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Dragons in 10s semis

Rashneel Kumar In Hong Kong
Friday, March 28, 2014

BGC Dragons, starring a number of Fijians, featured in the cup semi-finals of the Hong Kong 10s Tournament at the Hong Kong Football Club grounds.

Dragons which has players such as former Fiji 7s star Rupeni Caucau, former Fiji 7s halfback Emosi Vucago, Suva's Samu Bola and Fiji 7s squad members Viliame Navanua, Henry Seniloli and Jiuta Takubu played Carinat Dragons late last night.

The Tana Umaga-coached side defeated Rocky Khan's Borneo Eagles 24-0 in the quarter-finals yesterday.

In the pool play, the Dragons overcame Newedge Club 31-7, Lloyd McDermott Warriors 48-0 and JML IRANZ 17-7.

The tournament which finished early this morning had 16 clubs with players from all over the world playing.








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