Flying Fijians utility forward Albert Tuisue showed his class as he scored a try and helped his Gloucester side secure a spot in the knockout stage of the Heineken Cup Challenge by beating Bordeaux 26-17 this morning.
Tuisue started at number 8 and made some impressive strong runs causing head aches for the defenders as he ran a total of 85 metres in 12 carries earning him the man of the match award.
After moving in from London Irish, Tuisue has stamped his mark on the number 8 jersey.
Meanwhile, Flying Fijians captain Levani Botia also continued his fine form in the number 6 jersey for La Rochelle as he scored a try to help his side beat Northampton Saints 31-13 in their Heineken Cup Challenge clash this morning.
Botia scored the first try in the 26th minute of play in the first half and also made some strong carries troubling the defenders.
[Source: Rugby Pass]
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