23rd August 07:04 PM
Maori All Blacks to avenge their 27-10 loss to the Fiji Airways Flying Fijians
By Navitalai Naivalurua
Tuesday 16/07/2019

The Maori All Blacks will be aiming to avenge their 27-10 loss to the Fiji Airways Flying Fijians when they will face them in Rotorua in their second test match this Saturday.

Maori All Blacks Coach Clayton McMillan says they gave away a lot of opportunities during their match last Saturday which resulted in a disappointing loss.

McMillan says their scrum was good throughout the game but their individual efforts were not good enough to beat Fiji.

He says their plan for this week is to improve on those areas they are not performing in and try to get their game back on track.

Flying Fijians coach John McKee has named 11 new players who were not part of the historic win last weekend in his 26 member squad for the final test match against the Maori All Blacks.

Some of the new players include Leeroy Atalifo, Tuvere Vugakoto, Tevita Ratuva, Johnny Dyer and Josh Matavesi.

The Flying Fijians meet the Maori All Blacks at Rotorua International Stadium in New Zealand at 7.35pm Saturday.

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