Junior Japan 34-31 Samoa A
Fiji Warriors 38-30 Tonga A
Samoa A v Tonga A
Fiji Warriors v Junior Japan
Tonga A v Junior Japan
Fiji Warriors v Samoa A
The Captain's Run wrote:He joined the Sunwolves, so I'd guess the feeling is he doesn't need to be in this squad and prove himself further. He can continue to train in a professional environment uninterrupted and another player gets a chance to show what they're capable of.
Makes sense although if he's not getting regular match time with the Sunwolves, you'd think this might be a good spot to get some match time against quality opposition.
I believe the Fiji Warriors have already won the competition. Tonga and Japan's best-case scenarios is a tie in standings points with Fiji. The first tiebreaker is typically head-to-head, which goes to Fiji in both scenarios.
The broadcaster indicated that points difference will be the tiebreaker, and Japan played towards the end as if that was the case. If so, Fiji wins the tournament with a win, a draw, a loss by less than 42, or if they simply score four tries.
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