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Namosi retains Farebrother Sullivan Trophy

19 Sep 2020

Namosi has managed to retain the prestigious Farebrother Sullivan Trophy after overcoming a strong Nadroga side 15 – 6 in a spectacular fashion at Ratu Cakobau park earlier this afternoon. Nadroga brought the play to Namosi’s 22m zone and manage to keep it there within the first few minutes. After numerous attempts of open plays […]...

Match Report – Serua v Malolo R5 Vodafone Vanua Championship

18 Sep 2020

The round 5 Vodafone Vanua Championship match between Serua and Malolo was an intense and hard fought battle from kick-off right until the final whistle, as Serua claim the victory after 80 min of spectacular rugby. Momentum was build early in the first half by Serua as their forward pack made some early driving play, […]...

Black Ferns to play opening Rugby World Cup 2021 match at Eden Park

18 Sep 2020

Rugby World Cup 2021 celebrates one year to go milestone Eden Park and Northland Events Centre confirmed as opening day venues Rugby World Cup 2021 volunteer programme opens World Rugby and hosts New Zealand Rugby (NZR) have today confirmed the Black Ferns will play their opening match of Rugby World Cup 2021 at Auckland’s Eden […]...

Heavyweights go head to head in Farebrother Trophy Challenge

17 Sep 2020

Namosi and Nadroga will go head to head in their second Farebrother Sullivan Trophy clash at Ratu Cakobau Park on Saturday. For both provincial teams, the game provides the ultimate challenge on a rugby pitch and in the adrenalin-pumping atmosphere of a high stakes showdown, it promises to be another bruising battle. While onus will […]...

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The Fiji national rugby union team is a member of the Pacific Islands Rugby Alliance (PIRA) formerly along with Samoa and Tonga. In 2009, Samoa announced their departure from the Pacific Islands Rugby Alliance, leaving just Fiji and Tonga. Fiji are ranked tenth in the world by the IRB as of 16 June 2014.

Despite the relatively small size of their represented country, in the 2007 Rugby World Cup Fiji defeated Wales 38–34 to claim a quarter final spot (theoretically placing them in the top 8 teams in the world) and proceeded to give eventual winners South Africa a scare eventually going down 37–20.