Pacific Rugby Cup: Reds A Edge Fiji Warriors For Opening Win

Reds Media Release - Queensland Reds A secured a hard-fought 22-19 win over the Fiji Warriors in their second game of the IRB Pacific Rugby Cup at Ballymore today. The Reds outscored the Fijians four tries to three, and solid defence in the first half saw the Queenslanders keep the visitors scoreless at halftime, 5-nil. Reds A coach Peter Wilkins was happy with the performance and believed the team delivered a much more structured performance than in their opening round loss to Force A. “We’re really pleased to get the win, that was important for us as a team,” Wilkins said. “The team had to win the game from a difficult position, which shows a lot of character and ability within the squad. “Structurally, our forwards were better. We asked for more width and depth from them, and we had really good direction and leadership
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