Toulouse 7s: Mocenacagi shines as Fiji beats France 33-21
Fiji to meet USA in the cup quarter final

Toulouse 7s: Mocenacagi shines as Fiji beats France 33-21

Fiji to meet USA in the cup quarter final

By Antonio Rahiman
Sunday 22/05/2022

Sevuloni Mocenacagi put on a spectacular performance to help the Fiji Airways Menโ€™s 7s team beat France 33-19 in their final pool game at the Toulouse 7s.

Mocenacagi scored a try in the first half and assisted in two tries.

He stood tall in defence and was the difference in the aerial battle as Fiji won 3 of the 5 restarts in the first half.

Other tries came from Kaminieli Rasaku, Pilipo Bukayaro, Waisea Nacuqu and Filipe Sauturaga.

The win sees Fiji finishing pool play on top and booking their quarter final clash with USA.

The menโ€™s quarterfinals will start at 4.04am today, the semifinals will begin at 12.14am Monday and the final will be played at 4.26am Monday

In other results: Argentina beat England 19-7, Canada beat Japan 40-14, Kenya beat Wales 19-14 and Australia beat New Zealand 24-19.

You can catch the live commentaries of Fijiโ€™s games with our top rugby commentator Antonio Rahiman who will be joined by former Fijiana 15 openside flanker, Mere Moto on Viti FM on 92.2FM for Suva, Nausori, Central Division, Labasa, Nadi, and Lautoka, 92.6FM for Rakiraki and 92FM for Sigatoka, Coral Coast, Tavua, Vatukoula, Ba and Savusavu. You can also download the fijivillage app to listen to the commentaries through the live radio option.

Cup Playoffs
Cup FinalFull TimeFiji29 - 17Ireland
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3' Kaminieli Rasaku score Fiji's first try5 - 0
4' Mocenacagi scores Fiji's second try12 -0

12 - 76' Pierre Mignot scored France 1st try
7' Bukayaro score 3rd try19 - 7

Half Time

19 - 7

Nacuqu scores his 1st try in the game.26 - 7

26 - 14Jonathan Laugel scores France second try
13'Sauturaga scores another try for Fiji33 -14

33 - 19'15 Thibaud Mazzoleni Scores France closing try

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