March 02, 2013
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Reds College oust Tonga A, ACT lead PRC

Queensland Rugby’s Reds College XV defeated Tonga A 24-3 at Ballymore today to go second on the standings behind ACT XVs after round one of the 2013 Pacific Rugby Cup.

The Reds College XV scored three tries to none in wet and rainy conditions with St.George Queensland Reds winger Rod Davies, prop Sam Denny and centre Rex Tapuai all crossing for five-pointers.

The hosts lead 17-3 at the breather.

The Reds College XV is coached by Queensland Reds coaching members Peter Wilkins and Jim McKay.

Meanwhile the ACT XVs remain atop of the standings with five points following their 9-try bonus point 52-19 victory over Samoa A last night. The hosts' Fijian centre Tevita Kuridrani contributed a 5-pointer in the win.

The Fiji Warriors’ round one PRC game against the Junior Waratahs was called off due to bad weather.

Reds College XV 24 (Rod Davies, Sam Denny, Rex Tapuai; Jono Lance 3 cons, pen) defeated Tonga A 3 (Sosefo Fahiua pen)

ACT XV 58 (Robbie Coleman 2, Ian Prior, Jordan Rapana, Tom Cox, Etienne Oosthuizen, Fotu Auelua, Scott Sio, Tevita Kuridrani tries; Zack Holmes 5 cons, pen) bt SAMOA A 19.

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