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15 Norman Ligairi, 14 Mosese Luveitasau, 13 Epeli Ruivadra, 12 Seru Rabeni, 11 Rupeni Caucau, 10 Seremaia Bai, 9 Seveci Taka, 8 Alifereti Doviverata, 7 Aca Ratuva, 6 Ifereimi Rawaqa, 5 Simon Raiwalui (captain), 4 Isoa Domolailai, 3 Apisai Nagi, 2 Sunia Koto, 1 Josese Bale.
Replacements : 16 Joeli Lotawa, 17 Ravuama Samo, 18 Netani Talei, 19 Akapusi Qera, 20 Emosi Vucago, 21 Josevata Tora, 22 Kameli Ratuvou

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15 Sosene Anesi, 14 Anthony Tuitavake, 13 Niva Ta'auso, 12 Cameron McIntyre, 11 Caleb Ralph (vice-captain), 10 Stephen Donald, 9 Jamie Nutbrown, 8 Nick Williams, 7 Josh Blackie, 6 Steven Bates, 5 Bernie Upton, 4 Tom Donnelly, 3 John Afoa, 2 Corey Flynn (captain), 2 Saimone Taumoepeau.
Replacements : 16 Campbell Johnstone, 17 Wyatt Crockett, 18 Hoani MacDonald, 19 Johnny Leo'o, 20 Kevin Senio, 21 Tamati Ellison, 22 Viliame Waqaseduadua

Date : Saturday, June 3
Kick-off : 15:00 (03:00 GMT)
Venue : Post Fiji Stadium, Suva
Referee : Craig Joubert (South Africa)
Assessor : Sandy MacNeill (Australia)

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Junior All Blacks defeat Fiji

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The Junior All Blacks have beaten Fiji 35-17 in this afternoon's Pacific Nations rugby tournament in Suva.

They have scored four tries to Fiji's two, with Nick Williams, Josh Blackie, Cameron McIntyre and Johnny Leo'o all dotting down for the All Black side.

Rupeni Caucaunibuca and Aca Ratuva scored for Fiji.

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Juniors master Fiji in Pacific Five Nations opener

Saturday June 3, 2006 5.55 pm

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The Junior All Blacks made a mockery of their name to beat Fiji 35-17 in the opening match of the inaugural Pacific Five Nations rugby series today.
There was nothing subservient about the New Zealand side, who kicked into gear in the third quarter to confirm the result well out from the finish at Suva, Fiji.
Ahead just 13-10 at the interval, the Junior All Blacks took just 12 minutes to pile on another 17 points following tries to workaholic flanker Josh Blackie and midfield back Cameron McIntyre.
Both were the ultimate result of counter-attacks after the tourists first succeeded in turning back the dangerous Fijians, then caught them desperately short of numbers at the other end of the field.
Blackie was gifted an easy run to the line after wing Caleb Ralph stepped around a ruck to pick up the ball, then McIntyre jogged over the tryline after the Juniors bounded up the right-hand touchline with a series of clever inter-passing.
During this period second five-eighth McIntyre landed both conversions and added a 48m penalty for good measure as the Junior All Blacks established a 30-10 advantage with 28 minutes remaining.
The match lost its shape to a certain degree after that and some among the 20,000-strong crowd had seen enough by the time the Juniors added to the scoreline when replacement flanker Johnny Leo'o scored in the 73rd minute.
Excitement machine Rupeni Caucaunibuca brought those remaining to their feet almost immediately after that when the classy Fijian wing ghosted 40m up the middle of the field to score near the goalposts.
The game had not started so promisingly for the Junior All Blacks, who conceded a try in just the fifth minute when flanker Aca Ratuva was driven over the line from a lineout.
A penalty to first five-eighth Stephen Donald followed in the 11th minute before the New Zealanders went ahead thanks to No 8 Nick Williams, who muscled his way through four defenders after detaching from the scrum closer to the line.
There was much interest in Caucaunibuca, playing his first match for his country since 2003 after Fijian officials lifted a 12-month ban imposed on the player last August for failing to attend a training camp.
The Juniors did an admirable job to largely keep Caucaunibuca quiet, although he made his presence felt with his late try and was only denied another by the unhelpful ounce of the ball when he chipped the opposition.
Blackie got himself about a lot to help dampen down the hot spots which always threatened to ignite in the Fijian backline, while hooker Corey Flynn and Williams worked long and hard.
The Juniors' next match in the series is against Samoa at Albany on Friday night.
The series involves the Junior All Blacks, Fiji, Tonga, Samoa and Japan.
Tonga and Japan play the second match of the series at Fukuoka tomorrow.

