• Bai banned for one week

    Fiji fly-half Seremaia Bai has been suspended for one week after pleading guilty to a dangerous tackle on South Africa number eight Danie Rossouw.

  • Rauluni taking a break

    Fiji captain Mosese Rauluni will take next year off from international duty after leading his country on their greatest ever World Cup campaign.

  • Fijian Bai cited

    Following the South Africa v Fiji quarter-final in Marseille on Sunday, 7 October, the Fiji Captain has been cited by Citing Commissioner Peter Larter.

  • Tabua: ‘Give us a chance’

    Fijian coach Ilie Tabua has joined the growing chorus of voices crying out for a better deal from the International Rugby Board (IRB) for Second...

  • Tabua wants the ‘perfect’ shock

    Fijian coach Ilie Tabua claims his side are chasing "the perfect game" to pull off another World Cup shock and beat South Africa in Sunday's...

  • Preview: South Africa v Fiji

    South Africa will complete a unique World Cup hat-trick at the Stade Velodrome, Marseille, on Sunday. They will play a third game against a Pacific...

  • Bai pivotal for Fiji

    Fiji coach Ilie Tabua has selected Seremaia Bai at fly-half for their Rugby World Cup quarter-final clash against South Africa in Marseille on Sunday.

  • Little change as Bai goes big

    There will be no change in Fiji's approach to the game, when they face South Africa in a World Cup quarter-final match in Marseille on...

  • Rabeni up for the Boks

    Fiji centre Seru Rabeni is expecting an improved performance from his side as they prepare to face the might of South Africa in the World...

  • Rauluni: ‘Bring on the Boks’

    Fijian captain Mosese Rauluni has issued a firm warning to South Africa ahead of their World Cup quarter-final showdown at Stade Velodrome, Marseille, on Sunday.

  • Nicky Little ruled out of RWC

    Fijian fly-half Nicky Little has been ruled out of the remainder of the World Cup after sustaining a knee injury in the win over Wales.

  • Fiji stun Wales

    Fiji have made it through to the World Cup quarter-finals after an extraordinary 38-34 win over Wales in Nantes on Saturday.

  • Fiji hail ‘greatest ever’ win

    Fiji coach Ilie Tabua admitted that his side's famous 38-34 World Cup victory over Wales in Nantes on Sunday left him speechless.

  • Tabua rules out Caucau return

    Fiji coach Ilie Tabua insisted he never had any plans to fast-track winger Rupeni Caucaunibuca into the side to face Wales in Saturday's World Cup...

  • Fiji kept entertained

    Fiji's Seremaia Bai and Seru Rabeni have thrilled fans since making their Test debuts against Japan in 2000, but are just as important to their...

  • Tabua wants Super 14 inclusion

    Fiji coach Ile Tabua issued a familiar call for the three Pacific Island nations to be embraced into an expanded Super 14 competition. And Tabua...

  • Tabua seeks improvement

    Fiji coach Ilie Tabua said his side must improve on their discipline and defence as they prepare for their Pool B showdown against Wales next...

  • Sweeping changes for Fiji

    Fiji coach Ilivasi Tabua has rested his key players, making 11 changes to the starting line-up to play Australia in the Rugby World Cup Pool...

  • Fiji focused on Australia

    Fiji coach Ilie Tabua has dismissed comments that he was solely focused on beating Wales in Nantes next week to snatch the Islanders a place...

  • Fiji are unpredictable

    Controversial Wallaby wing Lote Tuqiri warned his team-mates not to underestimate his country of birth, Fiji in Sunday's Pool B clash in Montpellier.

  • Fiji eye quarter-final

    Fiji have managed to scrape victories against Japan and Canada in the past week of World Cup action but contend that they are serious candidates...

  • Fiji playing for their fans

    If Fiji's rugby players have a mountain to climb to reach the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals, just think of their fans.

  • Fiji stay in line to go thru

    Fiji's match against Wales ought now to decide the runner-up position in Pool B after the Fijians notched an unimpressive 29-16 win over Canada on...

  • Fiji place emphasis on size

    Fiji head coach Ilivasi Tabua on Friday named five changes to his team that managed to scrape through in their Pool B match against Japan...

  • Triumphant Fiji relieved

    Fiji captain Mosese Rauluni admitted his side were their "own worst enemies" after struggling to an opening 35-31 victory over plucky Japan in Toulouse on...

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