The Fijiana 7s team will meet Canada at 7.04am in the gold semi-final after beating Australia 19-12 in the 22nd Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
The Women's semi-finals will start at 6.42am with New Zealand facing Australia.
The Fijiana 7s team led 12-0 in the first half and held their line of defence until the last minute to win the game.
Rusila Nagasau scored the first try with Raijeli Daveua and Sese Donu scoring a try each and Viniana Riwai got two of the three conversions in.
Reapi Uluinasau was sin-binned and gave a chance to Australia to capitalise with another try but that was not enough.
They defeated Scotland 31-12 in their first game and thrashed South Africa 41-0 in their second match.
In other results Australia hammered Scotland 50 –0, New Zealand belted Sri Lanka 60 – 0, Canada beat England 26 – 19 and Scotland beat South Africa 33 – 12 and New Zealand beat England 38-7.
The women’s medal semi-finals will begin at 6:42am tomorrow, and the bronze medal match kicks off at 7:20am Monday followed by the gold medal final at 8:04am.
You can catch the live commentaries of Fiji’s games with our rugby commentators Mere Moto, Mark Rasekaseka and Antonio Rahiman on Viti FM on 92FM, 92.2FM and 92.6FM.
You can also download the fijivillage app to listen to the commentaries through the live radio option.
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