Sevens – Hong Kong: Back-to-Back Fiji Break Welsh Hearts

by Paul Cook - Fiji have picked up their second Cup win of the 2012/13 World Sevens Series with a dramatic come from behind victory over first time finalists, Wales. Trailing 19-0 at half-time, the Pacific Islanders roused themselves for a second half revival and scored 23 unanswered points to become the first country to claim two Cup victories this season. The win moved them into second place on the series ladder behind New Zealand, whom they beat in the semi-final and who are fast becoming Fiji’s ‘bunnies’, despite their lofty position in the Sevens game. The two nations have played each other four times in this year’s series, with Fiji now holding a 3-1 lead and averaging 25pts per game against the reigning series champions. If they can improve their consistency across the remaining three tournaments, they look like being the one side w
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