SUVA, Fiji (AP) — Scrumhalf Henry Seniloli scored two first-half tries and his replacement Frank Lomani added two in the second half as Fiji overwhelmed George 37-15 on Saturday to win the Pacific Nations Cup for the fourth consecutive year. Georgia led 15-10 at halftime but Fiji scored 27 unanswered points in the second half to complete a convincing victory. Centers Jale Vatubua and Semi Radradra also scored second-half tries, former league star Radradra touching down in injury time to cap a strong test debut. Both teams came into Saturday’s match with a narrow win in the first round of the four-nation tournament; Fiji beat Samoa 24-22 to take five championship points and Georgia beat Tonga 16-15 for four points. Georgia looked strong in the first half but Fiji brought its big, ball-handling forwards and backs into the match in the second half to take control and end Georgia’s seven-match winning streak in international games. The teams will next meet at the Rugby World Cup in Japan in October 2019. “This is the level we need to play every game and we managed to do it in today’s game,” Fiji captain Akapusi Qera said. “We know we will get Georgia… Read full this story
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