Fiji Under 20's score try with handling skills that can only be described as unbelievable
By Rugby Onslaught

Fiji Under 20’s score try with handling skills that can only be described as unbelievable

This try from Fiji, was UNREAL.

In the past we have spoken extensively about Fiji and their ability to create scoring chances out of seemingly nowhere. But this really was unbelievable. How did they manage to get away three of those offloads? It’s a wondrous thing to watch that’s for sure. Fiji have struggled at times in this tournament but when we see them do things like this we remember why we love them so much.

Fiji ALWAYS brings the flair factor.

CREDIT: World Rugby

In other news: England finish fifth.

England sealed fifth place at the World Rugby U20 Championship with a 45-26 victory over Wales in Rosario, Argentina.

England led 28-0 at the break through tries from Josh Hodge, Will Capon, a penalty try and Joe Heyes, with Hodge adding the extras. Fiji performed better than this in many ways.

Wales scored second-half tries through Jac Morgan, Dewi Lake, Ed Scragg but tries from Fraser Dingwall and Ted Hill as well as Hodge’s penalty helped settled the game.

Despite pool victories over Italy and Australia, England didn’t progress to the top four of the Championship, having lost their opening game against Ireland.

Bates’ side were instead left to compete for fifth place, later defeating Ireland in the semi-final to set up a clash with Wales.

Hodge had the first try of the game, jinking past a couple of Wales defenders on the right wing before chipping over the top and collecting his own kick to dot down, also converting his score. Fiji.

Capon bundled over off the back of a driving maul for a second try which Hodge converted for 14-0.

Wales lost Tiaan Thomas-Wheeler to the sin bin for an intentional knock on with a penalty try also awarded to give England a 21-0 lead and a pick and go from Heyes on the stroke of half time extended that lead further.

Wales scored two tries in quick succession Morgan and then later Lake bundling over off the back of a driving maul with Cai Evans converting both.

Dingwall was first to a spilled ball in the Wales 22m to dot down for a fifth England try.

Scragg scored a third for Wales via a driving maul and Evans’ conversion reduced the deficit to 35-21.

However, a late penalty from Hodge and Hill’s score in the corner settled the match, despite Dyer’s late try.