Aim is to finish the season on a high - Gollings

Aim is to finish the season on a high - Gollings

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Friday 12/05/2023
Naduvalo charges through the New Zealand defense during the HSBC Singapore 7s Photo:World Rugby

The Fiji Airways Men’s National 7s side is aiming to finish the 2022/2023 season on a high.

Speaking from France, coach Ben Gollings says they are not going to rest on the points they currently have sitting in third place.

He says the team understands that a big performance this weekend will seal the deal of Olympic qualification.

Fiji will play the USA at 12.57am tomorrow in their first pool match, they play South Africa at 7.03am tomorrow and battle France at 12.11am Sunday in their final pool game. The cup quarter-finals will start at 3.16am Sunday, the cup semi-finals will begin at 11.32pm Sunday, and the cup final will be held at 3.56am Monday.

Meanwhile, the Fijiana 7s first match is against Spain at 8 tonight, then they will play Japan at 1.30am tomorrow and meet Great Britain at 7.59pm tomorrow.

The cup quarterfinals will start at 1.26am Sunday, the semi finals will begin at 7.44pm Sunday and the final will be held at 3.26am Monday.

Cup Finals

DateTimeTeamTeam
Women's Cup Final -
Sun 14 MayFull TimeUSA14 - 19New Zealand
Men's Cup Final -
Sun 14 May Full TimeNew Zealand 24 - 19Argentina
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