November 27, 2021
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Fijiana cruise into Dubai 7s final

Fijiana thumped Great Britain 28-5 to finish on top of Pool B and qualify for the Women's final of Dubai 7s.

The Saiasi Fuli coached side needed to win the match to finish on top of the pool and tries from Sesenieli Donu and Vasiti Solikoviti in the third and fifth minute together with successful conversions by Reapi Uluinasau put Fiji up 14-0.

Speedster Jasmine Joyce scored for Great Britain just before the break.

Fijiana maintained its dominance in the second half and scored two more tries through Reijieli Daveua and Captain Rusila Nagasau to seal their place in the final.

Fiji will meet  Pool A toppers Australia in the final at 2.56am (Fiji Time).

By Reginald Chandar

 


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