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Fijiana loses all its matches in Sydney

January 26, 2018 5:50 am

The Fiji Airways women’s 7s side has bundled out of the pool games at the Sydney tournament currently underway at the Allianz Stadium in Australia.

The side lost its final pool match against Ireland by 17-14.

In the matches earlier, the Iliesa Tanivula coached side were beaten 24-12 by Canada and then got defeated 19-12 by Russia.

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The Fijian side will play in one of the Challenge trophy semi-finals tomorrow.
Meanwhile, the Fiji Airways men’s 7s is pooled with New Zealand, Samoa and Russia.

Fiji 7s kick off their campaign against Samoa at 8.28pm today.

The side then plays Russia at 5.09pm on Saturday before facing New Zealand at 8.42pm.

The Cup quarter-final kicks off at 12.28pm on Sunday, semi-final begins at 6.36pm and the final is schedule for 9.48pm.

You can watch the tournament live on FBC TV and catch the commentaries of Fiji’s game on Radio Fiji One.

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