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Oceania 7s FEVER

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Oceania 7s FEVER

The Papua New Guinea men and women’s sevens rugby teams are on a mission at the Oceania Rugby 7s Championship that gets underway at the ANZ Stadium, Suva on Friday.

PNG men’s sevens coach, Douglas Guise said they are aiming to reach the Cup semi-final.

“We’re ready to work hard during the pool stages as it would mean making it easier for us to reach the semi-final,” he said.

“We are really here to qualify again for Hong Kong and the World Sevens Series as well. Also we want to make it to the Sevens World Cup in San Francisco next year.

We are looking at getting out of the pool stages then we will see what to do next from there.”

Guise said last year they lost to Samoa in the semi-final and they’re looking at improving their game.

 

AUSSIE THREAT

The Australian men’s rugby sevens team are looking forward to maintain their unbeaten run against the Fiji Airways 7s team at this weekend’s Oceania 7s.

Australia 7s manager Jarred Hodges said they have been training hard since July in preparation for the 2017/18 World Sevens Series.

“The Oceania 7s is our final hit-out before the series begins and is a really important part of our preparation,” he said.

The Australians have beaten Fiji (40-7) in the Oktoberfest 7s final in Munich Germany, (19-17) Central Coast 7s tournament final and (29-0) in the Silicon Valley 7s tournament in USA.

Hodges said the Oceania 7s has all the world top teams playing in it and they need to be respected.

“We’re looking forward to our two pool games against Tonga and Solomon Islands and hopefully progressing on to the knockout stages from there.”

 

PROMOTING WOMEN

The women’s 7s Cup final will be the last match of the Oceania Rugby 7s Championship which starts this Friday and culminates on Saturday.

This was confirmed to SUNsports yesterday by Oceania Rugby Competitions manager Wayne Schuster.

“Our focus this year and our partnership and collaboration with UN women and the Fijian Government is focussed on growing the game and focussed more of our women to participate. That is a very important part of it,” Schuster said.

“We are excited about playing the women’s final for the last match in the competition. We have to provide an equal platform and put our women in the spotlight,” he added.

Source: https://fijisun.com.fj/2017/11/06/oceania-7s-fever/#comments

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Tom Connor headed to Oceania Sevens Championships

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Tom Connor headed to Oceania Sevens Championships

THE Australian men’s sevens squad for the Oceania Sevens Championship has been named, including Shoalhaven product Tom Connor – with eight uncapped players to get their first capped opportunity for Australia when the tournament kicks-off on Friday, November 10.

Connor, who recently represented the Barbarians against the Classic Wallabies team while also currently playing for the Sydney Rays in the National Rugby Championship, will look to add to his one cap at the championships.

Fresh after the Aussie Sevens victory at the Silicon Valley Sevens, head coach Andy Friend has opted to give an opportunity to some of the younger players in the squad, to ensure more game time for all players heading into the start of the HSBC Sevens World Series in Dubai on December 2.

Australia’s victory in the US is now the third tournament in a row that Australia has won.

Assistant Coach, Jarred Hodges will coach the side in Fiji.

“Such is the global nature of Rugby Sevens we have had commitments in America with the Silicon Valley Sevens and the Oceania Sevens in Suva, Fiji,” Australian men’s sevens head coach Andy Friend said.

“With eight guys to get their first cap for Australia, it gives our squad another opportunity to demonstrate the inroads we have been making across our entire squad following on from our success at the Central Coast Sevens.

“It is a massive year for our game and these guys know that we are still looking to secure some tier one contracts to enhance our squad.”

Australia has been placed in Pool C with Tonga and the Solomon Islands and the matches will be streamed live across Oceania Rugby’s digital channels.

“There is some really exciting talent in this group and I’m looking forward to seeing what they do on the park this weekend, in what will be a very challenging competition,” Australian assistant coach Jarred Hodges said.

“Tonga and the Solomon Islands will offer very different styles of Rugby and across the other pools we know that Fiji at home will be very tough as well as New Zealand.”

