2003 Fiji rugby union tours

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2003 Fiji tour in Varios
Type P W D L
Total: 8 6 0 2
Test match: 2 1 0 1
Opp. P W D L
 Argentina 1 0 0 1
 Chile 1 1 0 0
Statistics against Test match opponents

The 2003 Fiji rugby union tours were two series of matches played between June ad August 2003 in Australia, New Zealand and South America by Fiji national rugby union team.

The matches were played in two different period: in June in Australia (no test match) and in August in New Zealand (no test) and South America (two full international match)

In Australia[edit]

29 June 2003
Queensland A 24–31  Fiji XV

In New Zealand[edit]

3 August 2003
Canterbury Dev. XV 17–46  Fiji XV
6 August 2003
Canterbury Dev. XV 38–41  Fiji XV
9 August 2003
Marlborough 12–75  Fiji XV

In South America[edit]

13 August 2003
 Uruguay 3–24  Fiji XV
18 August 2003
 Argentina 49–30  Fiji
Try: Durand, Fernandez Miranda
Roncero 2, Scelzo 2
Stortoni
Con: Fernandez Miranda 4
Pen: Fernandez Miranda 2
Try: Caucaunibuca, Koyamaibole
Tuilevu Kurimudu
Con: Little 2, Serevi
Pen: Little 3
Chateau Carreras, Córdoba
Referee: Chris White England

Argentina: Bernardo Stortoni, 14.Hernan Senillosa, 13.Manuel Contepomi, 12.Martin Gaitan, 11.Ignacio Corleto, 10.Juan Fernandez Miranda, 9.Matias Albina, 8.Rodrigo Roncero, 7.Federico Mendez Azpillaga, 6.Martin Scelzo, 5.Mariano Sambucetti, 4.Santiago Phelan Temporarily suspended, 3.Rimas Alvarez Kairelis, 2.Martin Schusterman, 1.Gonzalo Longo (capt), – replacements: Martin Durand, Pedro Sporleder, Mauricio ReggiardoNo entry : Agustin Pichot, Gonzalo Quesada, Jose Orengo
Fiji: 15.Norman Ligairi, 14.Sekove Leawere, 13.Aisea Tuilevu Kurimudu, 12.Seru Rabeni, 11.Rupeni Caucaunibuca, 10.Nicky Little, 9.Moses Rauluni, 8.Alfi Mocelutu Vuivau Temporarily suspended, 7.Kitione Salawa, 6.Sisa Koyamaibole, 5.Kele Leawere, 4.Emori Katalau (capt), 3.Joeli Veitayaki, 2.Bill Gadolo, 1.Richard Nyholt, – replacements: 16.Naka Seru, 17.Isaia Rasila, 18.Ifereimi Rawaqa, 19.Koli Sewabu, 20.Vula Maimuri, 21.Waisale Serevi

24 August 2003
 Chile 16–41  Fiji