Uluinasau and Donu in sensational form as the Fijiana 7s belt South Africa 41 – 0

Uluinasau and Donu in sensational form as the Fijiana 7s belt South Africa 41 – 0

By Alifereti Sakiasi
Saturday 30/07/2022
[Image: World Rugby Sevens]

The Fijiana 7s put on another spectacular display of 7s rugby as they thrashed South Africa 41 – 0 in their second pool match of the Commonwealth 7s this morning.

Reapi Uluinasau scored the opening try, followed by Adi Vani Buleki while Ana Maria Naimasi scored just before half time.

The side continued to dominate the match in the second half with Sesenieli Donu scoring back-to-back tries in a matter of minutes with Uluinasau scoring her second try of the match.

Lavena Cavuru added an extra 5 points to seal the win for the Fijiana 7s.

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Earlier the Fijiana 7s beat Scotland 31 – 12 and will play Australia in their final pool game at 8:22pm tonight.

In other women’s results Australia thrashed South Africa 38 – 0, England hammered Sri Lanka 57 – 0 and New Zealand belted Canada 45 – 7.

The women’s medal semi-finals will begin at 6:42am on Sunday, the bronze medal match kicks off at 7:20am on Monday, followed by the gold medal final at 8:04am.

You can catch the live commentaries of Fiji’s games with our top rugby commentator Antonio Rahiman and former Fijiana 15s openside flanker, Mere Moto 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.


Fijiana 7s
vs
South Africa

Kick off!

0-0


Reapi Uluinasau scores for the Fijiana 7s. Conversion successful!
7 - 0

Adi Vani Buleki scores Fiji's second try of the match!
12 - 0

Try to the Fijiana by Ana Maria Naimasi!
19 - 0


HALF TIME!

19 - 0



Second half underway!

Sesenieli Donu scores for the Fijiana 7s!
24 - 0

Donu scores her second try of the match! 
29 - 0

TRY. Uluinasau gets her second!
36 - 0

Lavena Cavuru extends the Fijiana 7s lead further! 

FULL TIME!

41 - 0



Fijiana 7s beat Scotland 31–12 in first pool encounter

By Alifereti Sakiasi
Friday 29/07/2022
[Photo: Fiji Rugby Facebook]

The Fijiana 7s team have kicked off their gold medal campaign at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham with a solid 31 – 12 win over Scotland in their first pool match.

The team started off strong with an opening try by Reapi Uluinasau.

Scotland hit back shortly after with a try to Shona Campbell.

Adi Vani Buleki scored for the Fijiana seconds before the end of the first half to put them into the lead 14 – 5.

In the second half, Lavena Cavuru, Sesenieli Donu and Viniana Riwai scored a try each to extend their lead over Scotland and seal the win for the Fijiana 7s.

In other results, Australia thrashed South Africa 38 – 0 in the opening match.

The Fijiana 7s will play South Africa in their next pool game at 4:30am tomorrow and then play Australia in their final pool game at 8:22pm on Saturday.

The women’s medal semi finals will begin at 6:42am on Sunday, the bronze medal match kicks off at 7:20am on Monday, followed by the gold medal final at 8:04am.

You can catch the live commentaries of Fiji’s games with our top rugby commentator Antonio Rahiman and former Fijiana 15s openside flanker, Mere Moto 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.

Common-Wealth-Commentary
Fijiana 7s
vs
Scotland

Kick Off!

0-0


Try to the Fijiana from Reapi Uluinasau! Conversion successful
7 - 0


7 - 5
Shona Campbell scores for Scotland! Conversion unsuccessful 
Adi Vani Buleki scores for the Fijiana! Conversion successful 14 - 5

HALF TIME!

14 - 5


Cavuru scores. Fijiana extend their lead in the second half!    21 - 5

21 - 12
Rhona Lloyd strikes back for Scotland!

Sesenieli Donu scores for the Fijiana!

26 - 12

Viniana Riwai seals the win for the Fijiana!
31 - 12



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