Australian men’s sevens fixtures:

Friday, November 10

Australia vs Solomon Islands, 2pm AEDT

Australia vs Tonga, 5pm AEDT

Squad: Jeral Skelton, Henry Clunies-Ross, Sam Croke, Brandon Quinn, Matthew Hood, Matthew McTaggart (c), Dylan Pietsch, Tom Connor, Brodie Leber, Daniel Martine, Nicholas Price and Lachlan Miller.

Source: http://www.southcoastregister.com.au/story/5039391/connor-headed-to-oceania-sevens-championships/

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Oceania 7s: Australia teams arrive today

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Oceania 7s: Australia teams arrive today

Update: 3:31PM TWO players from the Inaugural Aon University Sevens Series, Lauren Brown (Griffith University) and Page McGregor (Macquarie University) to be given their first Caps for Australia.

This was after they were named in the Qantas Australian Women’s Sevens Squad for the Oceania Sevens Championship.

Head Coach Tim Walsh has named his strongest possible squad as Australia looks to defend its Oceania Rugby Sevens Championship title, as the team continues to build towards the HSBC Sevens World Series kicking off in Dubai.

The side will arrive with the men’s side today at 6:50pm.

Qantas Australian Women’s Sevens Fixtures, Oceania Sevens: Friday 11 November

Australia v Tonga, 10.00am AEDT

Australia v Samoa, 1.00pm AEDT

Australia v Fiji, 4.00pm AEDT

Source: http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx?id=422909

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Rugby League World Cup: Fiji 72-6 Wales

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Rugby League World Cup: Fiji 72-6 Wales
Rugby League World Cup
Fiji (42) 72
Tries: Vunakece, Vunivalu 3, Raiwalui, Kikau 2, Faingaa, Milne 2, Montoya, Hayne, Nakubuwai, Lovodua Goals: Koroisau 4, Milne 3, Vunivalu
Wales (6) 6
Try: Knowles Goal: Davies

Wales’ hopes of reaching the knockout stages of the World Cup were ended by a 14-try mauling by superb Fiji.

The Pacific Islanders inflicted a record tournament defeat on Wales, scoring eight tries before half-time.

Wales’ only score came in the 10th minute, when St Helens forward Morgan Knowles crossed on his 21st birthday.

Fiji play Italy next as they look to seal top spot in Group D, while John Kear’s team face Ireland as they bid to save face after two heavy defeats.

The margin of the loss surpassed the 50-6 defeat by Papua New Guinea last week, which was Wales’ previous heaviest World Cup defeat.

Wales had no answer to the pace, power and ball-playing skills of Fiji, with Suliasi Vunivalu scoring a hat-trick of tries and 10 different players claiming touchdowns.

The Welsh players travel to Perth for their final match against Ireland, who lost 14-6 against Papua New Guinea.

They will be hoping to win a first match at the World Cup since 2000.

Wales coach John Kear: “Quality told, they were comprehensively better than us. If people play like that against you who are that big and skilful, you’re in bother. And we were in bother.

“The Welsh fans will be disappointed, but they’re not half as disappointed as the players and coaches are because there’s been a lot of work gone in this week and you feel like you’ve been kicked in the rocks to tell you the truth.”

Fiji: Kevin Naiqama (capt), Suliasi Vunivalu, Taane Milne, Akuila Uate, Marcelo Montoya, Jarryd Hayne, Henry Raiwalui, Ashton Sims, Apisai Koroisau, Eloni Vunakece, Viliame Kikau, Salesi Faingaa, Tui Kamikamica, Joe Lovodua, Jacob Saifiti, Junior Roqica, Ben Nakubuwai.

Wales: Elliot Kear, Rhys Williams, Michael Channing, Christiaan Roets, Regan Grace, Courtney Davies, Danny Ansell, Craig Kopczak (capt), Steve Parry, Philip Joseph, Rhodri Lloyd, Joe Burke, Morgan Knowles, Matty Fozard, Matthew Barron, Ben Evans, Dalton Grant.

Referee: Chris Kendall (England).

Source:  bbc.com/sport/rugby-league/41869889

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Fiji vs Wales LIVE stream: How to watch Rugby League World Cup on TV and online

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Fiji vs Wales LIVE stream: How to watch Rugby League World Cup on TV and online

FIJI face Wales in the Rugby League World Cup this morning and here is how you can stay on top of the live action.

