August 24, 2012
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Gloucester confirm Flying Fijians fixture

English club, Gloucester Rugby has confirmed they will play Fiji in one of the Flying Fijians’ November Europe tour fixture.

The two teams will meet 6.45am on Wednesday, November 14 (Fiji time) at Kingsholm.

This will be Fiji’s first visit to Kingsholm which has played hosts to the likes of Australia, Georgia, Ireland and Samoa in recent season.

The Flying Fijians will play four Test matches, including one against England during their November tour.

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