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HAMILTON 7s: Fiji wins second game against Spain

Saturday, February 03, 2018

Update: 3:40PM THE Fiji Airways 7s side registered their second win at the inaugural Hamilton 7s in New Zealand after beating Spain 24-12 this afternoon.

The Gareth Baber-coached side started the match on high with a try from winger Eroni Sau.

Captain, Jerry Tuwai also scored a try under the uprights extending Fiji's lead in the first half.

However with Fiji receiving two yellow cards to Mesulame Kunavula and Eroni Sau before the end of first half saw Spain scoring their first try.

Spain scored again in the second spell levelling the scores at 12 points each.

Fiji again regrouped seeing Alasio Naduva scoring Fiji's third try.

Impact player Amenoni Nasilasila scored Fiji's final try sealing Fiji's win against Spain in their second pool game.

Fiji will play their final pool game against Australia at 6:50pm (Fiji Time).

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