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All-Fiji final at Uprising 7s

Rashneel Kumar
Saturday, January 19, 2013

Update: 5:02PM IT will be an all-Fiji affair in the Cup final of the Uprising Fiji International 7s with the Digicel Fiji Barbarians taking on the FMF Fiji Warriors.

The Barbarians stormed into the final with a comprehensive 33-7 win Gordon Tietjens NZ Emerging 7s at Churchill Park.

Joji Ragamate was dominant as playmaker, scoring a couple of tries with Ilai Tinai and Osea Kolinisau also getting on the scoresheet. The Fijians led 19-0 at half-time.

The Warriors defeated defending champions Wardens 19-12 in the second semi-final.

In the plate final, Samoa faces the Australian Thunderbolts. The Australians beat Yamacia 35-12 while Samoa saw out Tonga 31-0.

The Tokatoka Baabaas beat the Lautoka Hurricanes 12-10 to book their place in the Bowl final. They will face URF Army which beat Lomaiviti Baabaas 28-12

The Shield final will see LICI Police take on Red Rock.

Police beat Uprising 33-12 while Red Rock knocked out Samurai Barracudas 33-5.





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