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Nasilasila tops points scored

Josefa Makaba In Sydney, Australia
Saturday, January 27, 2018

AFTER last night's opening pool game against Samoa at the Sydney 7s tournament of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series Amenoni Nasilasila recorded the most points scored of 76 overall in the 2017/18 series with Seabelo Senatla of South Africa at 75.

Old engine James Stannard of Australia recorded 74 while England skipper Tom Mitchell tallied 63.

Also Nathan Hirayama of Canada scored 62 with Dan Norton of England 60 whereas Andrew Knewstubb of New Zealand summed up his day one performance with 58 points.

Meanwhile, James Stannard leads the cost conversions with 32 points while Nasilasila sits at 23.

The Ratu Filise playmaker was rated the third best tackler with 34.








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