The Fiji Airways men’s 7s team are continuing their fine performance in the Sydney 7s and have booked a spot in the cup semifinals after a comfortable 26-14 win over Great Britain.
Speedster Viwa Naduvalo opened the try scoring for Fiji in the first half followed by Josua Vakurinabili.
Max McFarland hit back for Great Britain with a converted try, however magic man Waisea Nacuqu quickly capitalized on errors by scoring Fiji’s third try just before half time.
Fiji led 19-7.
Manueli Maisamoa showed pure class in his offloads and combination with Naduvalo, which resulted in him extending the lead to 24 – 7.
Will Homer responded in the 12th minute adding 7 more points to the tally for Great Britain however Fiji managed to hold up a solid defence until the final hooter.
In earlier matches, New Zealand beat Samoa 12-0 and South Africa beat Ireland 26–12.
The semifinals kick off at 5:06pm tomorrow and Fiji will play South Africa in the second cup semifinal at 5:28pm.
The cup final will be played at 9:26pm tomorrow.
|Sun 29 Jan||Full Time||France||0 - 35||New Zealand|
|Sun 29 Jan||Full Time||New Zealand||38 - 0||South Africa|
|Women's 5th Place Play-Off||-|
|Sun 29 Jan||Full Time||Australia||36 - 12||Fiji|
|Men's Bowl Final||-|
|Sun 29 Jan||Full Time||Fiji||29 - 5||France|
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