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Fijian 7s

Richard Abel, Suva
Wednesday, January 31, 2018

So heartbreaking for us fans of the 7s game that Fiji had to lose by a big margin against the USA team but than again, one has to be thankful that is how games are won or lost and we have to take our losses as well as our victories when they come.

So let's thank the good Lord above that our lads are well and the better team won on the day against our gladiators.

We pray our lads do better at the Hamilton 7s and come out more magical than ever.

Just a reminder that our lads showed real class in their games at the Sydney 7s especially against the New Zealanders in their semi-final match in the plate or trophy challenge match.

Fiji surely put on a good display of skills and magic to take that game to the wire so to speak.

Keep up the Fijian flair ra gone. Toso Viti.








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