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Ratini scores three

Planetrugby
Monday, September 01, 2014

ALIPATE Ratini scored a magnificent hat-trick to lead Grenoble to a first Top 14 win of the season, 37-23 over Bordeaux-Bègles.

They were matched by Lyon and Oyonnax who also picked up their first wins, against Brive and Stade Français respectively.

Earlier in the day former Flying Fijian Sireli Bobo scored a try to help La Rochelle had produced a magnificent display to down Toulouse 37-25.

Bobo was well supported by Levani Botia and Albert Vulivuli in La Rochelle a stunning first win of the season.

Botia played at second-five while Vulivuli started off the bench.

The newly promoted side had struggled in the first two games of the campaign, but turned it around with former Waratahs winger Alofa Alofa scoring twice.








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