IT'S one of the most rare moments in rugby, the sudden death between Nasolo Young Boys and Wainuqa Reds was played after a good rest. The match, which was the Bowl quarter-final, continued after three other games. The match ended in a 12-all draw. Nasolo scored at sudden death to proceed further.
SOME members of the Fiji sevens team were present at the Uluinakau 7s tournament. Despite, not given the green light to feature for their clubs, most players supported their teams as water boys.
THE two semi-finals of the Fijian Brothers competition livened the crowd at Ratu Cakobau Park in Nausori yesterday. The skills displayed by the players of Indian decent entertained the spectators who cheered on all four teams who were vying for a spot in the final.
TAURANGA Rugby Club from Ovalau scored the quickest try of the Uluinakau 7s tournament. The try was scored in the opening 24 seconds in one of its games at the two-day tournament in Nausori. The side defeated Uprising Beach Resort in the Shield semi-finals. They lost the final to Waibasaga 7-12.
FORMER radio journalist Milika Malaka was the announcer at the two-day Uluinakau 7s at Nausori's Ratu Cakobau Park. Malaka, was a sports announcer and reporter for the Fiji Broadcasting Corporation.