Wales could make wholesale changes to their side after their opening 50-6 defeat to Papua New Guinea.

John Kear has been stepping up training sessions to ensure his side don’t suffer a repeat performance.

After a woeful display at Port Moresby, Wales have been training at the hottest time of the day to help them adapt to the conditions.

But Fiji will go into the game as strong favourites after their 58-12 win in their opening game against the US.

They were rampant in that victory, running in 11 tries.

A Wales win would keep their faint hopes alive of facing England in the quarterfinal.

Yet their World Cup troubles are marked by the fact they have not won a game in this tournament since 2000.

How can I watch Fiji vs Wales?

The match kicks off at 8.30am.

If you are unable to watch the match on TV, you can stream the game online on the BBC iPlayer or on the BBC Sport website.

iPlayer requests viewers to confirm they are a TV licence subscriber and may ask you to log in to your BBC account.

The BBC Sport app, available to download for free across Android, iOS and Windows Phone devices, will also carry the live coverage and text commentary.

Fiji: Kevin Naiqama (capt), Suliasi Vunivalu, Taane Milne, Akuila Uate, Marcelo Montoya, Jarryd Hayne, Henry Raiwalui, Ashton Sims, Apisai Koroisau, Eloni Vunakece, Viliame Kikau, Brayden Wiliame, Tui Kamikamica, Joe Lovodua, Jacob Saifiti, Junior Roqica, Ben Nakubuwai, James Storer, Pio Seci, Salesi Faingaa, Sitiveni Moceidreke.

Wales: Elliot Kear, Rhys Williams, Michael Channing, Christiaan Roests, Regan Grace, Courtney Davies, Danny Ansell, Craig Kopczak (capt), Steve Parry, Philip Joseph, Rhodri Lloyd, Joe Burke, Morgan Knowles, Matty Fozard, Matthew Barron, Ben Evans, Dalton Grant, Josh Ralph, Ben Morris, Gavin Bennion, Andrew Gay.

Referee: Chris Kendall (England)

 

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Rugby League World Cup 2017: Scotland 4-50 Tonga

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Rugby League World Cup 2017: Scotland 4-50 Tonga
Scotland (0) 4
Try: Addy
Tonga (38) 50
Tries: Jennings 3, Taumalolo, Manu, Tupou 2, Terepo, Hingano
Goals: Taukeiaho 6, Hingano

Scotland suffered a heavy loss to Tonga in their opening Group B match at the World Cup in Cairns, Australia.

Hull Kingston Rovers’ Danny Addy scored the Scots’ only try but at that point they trailed 38-0 and the Tongans went on to score two more tries.

Despite Steve McCormack’s Bravehearts being ranked fourth in the world, they were outplayed by a team featuring Andrew Fifita and Jason Taumalolo.

Scotland next play New Zealand in Christchurch on Saturday.

They will complete their group matches against Samoa a week later, back at Barlow Park in Cairns.

Three of the four teams in Scotland’s group progress to the quarter-finals, but the sobering result at the hands of Tonga – 11th in the rankings – threatens a longer run for McCormack’s men in their fourth consecutive World Cup finals.

Scotland’s lofty ranking, thanks to their impressive 2016 Four Nations performance, always looked out of kilter after the loss of key players Ryan Brierley, Peter Wallace, Kane Linnett and Lachlan Coote to injury, and against a Tonga team benefiting from defections from two powerful forwards.

Fifita was originally named in the Australia squad but withdrew to pledge his allegiance to Tonga, while Taumalolo rejected New Zealand to join Kristian Woolf’s squad.

Taumalolo scored one of his team’s seven first-half tries, with Michael Jennings, who played seven Tests for Australia, scoring a hat-trick and Sika Manu, Daniel Tupou and Peni Terepo also crossing.

Taumalolo’s try in the 17th minute, as he forced his way through the Scottish defence, made it 12-0 and he used his power to devastating effect at the next set with a run that set up Jennings to score his second try.

