November 29, 2021
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Sauturaga, Raturaciri among top scorers

Fiji 7s utility back Filipe Sauturaga and debutant Iowane Raturaciri’s tries have been rated amongst the seven best tries of the Dubai 7s.
 
World Rugby, through a video posted on Twitter stated that Sauturga and Raturaciri were outstanding with their tries in the first leg of the competition.
 
Raturaciri scored a crucial try in their match against Australia where he burst through the Australia defence and in getting a win.  
 
In the quarterfinal match against Kenya, Sauturaga broke through the Kenyan open space and touched the ball on the try line.
 
The other five players are Tomas Lizazu of Argentina, JC Pretorius and Selvyn Davids of South Africa, Alvin Otieno of Kenya and Terry Kennedy of Ireland.
 
By Romeka Romena  


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