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this match should have featured 22 players that will be make the front line for RWC...if coaches are still trying out new combinations now....they will be doing the same thing for the first match at RWC....and its important that Fiji does well against Namibia because that's the easiest team they will get to play compared to what awaits for the rest of the tournament...
Posted 14:10 20th August 2011
Ikale Tahi to beat the All Blacks. Just prove me that I am wrong lol. The Mighty All Blacks will fall. Go Tonga!! Go 'Ikale Tahi!!
Posted 21:06 19th August 2011
never count the fijians out....this matches are for the coaching team to try out players andcombinations,tonga needed a 16 point margin to win the overall punjas sponsord test games-which fiji has now won despite the loss....Go Fiji,noqu Kalou noqu Vanua.
Posted 16:44 19th August 2011
At least 6 of those Tongan players play or have played super rugby and of course they're a few from big European clubs too. That's actually a very good looking Tongan team. I'm afraid this won't be fijis year like last WC.
Posted 13:56 19th August 2011
This Fijian team may as well sit this RWC out...they are a hopeless pack of players. This team, with their "depth" coming from overseas based players(that's a laugh), has been defeated by a local club in Fiji before the start of PNC and despite this we see no consistency...any step forward in one match is cancelled out by several steps backwards in the next....I seriously hope the country's state is not used as any form of excuse for justifying their pathetic performance in the match that lie ahead....
Posted 12:22 19th August 2011
Whoops see Nicky Little was only on the bench.
Posted 10:18 19th August 2011
Interesting. Both stand offs NZ born and bred.
Posted 10:17 19th August 2011