Scotland defended well after the break and registered their first points just after the hour when Addy went over but Tupou and Ata Hingano both crossed late on as Tonga finished strongly.

“We were nowhere near good enough,” said McCormack afterwards. “There’s some damaged pride. But we’ll lick our wounds, patch ourselves up and get ready to go next week.

“I’ve got a fantastic bunch of players who are full of resilience and I can’t wait for next week.”

Captain Danny Brough, setting a new Scottish record with his 24th cap, added: “They came down the middle with strong and powerful running. In the World Cup you can’t give a team as much respect as we did.

“We know they are great players individually and they proved it tonight collectively. But I don’t think we showed up and proved how good we are, and that’s the most disappointing thing.

“We will be better next week. I don’t think we can be much worse than that.”

Coach Woolf, when asked if Tonga could win the World Cup, responded: “It’s a difficult question. Scotland are not going to be a real challenger in the World Cup judging by tonight’s performance.

“But the level goes up next week [against Samoa, who lost 38-8 to New Zealand on Saturday] and we will find out about ourselves then.”

Scotland: K Bentley, Brough, Kavanagh, Russell, Ferguson, Douglas, Hellewell, Tierney, Addy, Mariano, Oakes, Bell, Stein.

Interchanges: J Walker, Phillips, Brooks, A Bentley.

Tonga: Vatuvei, Taukeiaho, Lolohea, Fifita, Tupou, Hopoate, Hurrell, Havili, Jennings, Ma’u, Taumalolo, Manu, Hingano.

Interchanges: Katoa, Terepo, Murdoch-Masila, Moa.

You can follow the fortunes of your favourite team with live match notifications sent straight to your phone or tablet via the BBC Sport app. Line-up, kick-off, score, half-time and full-time options are available for all teams participating at the World Cup.

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Rugby League World Cup live coverage Saturday triple header

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Rugby League World Cup live coverage Saturday triple header

AUSTRALIA started their World Cup campaign with a gritty 18-4 win over England and Saturday sees another six teams have their first shot.

Papua New Guinea have joined them in the winner’s circle with a thumping win over Wales.

New Zealand have done likewise, blitzing Samoa 38-8 in Auckland.

Rounding out the Super Saturday, Fiji routed the USA in Townsville.

See how all the action unfolded in our rolling Rugby League World Cup blog below.

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That’s it from us today, we’ll see you for the three games tomorrow. PNG run this tournament.

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WORLD CUP WRAP

So, we did it. Three games in the bag, seven hours of rugby league action. I feel alive again.

Here’s all the info from today’s matches.

PNG have put 50 on Wales in a dominant display in Port Moresby – but a biting allegation has marred the record-breaking performance: http://bit.ly/2hhDeDl

New Zealand sparkled at times in a 38-8 win over Samoa with Shaun Johnson and Nelson Asofa-Solomona the stars: http://bit.ly/2gImkNk

Fiji have breezed past Fiji 58-12 in Townsville and look like they’ll cruise to the knockout stages: http://bit.ly/2xw9uss

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FULLTIME: FIJI 58 USA 12

A good performance from Fiji, albeit one where they took the foot off the gas a little.

The NRL performers meant the Bati were a class above from the jump – Kevin Naiqama was excellent early while Aku Uate was the best player on the field.

The Americans tried hard, but were out matched – managing to land two tries was a fine effort for the Hawks.

Joe Eichner, a Toronto Wolfpack alumn, was their best as he ripped off a number of crunching tackles.

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Kevin Naiqama is down and getting some attention on an ankle injury. 90 seconds left, USA ball on their own 10 metre line.

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72nd minute: VAIVAI GETS ACROSS

The USA have their second! Mark Offerdahl nearly gets over, pulls off a quick play the ball and Tui Samoa fires a pass out to Junior Vaivai, who crosses in the corner. Fair play to the USA, they’ve given this the good old college try. Faraimo nails it from touch, great kick, Fiji lead 58-12.

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65th minute: RAIWALUI CROSSES

Kikau makes a bust down the right edge, draws the fullback and gives it to Raiwalui, who races away to score next to the posts. Milne boots it over and Fiji lead 58-6.

