March 13, 2018
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Fiji Warriors remain on track

The Fiji Warriors are on track on retain the World Rugby Pacific Challenge title for the third consecutive year after beating Junior Japan 28-3 in their second match at the ANZ Stadium in Suva today.

The hosts scored two tries through fullback Inia Tawalo and hooker Veremalua Vugakoto to lead 14-3 at halftime.

Yuto Mori kicked the only penalty of the first half for the Japanese.

Fiji maintained its consistency in the second half and scored two more tries through Captain Mosese Voka and halfback Frank Lomani.

Flyhalf Serupepeli Vularika successfully converted all of Fiji’s tries in the match.

The Fiji Warriors will play Tonga A in their final match at 3.30pm on Saturday while Junior Japan will face Samoa at 1pm.

By Reginald Chandar


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