2002 Fiji rugby union tour of British Isles

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2002 Fiji tour in Wales Ireland and Scotland
Type P W D L
Total: 4 0 0 4
Test match: 3 0 0 3
Opp. P W D L
 Wales 1 0 0 1
 Ireland 1 0 0 1
 Scotland 1 0 0 1
Statistics against Test match opponents

The 2002 Fiji rugby union tour of Europe was a series of matches played in November 2002 in Wales Ireland and Scotland by Fiji national rugby union team.

Results[edit]

Against Wales[1][2][edit]

9 November 2002
 Wales 58–14  Fiji
Try: Charvis, M. Jones 2
Parker, G. Thomas
GR Williams, 1 penalty try
Con: Harris, S. Jones 3
Pen: S. Jones 5
Try: Lasagavibau, Serevi
Con: Little, Serevi
Millennium, Cardiff
Attendance: 34,000
Referee: Stuart Dickinson Australia

Wales: 15.Rhys Williams, 14.Mark Jones, 13.Tom Shanklin, 12.Sonny Parker, 11.Gareth Thomas, 10.Stephen Jones, 9.Dwayne Peel, 8.Colin Charvis (capt.), 7.Martyn Williams, 6.Dafydd Jones, 5.Gareth Llewellyn, 4.Robert Sidoli, 3.Ben Evans, 2.Mefin Davies, 1.Iestyn Thomas, – replacements: 17.Martyn Madden, 18.Steve Williams, 19.Richard Parks, 21.Iestyn Harris, 22.Jamie RobinsonNo entry : 16.Andrew Lewis, 20.Ryan Powell
Fiji: 15.Joseph Narruhn, 14.Fero Lasagavibau, 13.Seru Rabeni, 12.Seremaia Baikeinuku Temporarily suspended, 11.Norman Ligairi, 10.Nicky Little, 9.Jacob Rauluni, 8.Alfi Mocelutu Vuivau, 7.Alifereti Doviverata, 6.Seta Tawake Naivaluwaqa, 5.Simon Raiwalui, 4.Apenisa Naevo, 3.Billy Cavubati, 2.Greg Smith (capt.), 1.Richard Nyholt, – replacements: 19.Sisa Koyamaibole, 20.Sami Rabaka Nasagavesi, 21.Epeli Ruivadra, 22.Waisale SereviNo entry: 16.Bill Gadolo, 17.Paula Biutanaseva, 18.Isaia Rasila

Against Ireland[3][4][edit]

17 November 2002
 Ireland 64–17  Fiji
Try: Bishop, Dawson
Foley, Maggs 3
Murphy 2, O'Driscoll
Con: Humphreys 5
Pen: Humphreys 3
Try: Tries Doviverata, Narruhn
Con: Little, Serevi
Pen: Little

Ireland: 15.Geordan Murphy, 14.Shane Horgan, 13.Brian O'Driscoll (capt.), 12.Kevin Maggs, 11.Justin Bishop, 10.David Humphreys, 9.Guy Easterby, 8.Anthony Foley, 7.Kieron Dawson, 6.Alan Quinlan, 5.Malcolm O'Kelly, 4.Leo Cullen, 3.John Hayes, 2.Frank Sheahan, 1.Marcus Horan, – replacements: 17.Reggie Corrigan, 18.Mick O'Driscoll, 19.Eric Miller, 22.Gordon D'ArcyNo entry : 16.Shane Byrne, 20.Peter Stringer, 21.Ronan O'Gara
Fiji: 15.Waisale Serevi, 14.Fero Lasagavibau, 13.Viliame Satala, 12.Seremaia Baikeinuku, 11.Norman Ligairi, 10.Nicky Little, 9.Jacob Rauluni, 8.Sisa Koyamaibole, 7.Alifereti Doviverata, 6.Alfi Mocelutu Vuivau, 5.Simon Raiwalui, 4.Apenisa Naevo, 3.Billy Cavubati, 2.Greg Smith (capt.), 1.Richard Nyholt, – replacements: 18.Ifereimi Rawaqa, 19.Seta Tawake Naivaluwaqa, 20.Sami Rabaka Nasagavesi, 21.Joseph NarruhnNo entry: 16.Paula Biutanaseva, 17.Isaia Rasila, 22.Isaac Mow

Against Scotland "A"[5][edit]

21 November 2002
 Scotland A 45–29  Fiji XV

Against Scotland[6][7][edit]

24 November 2002
 Scotland 36–22  Fiji
Try: Craig 3, Grimes
Laney
Con: Laney
Pen: Laney 3
Try: Ligairi, Naevo
Pen: Narruhn 4
Murrayfield, Edinburgh
Attendance: 37,000
Referee: Mark Lawrence South Africa

Scotland: Ben Hinshelwood, 14.Nikki Walker, 13.Andy Craig, 12.Brendan Laney, 11.Chris Paterson, 10.Gregor Townsend, 9.Bryan Redpath(capt), 8.Tom Smith, 7.Gordon Bulloch, 6.Bruce Douglas, 5.Jason White, 4.Simon Taylor, 3.Stuart Grimes, 2.Budge Pountney, 1.Jon Petrie, – replacements: 16.Steve Scott, 18.Nathan Hines, 19.Martin Leslie Temporarily suspended, 20.Graeme Beveridge, 21.Gordon Ross, 22.Stuart MoffatNo entry : 17.Dave Hilton
Fiji: 15.Atonio Nariva, 14.Fero Lasagavibau, 13.Epeli Ruivadra, 12.Seremaia Baikeinuku, 11.Norman Ligairi, 10.Joseph Narruhn, 9.Jacob Rauluni, 8.Seta Tawake Naivaluwaqa, 7.Alfi Mocelutu Vuivau, 6.Sisa Koyamaibole Temporarily suspended, 5.Simon Raiwalui, 4.Apenisa Naevo, 3.Billy Cavubati, 2.Greg Smith Temporarily suspended, 1.Isaia Rasila, – replacements: 17.Bill Gadolo, 18.Kele Leawere, 19.Emori Katalau, 20.Waisale Serevi, 21.Viliame Satala No entry: 16.Paula Biutanaseva, 22.Isaac Mow


References[edit]

  1. ^ "Wales 58 – 14 Fiji". The Guardian. 10 November 2002. Retrieved 15 May 2013. 
  2. ^ "Wales v Fiji at Millennium Stadium, Nov 9, 2002". ESPN Scrum. 17 November 2002. Retrieved 29 May 2013. 
  3. ^ "Ireland 64 – 17 Fiji". The Guardian. 18 November 2002. Retrieved 15 May 2013. 
  4. ^ "Ireland v Fiji at Lansdowne Road, Nov 17, 2002". ESPN Scrum. 17 November 2002. Retrieved 29 May 2013. 
  5. ^ "Fiji Vs Scotland A". FijI Rugby Union. Retrieved 15 May 2013. 
  6. ^ "Scotland 36 – 22 Fiji". The Guardian. 24 November 2002. Retrieved 15 May 2013. 
  7. ^ "Scotland v Fiji at Murrayfield, Nov 24, 2002". ESPN Scrum. 24 November 2002. Retrieved 29 May 2013. 

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