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63rd minute: VUNI GETS ANOTHER

Milne latches onto an intercept from about 20 metres out and finds Vunivalu, who charges over a couple of USA defenders to score. Milne misses the kick from the sideline, Fiji lead 52-6.

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Naiqama lets another hattrick chance go begging – utility Joe Lovodua gives it Milne, gets it back and finds Kamikamica. The big man strides into open pasture and Naiqama knocks on an easy pass.

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59th minute: WILD BILL CRASHES OVER

Viliame Kikau crashes through a couple of defenders close to the line and scores. The sting has gone out of the game, but the USA are still toiling away. Taane Milne converts, Fiji lead 48-6.

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USA get a couple of sets on the Fiji line and nearly plunge over before getting a penalty. From the tap, David Marando knocks on.

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Good shot from Eichner on Kikau forces an error. Fiji have gotten a little sloppy but the USA are working hard.

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Naiqama nearly gets three! Same deal as his first, just on the other side of the field – long ball from Hayne, centre kick from Montoya, but Naiqama couldn’t claim it.

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45th minute: HAYNE PLANE TAKES OFF

Uate slices through from deep in his own half and Hayne backs up to score under the posts, Koroisau converts, Fiji lead 44-6

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Second half underway.

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HALFTIME: FIJI 38 USA 6

This could have been a lot worse – the USA have lifted in the back half of the first stanza and when they get a little bit of ball they do look like they can do some stuff. But Fiji are just a class above.

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So close. USA get the ball back from a Fiji error, Freed puts a kick in, Naiqama doesn’t get there in time and Vaivai swoops on the ball to run away to score. If given, it would have been one of the tries of the tournament. But Vaivai had left the field of play and didn’t put his foot inside the lines before regathering – a weird and little used rule. No try.

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34th minute: VUNIVALU STRAIGHT UP THE GUTS

Naiqama nearly gets away with a good run up the middle, then Vunivalu picks it up from dummy half and runs around Makleith to score. Koroisau converts, Fiji lead 36-6.

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29th minute: KEV GETS ANOTHER

Naiqama gets his second, ducks out of dummy half on the last tackle and brushes past some feeble tackling to score. Koroisau converts, Fiji lead 32-6.

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USA save a try with a good cover tackle on Marcelo Montoya, the boys are practically dominating.

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21st minute: USA BREAK THE DROUGHT

Good on ya lads – with America’s first attack in Fiji’s quarter they score through Mark Shipway! The backrower shows good footwork to beat a couple and slam the ball down. They’re dancing in the streets of Los Angeles. Faraimo converts, Fiji lead 26-6.

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Broken wrist for Kane Evans, that’s the end of the tournament for him. He’ll join Korbin Sims on the sidelines.

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16th minute: EVANS GETS ONE

Fiji score again. I can’t remember the last time the USA had the ball. Evans runs a good line on the inside of Jarryd Hayne for the try. Evans is coming from the field with a wrist injury. Koroisau converts, Fiji lead 26-0.

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USA give away a penalty on the first tackle. Come on fellas.

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13th minute: UATE DANCES OVER

Off a little bit of broken play Uate beats two and scores. This is……ominous. Koroisau misses and Fiji lead 20-0

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USA kick it out on the full. They haven’t had the ball over halfway yet.

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9th minute: MILNE GETS ANOTHER

Oh man. On the last tackle Taane Milne runs onto a pass from Brayden Williame and scores his second. This one is already getting ugly. Koroisau nails it, Fiji lead 16-0

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7th minute: NAQIAMA DOTS DOWN

The tries are already coming thick and fast. Fiji spread down the right again, Milne kicks it back inside to a trailing Naiqama to score a spectacular try. Koroisau nails it, Fiji lead 10-0.

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2nd minute: MILNE CRASHES OVER

Fiji’s first set ended in a bomb that the USA knock on. From the scrum win Vunivalu gets a shot at the line, gets pulled down in a great one on one tackle an throws a super offload inside for Taane Milne to score in the corner. Koroisau’s kick is wide, FIJI LEAD 4-0

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Anthems in the books, now comes the Fijian prayer

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Next up we’ve got Fiji vs the USA up in Townsville, that’ll kick off in about 20 minutes.

