October 15, 2012
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Fiji Warriors win in Tonga

The Fiji Warriors continued the celebration at Rugby House this afternoon by a high scoring 42-34 win over Samoa A in their first of two remaining Pacific Rugby Cup fixtures in Tonga.

The Warriors trailed the Samoans 22-5 at half-time but came back firing in the second half to slot in four tries for the win.

The match was played at the Teufaiva Stadium in Nuku'alofa.

The Warriors play the hosts Tonga A at 3pm Friday on the same pitch in their final PRC fixture.

By Lavenia Vuadreu
 

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