina and Chile. He was selected for Fiji's squad at the 2003 Rugby World Cup. He represented Fiji in four matches at the World Cup.

In 2004 he was capped twice for Fiji in games against Samoa and Tonga, these two games were actually 2007 World Cup qualifying matches, and Rauluni skippered Fiji on both occasions. In July of that year he was selected as part of the Pacific Islanders side, which was a touring team comprised of the best Fijian, Samoan and Tongan players. The Pacific Islanders played matches against South Africa, Australia and the All Blacks. He was capped nine times during 2005. In May of 2006 he re-signed with the Saracens until the 2007/08 season.

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