Junior All Blacks 35 (Nick Williams, Josh Blackie, Cameron McIntyre, Johnny Leo'o tries; Stephen Donald 2 pen, con, McIntyre pen, 2 con)
Fiji 17 (Aca Ratuva, Rupeni Caucaunibuca tries; Seremaia Bai pen, 2 con).
HT: 13-10.

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Première pour les Juniors All Blacks

Les Juniors All Blacks ont ouvert le tout nouveau tournoi, le Pacific Five Nations, par une victoire sur les Iles Fidji 35-17 à Suva.
Ce tournoi regroupe la Nouvelle-Zélande, les îles Fidji, Tonga, Samoa et le Japon
Dans un stade remplie à ras bord (20 000 personnes), les Juniors ont inscrit quatre essais par Nick Williams, Josh Blackie, Cameron McIntyre, et Johnny Leo´o.
Pour son retour en équipe fidjienne, Rupeni Caucaunibuca a marqué un essai même s'il a été bien contenu par la défense néo-zélandaise
Demain, le Japon entraîné par Jean-Pierre Elissalde accueille les îles Tonga à Fukuoka.

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Junior ABs wear out Fiji in Suva
Saturday June 03 2006
Caucaunibuca seals return with a magic try


The Junior All Blacks opened the inaugural Pacific Five Nations tournament with a well-taken 35-17 victory over Fiji in Suva on Saturday.
But the Fijians shouldn't take defeat too badly, they were just three points adrift at the break to a side whose name belies their real identity.
These boys aren't fresh-faced rookies; call the likes of Steven Bates and John Afoa 'junior' and gauge the response. Reuben Thorne, the man who lead the All Blacks to the last Rugby World Cup, is a squad member!
But we digress, back to Suva we go.
Fiji openside flank Aca Ratuva give the home side an ideal start with a try in the fourth minute, crashing over the line in the wake of a well-worked line-out.
Auckland Blues No.8 Nick Williams responded with the only other try of the opening spell when he went blind off a scrum and used his immense strength to burrow over.
The hosts lost their grip on the guests in the third quarter of the game - a period in which the Junior ABs added 17 points to their first-half tally.
The 12-minute blitz included well-worked tries from tireless flank Josh Blackie and centre Cameron McIntyre.
Both were the ultimate result of counter-attacks after the tourists first succeeded in turning back the dangerous Fijians, then caught them desperately short of numbers at the other end of the field.
The match lost its shape to a certain degree after that and some among the 20,000-strong crowd had seen enough by the time the Juniors added to the scoreline when replacement flank Johnny Leo'o scored in the 73rd minute.
But one Fijian national was not about to throw in the towel.
Agen flyer Rupeni Caucaunibuca celebrated his return from imposed exile - and topped off a fine display - by creating space in the middle of the field before ghosted through a number of challenges to score near the goalposts.
Fiji's next match in the Pacific Five Nations will be against Tonga next Saturday in Gosford, Australia. The Junior All Blacks will host Samoa in North Harbour on Friday.

The scorers :

For Fiji :
Tries : Ratuva, Caucaunibuca
Con : Bai 2
Pens : Bai

For the Junior All Blacks :
Tries : Williams, Blackie, McIntyre, Leo'o
Cons : Donald, McIntyre 2
Pens : Donald 2, McIntyre

Fiji : 15 Norman Ligairi, 14 Mosese Luveitasau, 13 Epeli Ruivadra, 12 Seru Rabeni, 11 Rupeni Caucau, 10 Seremaia Bai, 9 Seveci Taka, 8 Alifereti Doviverata, 7 Aca Ratuva, 6 Ifereimi Rawaqa, 5 Simon Raiwalui (captain), 4 Isoa Domolailai, 3 Apisai Nagi, 2 Sunia Koto, 1 Josese Bale.
Replacements: 16 Joeli Lotawa, 17 Ravuama Samo, 18 Netani Talei, 19 Akapusi Qera, 20 Emosi Vucago, 21 Josevata Tora, 22 Kameli Ratuvou.

