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Samoa A vs Western Force A
Samoa A vs Western Force A
Manu Samoa vs Japan Line Up
Samoa's last Pacific Nations Cup, will be against Japan Sunday 17th at 6pm in the evening local time. Team Manager Namulauulu Sami Leota says  All preparations are going well and both Skipper David Lemi and Paul Williams are declared ok to play.
A few changes have been made by coach Betham seeing 12 RWC squad members named in the 22 line up for Sunday, with 9 of them starting including the new arrivals of Tii Paulo, Kahn Fotualii and Kane Thomspson.
Japan wont be an easy task and we are expecting a tough encounter especially before their home crowd. They were the champions in this tournament last year so we are not taking this game very lightly.
A win on Sun will gurantee us as the Cup winner of this year PNC, so we are working hard to achieve this.
Preparations have been positive all week and there is great team spirit and Unity amongst the team, both players and Management.
The JRFU had been an excellent host since we arrived and we are looking forward to complete our last match and come home.
On behalf of the team we say thank you Samoa for your support and prayers and all the emails and mesages send over to encourage the team.
Manu Samoa's Line Up.
  1. Loosehead - Sakaria Taulafo
  2. Hooker - Tii Paulo
  3. Tighthead - Logovii Mulipola
  4. Lock - Faatiga Lemalu
  5. Iosefa Tekori
  6. Blindside - Alafoti Faosiliva
  7. Openside -Maurie Faasavalu
  8. No 8 - Kane Thompson
  9. Scrum half - Kahn Fotualii
  10. Outside Half - Ki Anufe
  11. Wing - David Lemi (c )
  12. Centre - Paul Williams 
  13. Centre - LoloLui
  14. Wing - Paul Perez
  15. Fullback - Faatoina Autagavaia
  16. Wayne Ole Avei
  17. Census Johnston
  18. Daniel Crichton
  19. Benjamin Masoe
  20. Jeremy Sua
  21. Fautua Otto
  22. Ken Pisi.
Manu Samoa Line Up Against Fiji

Intensity high as Samoa and Fiji are ready to take the field, in a clash that is no doubt going to be physical and brutal as it will be a deciding match on who to take on the 2012 PNC title.

While it is reported that Fiji is heavily favorite over Manu Samoa on this game, Coach Betham stays low profile and hopes to give Fiji a good game.

In naming his lineup against Fiji, he made 4 changes to his squad from Tonga last week. Maurie Faasavalu, Fautua Otto, Paul Williams, and James Johnston, have joined camp, after they were officially released from their respective clubs in Europe.

Paul Williams will be playing at second five (12) giving more time game time to Faatoina Autagavaia in the 15 jersey. Lolo Lui has moved to centre (13) with Ki Anufe to start at first five. Paul Perez will start at 14, pairing with skipper David Lemi. Half back Jeremy Su’a, will also start at 9 with Galuega Falemoe moving to the bench.

In the forwards Afa Aiono is nursing a minor groin injury, with Maurie Fa’asavalu starting at 7, pairing with Alafoti Faosiliva at blindside loose forwards.

Ole Avei is given the nod to start at hooker, while Logovii Mulipola on the reserves. James Johnston and Sakaria Taulafo at Props.

Your Manu Samoa Team against Fiji.

1.    Loosehead         Sakaria Taulafo
2.    Hooker            Wayne Ole Avei
3.    Tighthead        James Johnston
4.    Lock            Faatiga Lemalu
5.    Lock            Daniel Chricton
6.    Blindside         Alafoti Faosiliva
7.    Openside        Maurie Faasavalu
8.    No 8             Benjamin Masoe
9.    Scrum half        Jeremy Su’a
10.    Outside half        Ki Anufe
11.    Wing             David Lemi (c)
12.    Centre             Paul Williams
13.    Centre             Lolo Lui
14.    Wing             Paul Perez
15.    Fullback        Faatoina Autagavaia
Pelesiusi Steve Fualau, Logovii Mulipola, Maselino Paulino, Misioka Timoteo, Galuefa Tuigamala Falamoe, Fautua Otto, Ken Pisi.
Manu Samoa Wins First PNC Game

One down and two more to go for Manu Samoa in the Pacific Nations Cup Tournament. Mistake-ridden game but it is the first game for this brand new team with many players not having played with each other before, so a win is all that could be asked for. A good start for Head coach Stephan Betham, Samoa were lucky not to concede more points in the 1st half, but they took their opportunities well and were clinical when they did. Lemi’s try was very well taken. Both his and Tuigamala’s try showed the benefits of chasing the kick. Ki Anufe’s tactical direction was needed.

On Sunday this week Samoa will be up against the flying Fijians, at Prince Chichibu Stadium Tokyo.




Samoa Under 20 line up against Fiji

Samoa Under 20 Coach Soifua John Schuster has named line up against Fiji in its second Junior World Championship Campaign.Despite their first loss against New Zealand the team are hoping to put up a better performance against Fiji. The team are as follows.

1.    Loosehead           Aniseto Sio
2.    Hooker                Ropeti Lafo
3.    Tighthead            Andrew Broomhall
4.    Lock                   Tofatuimoana Solia
5.    Lock                   Tumama Tu’ulua
6.    Blindside             Talaga Alofipo
7.    Openside             Elia Togitele
8.    No.8                   Nukualofa Swerling
9.    Scrum Half          Vavao Afemai
10.    Outside Half      Fomai Ah Ki
11.    Wing                Utu Poliko
12.    Centre              Robert Lilomaiava
13.    Centre              Loieu Toetu David
14.    Wing                Faletuluia a le Taofia    Iosefa
15.    Fullback            Peter Schuster
16.    Front Row          Damien Tovio
17.    Front Row          Raymond Salu
18.    Front Row          Petelo Masei Fata
19.                           Airi Hunt
20.                           Oneone Faafou Soisoi
21.                           Faatafa Maiava
22.                           Zachery Schuster
23.                           Jason Tagiilima Vaeau.

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