RUSILA Tamoi scored a brace of tries to help her Marist Seahawks side beat Striders 33-21 during the final of the Suva Women's 7s competition yesterday.
The Cicia, Lau lass was part of the Fijiana side which recently finished second at the Oceania Women's 7s tournament in Noosa, Australia.
Seahawks exerted their dominance at the tournament in which six teams competed at the Suva Grammar School grounds.
Fiji Women's Rugby Union president Paulini Tamatasasa said this was their first tournament for the season.
"This is the first of the many tournaments that we will play as a build-up towards the Regional 7s tournament that will be held in Fiji on November 2 and the Bayleys Fiji Coral Coast 7s on November 14 and 16," she said.
"The Fiji Rugby Union is negotiating further details of the Regional 7s but two teams from Lautoka, five from Suva, one from Labasa and one from Serua have shown interest in participating in it."
She said the competition yesterday was tough even though it was the first for the season.
"This is because the teams had been preparing for the start of the season for a while now.
"The girls are fit because some are in the Fijiana team and many are in the extended Fijiana training squad."
Meanwhile, Serua made a return to the domestic competition.
Mystic Knights 14 Striders 21, Striders 21 Central Chiefs 7, Eastern Eagles 10 Mystic Knights 21, Seahawks 29 Mystic Knights 0, Central Chiefs 28 Mystic Knights 24, Eastern Eagles 19 Serua 0, Striders 33 Eastern Eagles 12, Mystic Knights 29 Serua 10, Seahawks 38 Central Chiefs 7, Central Chiefs 29 Eastern Eagles 10, Striders 28 Serua 5. Final: Seahawks 33 Striders 21.