Disciplined services top pools at Uprising 7s on Day One Underline 20 January, 2012 The disciplined services all made an impact on Day One of the 2012 Uprising Fiji International 7s Festival as Police, Army and Wardens all topped their respective pools. However it was tournament hosts Uprising who were the pick of the teams as they thrashed defending champions Red Rock 29-5 to qualify as top players in their pool. 

Surprisingly the young Aussie Thunderbolts were the pick of the overseas teams being the only ‘off-shore’ team to qualify for the Cup competition. Samoa and Auckland couldn’t manage a win between them and both teams finished as wooden spooners in their respective pools. 

Play on Day Two gets underway at the National Stadium at 9:00 AM.
Other January 2012 News Underline
Fiji Warriors squad selected 28 January, 2012 
Digicel Fiji 7s team to Wellington and Las Vegas named 26 January, 2012 
IRB CEO to Step Down at End of January 25 January, 2012 
Fiji U20 fitness test and trials deferred 25 January, 2012 
Wardens claim Uprising Fiji 7s title 22 January, 2012 
Pacific Rugby Cup trials brought forward 20 January, 2012 
Local fitness test and trials for U20s 20 January, 2012 
Disciplined services top pools at Uprising 7s on Day One 20 January, 2012 
Nadroga dominate Fiji TV Nadi 7s 14 January, 2012 
IRB: Shingler ineligible to play for Scotland 13 January, 2012 
Digicel Barbarians named 13 January, 2012 
Male named head coach of Flying Fijians 13 January, 2012 
Forcing out the thief 12 January, 2012 
Waqa and Rogoyawa to lead Digicel Fiji 7s 11 January, 2012 
Naitasiri top seeds for Fiji TV 7s 11 January, 2012 
Digicel Fiji 7s squad named 06 January, 2012 
January fitness tests 03 January, 2012 
Baravilala faces the challenge 01 January, 2012 
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