THE Hideaway Hurricanes bagged the Subrails Vitogo 7s after beating the hosts Vitogo One 26-5 in the final in Lautoka yesterday.
Halfback Eminoni Nasilasila starred for the Coral Coast-based team scoring two tries and kicking three conversions for a personal tally of 16 points.
Paula Karatu and Kitione Taliga scored the other tries for the Hurricanes. They led 12-0 at halftime.
Replacement Akuila Saukuru scored Vitogo One's lone try in the second spell.
The Hurricanes, with the services of former Fiji 7s rep Jasa Veremalua, were a class above Vitogo One.
The hosts, with their vocal support, defended gallantly for the first seven minutes before the Hurricanes pressure finally paid with Nasilasila dotting the first try.
Hurricanes team manager Moape Tuinuku said his boys showed consistency to achieve their goal.
"The trend has been set for the big one and that is the Coral Coast 7s," Tuinuku said.
"We lost some experienced players like Nemani Nagusa who is with the Fiji team on the Northern Tour. So we brought in Jasa and he is fitting in well with the boys. Karatu is an old hand and has been playing rugby for a while."
In the semi-finals, the Hurricanes beat Mala Young Boys 28-12 while Vitogo One downed Matanakilagi 17-5.
The Hurricanes walked away $1000 richer.
Echo Gold defeated Vitogo Two 19-12 in the Plate final.
Meanwhile, Tale Barbarians won the Mount Saint Mary's 7s in Nadi yesterday. Tale Barbarians defeated Nadi Jets 19-7 in the final.