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Fijian flyers touch down

Arin Kumar
Monday, January 13, 2014

FLYING Fijian Napolioni Nalaga and former All Black Sitiveni Sivivatu scored a try each to help their Clermont Auvergne side beat Harlequins 16-13 in the Heineken Cup competition on Saturday.

In another match, although Vereniki Goneva was not on the scoresheet, he provided spark in the backline to help his Leicester side come from behind to win 34-19 against Benetton Treviso.

Kameli Ratuvou and Samu Vunisa failed to help their Zebre side as they went down 3-20 to Connacht.

Flying Fijians Jerry Yanuyanutawa, Leone Nakarawa and Niko Matawalu came off the bench to help their Glasgow Warriors defeat Sireli Naqelevuki's Exeter Chiefs 15-10.

And Timoci Nagusa also came off the bench but had no impact on the game as his Montpellier side went down 16-27 to Ulster.








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