Update: 9:13PM THE Digicel Fiji sevens team remained unbeaten after day one of the Fiji Water Centennial International 7s tournament at the ANZ Stadium this afternoon.
However, the test is yet to come for the national side. Coached by Alifereti Dere, the side cruised past Tuvalu 48-0, Cook Islands 41-0 and Papua New Guinea 44-0 during its Oceania Pool B matches.
Samoa is unbeaten in Pool A. The side beat the Solomon Islands 43-0, American Samoa 45-0 and Australia 26-12.
Samoa faces Tuvalu in the quarter-finals while Fiji lines up against the Solomon Islands in the opening quarter-final at 11am tomorrow.
In the FIJI Water Invitational competition, the Wardens rugby club, playing as the Fiji Barbarians, lost to France this afternoon. Coached by former trainer Max Hughes, the side also lost its first match to USA 19-24 but managed to beat Argentina and Fiji Warriors in their other matches.
The Tokatoka Westfield Barbarians club, playing as the Fiji Warriors, lost to the Barbarians.
11am Fiji-Solomon Islands, 11.22 Cook Islands-American Samoa, 11.44 Papua New Guinea-Australia, 12.06pm Tuvalu-Samoa
FIJI Water Invitational semi-finals: 12.28pm Fiji Warriors-Argentina, 12.50 Fiji Barbarians-France