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Red Rock win Uprising 7s Underline 22 January, 2011 After having disposed of Samoa so handsomely in the quarter finals 22-5, Army started the Fiji International Uprising 7s Cup Final as favourites over Red Rock. 

It was a tag they justly deserved in the first half as they threatened to run riot in a game played almost entirely within Red Rock’s half of the ground. 

Using their big men Army ran straight and hard and despite strong defense from Red Rock they could do little to prevent the inevitable as Dale Tonawai sliced his way through brittle defense to score in the sixth minute of play. 

Two minutes later Army doubled their lead when Aminiasi Nava dotted down, and then when a minute later Sevuloni Lutu scored the game looked to be heading towards an anti-climax as the red and greens went into the break 15-nil in front. 

Army began the second half with as much intent as they’d started the first as they used size and power to gain possession and territory against their smaller opposition. However indiscipline set in when in the second minute Jone Natua was sin binned for a repeated infringement. 

Red Rock took advantage of their extra man with Alipate Savai going through a desperate Army tackle to score in the corner. When skipper Peni Gaumeke nailed the conversion from out wide there was a glimmer of hope for Red Rock. 

That glimmer became a bright ray of belief when lanky forward Seniyasi Matelewena scored under the posts. Gaumeke converted to put Red Rock behind by just a single point 14-15. 

With the pressure on and time running out Gaumeke led from the front as he attempted to outrun the Army defense. He tired and was caught but from the ensuing play the Army defense faltered and Isoa Tuinakoro completed the comeback for Red Rock as he touched down just before the final buzzer to hand Red Rock the win and $20, 000. 

The final score 19-15 to Red Rock.

FULL RESULTS - Day 2

Time Game Team Team Rd
9:00 25 Nadroga 24 19 Les Bleu BQ1
9:22 26 Digicel Babas 12 17 Uprising BQ2
9:44 27 NZ Maori 38 New Caledonia BQ3
10:06 28 Ponsonby 21 12 US Grizzlies BQ4
10:28 29 Red Rock 22 17 Navy CQ1
10:50 30 Wardens 5 0 Digicel Matai CQ2
11:12 31 Samurai 7 5 Police CQ3
11:34 32 Army 25 5 Samoa CQ4
12:06 33 Les Bleu 5 24 Digicel Babas SS1
12:28 34 New Caledonia 5 45 US Grizzlies SS2
12:50 35 Nadroga 24 19 Uprising BS1
13:!2 36 NZ Maori 12 25 Ponsonby BS2
13:34 37 Navy 28 5 Digicel Matai PS1
13:56 38 Police 5 35 Samoa PS2
14:44 39 Red Rock 12 7 Wardens CS1
15:06 40 Samurai 7 19 Army CS2
15:28 41 Digicel Babas 26 17 US Grizzlies SF
15:56 42 Nadroga 17 24 Ponsonby BF
16:24 43 Navy 26 31 Samoa PF
16:52 44 Red Rock 19 15 Army CF
Other January 2011 News Underline
Warriors beaten by Rebels 31 January, 2011 
A dream week for Gaunimeke 28 January, 2011 
Fiji TV 7s moves to Nausori 27 January, 2011 
IRB Statement of Clarification Regarding the Fiji Rugby Union 26 January, 2011 
Savou - takes another swing 25 January, 2011 
Fiji Rugby's countdown clock 25 January, 2011 
Red Rock win Uprising 7s 22 January, 2011 
Fiji International Uprising 7s - Day 1 Results and Pools 21 January, 2011 
Las Vegas 7s live in US 20 January, 2011 
2011 Uprising Fiji International 7s - Pools and Schedule 19 January, 2011 
Date change for FRU SGM 18 January, 2011 
Local players impress Mumm 18 January, 2011 
Digicel Babas to play in Uprising 7s 17 January, 2011 
FRU Life Member Inoke Tabualevu passes away 17 January, 2011 
Namosi One win Sigatoka 7s 15 January, 2011 
FRU Notice of Special General Meeting 14 January, 2011 
Compac Sigatoka 7s - Pools, Schedule and Results 14 January, 2011 
Tevita follows in Ratu Kiti's footsteps 13 January, 2011 
Air Pacific Fiji Warriors named 12 January, 2011 
FRU accounts 11 January, 2011 
Gavoka steps down as FRU chairman 11 January, 2011 
Trials for Warriors 11 January, 2011 
Compac Sigatoka 7s 10 January, 2011 
Camp for Digicel Fiji 7s players 10 January, 2011 
2010-11 Fiji TV Provincial 7s Series Table 10 January, 2011 
FRU Lottery Press Release 08 January, 2011 
FRU Grand Lottery winners 01 January, 2011 
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