March 26, 2021
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LAR Barbarians remain on track

The Life after Rugby (LAR) Barbarians remain on track in the 45th Fiji Bitter Marist 7s after winning their second match 15-7 over Ratu Filise at the ANZ Stadium in Suva today.

The Isake Katonibau coached side scored first through veteran Pio Tuwai who sprinted for more than 50m to score.

Tuwai had to leave the field after sustaining an ankle injury.

LAR Barbarians were reduced to six players for two minutes after veteran Vatemo Ravouvou was sin-binned for a high tackle.

 Ratu Filise winger Ifereimi Tovilevu broke the LAR defence just before halftime and scored a try while Sikeli Vitonisiga converted to give them a 7-5 lead.

Manueli Maisamoa and Vatemo Ravouvou scored two unanswered tries for the Barbarians in the second half to register their second win.

The side earlier defeated Borderline Babas 19-0.

By Romeka Romena  

 


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