The Fiji Schools Under 18 team suffered another loss in New Zealand, this time the side got beaten by New Zealand Schools team 43 – 8.
The home team conceded an early penalty to Fiji but for the remainder of the first half it was one way traffic, with four first half tries.
Saint Kentigern’s Cam Church and St Paul’s Collegiate’s Gideon Wrampling both crossed for first half doubles.
In the second spell it was the injection of Blair Murray from the bench that lit up the game with two impressive tries.
Wrampling also added to his tally, making it a hat trick of tries in the black jersey.
Forced to defend for long periods of the half, New Zealand Schools were up to the task for the most part, conceding only one try to the Fijians.
The teams have three days to recover and prepare before their match this Friday.