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FULL TIME: NEW ZEALAND 38 SAMOA 8

Samoa get another one right on fulltime, Joe Paulo dived on a Joey Leilua kick.

A good performance from New Zealand, one of their best under David Kidwell. Shaun Johnson, Nelson Asofa-Solomona and Kodi Nikorima were their best.

The Ken Maumalo error that led to the Brad Takairangi try really took the wind out of Samoa’s sails and they were starved of possession and field position in the second half. Bringing in Nu Brown in the halves and changing up some of the forward rotations will put them in good stead for next weekend’s blockbuster against Tonga.

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71ST MINUTE: NASTY NAS IN YA AREA

Well that was something! Nelson Asofa-Solomona looked to brought down a couple of metres from the line but the big fella managed to stretch riiiiiiight out and put it down. He might be the only player in the world tall enough to have scored that. Johnson converts and NZ lead 38-4

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67TH MINUTE: RTS TRY

Kodi Nikorima uses his speed to get on the outside of Ben Roberts, he bursts into the clear, draws the fullback and finds Tuivasa-Sheck, who races 40 metres to score. Nikorima has grown into the match as its gone on.

Johnson converts and New Zealand lead 32-6.

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Samoa get some good field position for the first time in an age following two good runs from Paulo and Ah Mau. Roberts nearly puts Afoa over the line and the Warriors youngster pops a silly offload that was never going to find the mark.

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There’s a streaker! He seems to have lifted everyone’s spirits.

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Play is back underway, but understandably a lot of the sting has gone out of the game.

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Beale is still down. This injury looks extremely serious.

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Gerard Beale has gone down out of nowhere and looks to be in real trouble.

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Springboks vs Wallabies Live South Africa v Australia Rugby Live Streaming (Aus v RSA)

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Springboks vs Wallabies Live South Africa v Australia Rugby Live Streaming (Aus v RSA)

South Africa v Australia Rugby Preview 30 Sep 2017: On 30 Sept 2017 Watch Springboks vs Wallabies live Rugby streaming game. South Africa vs Australia Rugby free online Kiwis Rugby TV apps for PC, iPad, iPhone, Mac, Android . 2017 Investec Rugby Championship tournament will start on 16 September 2017 – 7 October 2017 , featuring Argentina, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand.

 

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Watch Springboks vs Wallabies Rugby Stream

AUS v RSA Rugby | 30th September 2017

[ Live streaming links for Wallabies vs Springboks Rugby will be available 15 minutes before the start of fourth tour game on 30th Sept 2017 starting at around …..]

 

Join the All Blacks in Sydney as they take on Australia for the Championship Rugby of 2017.South Africa аnd Australia аrе two оf thе world’s largest rugby teams, ѕо whеn thеу play, еvеrуоnе takes note. However, thе Springboks аѕ thе South African team іѕ popularly knоwn hаѕ аn edge оvеr thе Australia team. In thе lаѕt fіvе matches, South Africa hаѕ won 2 аnd drew оnе match аgаіnѕt Australia. That’s quіtе аn impressive record. Evеn іf уоu wеrе tо gо bасk іn history, South Africa ѕtіll hаѕ а bеttеr record оf 1525 accumulated points аgаіnѕt Australia’s 1312 іn аll thе games thеу hаvе played ѕіnсе 1933. That’s nоt tо ѕау thаt Australia іѕ weak! In thеіr lаѕt fіvе meetings, South Africa hаѕ оnlу won аt home аnd оnlу managed а draw іn Perth Australia.

South Africa v Australia Rugby Winning percentage

Thе Springboks boost оf thеіr higher level оf wins аgаіnѕt thе Australian team wіth thеіr winning rate standing аt 32%. However, South Africa саnnоt afford tо rest оn thеіr laurels gіvеn thаt thеу hаvе оftеn struggled аgаіnѕt thе Wallabies іn mоѕt оf thе matches thеу hаvе played іn Australia. Fоr example, іn thеіr lаѕt fіvе meetings, South Africa jungle managed two wins at home, and scrambled fоr а draw іn thеіr lаѕt meeting іn Perth. But ѕtіll statistics don’t lie, South Africa іѕ ѕtіll thе bеttеr team. Australia nееdѕ tо win а couple оf matches іf thеу wеrе tо match thе Springboks.