Junior All Blacks : 15 Sosene Anesi, 14 Anthony Tuitavake, 13 Niva Ta'auso, 12 Cameron McIntyre, 11 Caleb Ralph (vice-captain), 10 Stephen Donald, 9 Jamie Nutbrown, 8 Nick Williams, 7 Josh Blackie, 6 Steven Bates, 5 Bernie Upton, 4 Tom Donnelly, 3 John Afoa, 2 Corey Flynn (captain), 2 Saimone Taumoepeau.
Replacements: 16 Campbell Johnstone, 17 Wyatt Crockett, 18 Hoani MacDonald, 19 Johnny Leo'o, 20 Kevin Senio, 21 Tamati Ellison, 22 Viliame Waqaseduadua.

Referee : Craig Joubert (South Africa)
Assessor : Sandy MacNeill (Australia)

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Forward play ... lock Isoa Domolailai about to offload to Netani Talei with Ifereimi Rawaqa in support yesterday in Suva

The national rugby side floundered against a fit Junior All Blacks side 35-17 at the Post Fiji Stadium yesterday.
The Kiwis opened the IRB Five Nations Championship with a bonus point win, scoring four tries to two at a packed Laucala bowl.
The conditions were ideal cool sunny afternoon and firm underfoot.
The Flying Fijians started the scoring and ended it but inside the 80 minutes, the Junior All Blacks dominated with their superior fitness, with players coming from 14 weeks of super rugby.
The Kiwi mauls were strong and they stole a couple of Fiji lineouts but the hosts resisted with strong covering tackles by inside centre Seru Rabeni and wing Rupeni Caucau.
The game slipped from Fiji's grasp in the second half as fitness slumped.
Flanker Aca Ratuva opened the scoring three minutes into the game from a good lineout take by Fiji five metres out.
Seremaia Bai's conversion had Fiji 7-0 up and hopes soared but those in the know about the physical state of the teams were waiting for what the black tide would whip up.
Bai made it 7-0 with his conversion but Chiefs first-five Steven Donald kicked a penalty after Fiji was offside 24 metres out to make it 7-3.
Fifteen minutes into the first quarter No.8 Nick Williams powered his way through the Fiji defence on the short side of a five-metre scrum for the first Kiwi try. Donald converted and exchanged penalties with Bai before halftime. Fiji's best effort was seen in the first half. The Kiwis dominated the second 40 when Fiji fell into disarray.
Otago looseman Josh Blackie struck three minutes into the second half with the Kiwis' second try against the run of play, from their 22-metre after Caucau infiltrated but was swamped by the cover which countered the opposite way.
Inside centre Cameron McIntyre converted Blackie's try to make it 20-10 and added a penalty before he finished a Kiwi romp with a try which he converted to make it 30-10. Replacement Jonny Leo'o gave them a bonus point with a try in the last quarter but then Caucau punched in for a try that sent fans home in a lighter mood. His try was a reward for trying hard for 75 minutes against a tight defence.
The penalty count was against Fiji 12-4, three of which were turned into points by Donald and McIntyre. Junior All Blacks coach Colin Cooper said their defence was good.
"We didn't give Fiji space, knowing they have speed. We attacked the ball on the ground to stop continuity and that's what we've been doing in the Super 14. Fiji is a fantastic team and I would love to coach them one day," Cooper said.
Fiji coach Wayne Pivac said the better team won.
"There were so many turnovers. Fitness disappeared during the game and resulted in us making many mistakes. We had numbers in the backs and need to work on what went wrong," said Pivac.
Fiji plays Tonga on Saturday in Australia and the Junior All Blacks meet Samoa on Friday.

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