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7s mission

Josefa Makaba In Sydney, Australia
Sunday, January 28, 2018

FIJI has secured its spot in the 2018 Sydney 7s Cup quarter-finals after beating arch rival New Zealand in the final pool match at Allianz Stadium in Sydney last night.

The 19-17 victory has seen the Fiji Airways 7s team topping Pool A with three wins from three games.

Fiji will play USA in the first quarter-final before South Africa will play Kenya, hosts Australia to meet series leaders New Zealand, while England will face Argentina.

The Gareth Baber-coached side lifted their performance after the second pool game against Russia where they won 24-0.

Skipper Jerry Tuwai said they were looking forward to the quarter-final and would give their best to try and win the tournament.

Fiji will play USA at 12:28pm








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