Wallabies Squad : Line Up: Forwards – Allan Alaalatoa, Rory Arnold, Adam Coleman, Jack Dempsey, Tetera Faulkner, Ned Hanigan, Michael Hooper (captain), Sekope Kepu, Sean McMahon, Stephen Moore, Tatafu Polota-Nau, Tom Robertson, Izack Rodda, Rob Simmons, Scott Sio, Lopeti Timani, Lukhan Tui, Jordan Uelese.

Springboks Squad : Line Up: Malcolm Marx,Bongi Mbonambi,Chiliboy Ralepelle,Ruan Dreyer,Lizo Gqoboka,Steven Kitshoff,Wilco Louw ,Trevor Nyakane,Coenie Oosthuizen,Lood de Jager,Pieter-Steph du Toit,Eben Etzebeth (c),Franco Mostert,Jean-Luc du Preez,Siya Kolisi,Jaco Kriel,Francois Louw,Oupa Mohojé,Uzair Cassiem,Dan du Preez,Ross Cronjé,Francois Hougaard,Rudy Paige,Louis Schreuder,Jano Vermaak,Curwin Bosch,Elton Jantjies,Handré Pollard,Damian de Allende,Jesse Kriel,Jan Serfontein,Francois Venter,Dillyn Leyds,S’busiso Nkosi,Raymond Rhule

30 Sep 2017 match schedule

Thе Springboks аrе set tо meet thе Wallabies оn thе 30th оf September 2017 аt thе Free State Stadium іn Bloemfontein stadium, South Africa. Thіѕ match wіll bе part оf thе 2017 Rugby Championship. Thіѕ wіll bе а mаkе оr break match tо determine whо thе bеttеr team bеtwееn thе twо is. Thе fіrѕt rоund оf thіѕ match ended іn а draw оn thе 9th оf September. Thе 2017 Rugby championship іѕ played bоth home аnd away, аnd іn thе Australian rоund thе match ended 23-23. Yоu саn expect bоth teams tо give thеіr bеѕt push, wіth South Africa’s Brian Habana bеіng thе man tо watch. Catch thіѕ match аt 17:05 GMT+2.

Live stream channels bу Country

If уоu can’t wait tо watch thе 2nd rоund оf South Africa v Australia, hеrе іѕ whеrе уоu саn watch thе game live frоm уоur country.

United States TV

Yоu саn catch thіѕ game live оn ESPN. Yоu nееd tо pay tо watch thіѕ game live vіа ESPN оn T.V. Yоu mау аlѕо choose tо stream іt vіа thе ESPN website. Visit espn.com fоr details.

United Kingdom TV

Watch thіѕ game live оn Sky sports оr оn ESPN U.K.

Australia TV

Catch thіѕ match live оn Fox Sports Australia.

South Africa TV

Catch thіѕ game live оn Super Sport vіа DSTV.

Nеw Zealand TV

Catch thіѕ game live оn Sky Sports

South Africa v Australia 2017 Rugby championship 1st rоund highlights

Thіѕ wаѕ а tough game fоr bоth sides, but thе Wallabies hаd аn upper hand thrоughоut thе game. Beale аnd Polota Nau wеrе оn point аѕ Australia tооk аn early lead. But thе Springboks dіd nоt tаkе іt lying down. Thеу fought bасk wіth Kriel аnd Marx scoring trіеѕ tо tаkе thе game tо 20-20. Jantjies аnd Foley converted penalties fоr thе Springbok еndіng thе game аt 23-23. Thе Springboks wеrе оn fire іn thе lаtеr part оf thе game, аnd hаd іt extended fоr а fеw mоrе minutes, thе wallabies wоuld hаvе lost it, dеѕріtе thеіr early lead.

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10+ Best Free Rugby Live Streaming Providers Websites List Test

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10+ Best Free Rugby Live Streaming Providers Websites List Test

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