Commonwealth Championship – Day 1 results

U23 Commonwealth Championships 2018
Dolphin Stadium, Redcliffe
Friday, 23 February (Day 1)

Pool A
Fiji 10 (Sam Kurukitoga, Joeli Vulavou, Netani Narisia tries; Roseru Naiwasetawa goal) def. Scotland 10 (Curtis Faughlin 2 tries; Matt Hogg goal).

Australia 30 (Paul Momirovski 3, Michael Carroll, Kotoni Staggs, Corey Allan, Hayden Schwass tries; Corey Allan goal) def. Wales 0.

Australia 36 (Corey Allan 2, Luke Sharpe 2, Jade Anderson 2, Kotoni Staggs tries; Kotoni Staggs 2, Jade Anderson, Luke Sharpe goals) def. Scotland 0.

Fiji 12 (Netani Narisia, Sam Kurukitoga, RT Timoli tries) def. Wales 4 (Liam Silver try).

Scotland 24 (Niall Sydney 2, Matt Hogg, Justin Faughlin, Luke Westman tries; Matt Hogg 2 goals) def. Wales 0.

Australia 24 (Hayden Schwass, Corey Allan, Luke Huth, Kotoni Staggs tries; Luke Huth, Kotoni Staggs goals) def. Fiji 4 (RT Timoli try).

Pool B
Tonga 22 (Addison Demetriou 2, Sosaia Talivakaola, Joseph Kaufusitua tries; Sione Tonga goal) def. Samoa 8 (Frank Toomalatai, Tom Sau tries).

Samoa 28 (Poasa Faamausili, Ken Tofilau, Marli Sini, Maliko Filino, Tommy Sau, Frank Toomalatai tries; Arthur Crichton, Marli Sini goals) def. England 10 (Cole Walker-Taylor, Tyler Spence tries; Tyler Spence goal).

Tonga 20 (Addison Demetriou 2, Mali Lepou, Sione Vea tries; Joseph Kaufusitua, Netane Masina goals) def. Papua New Guinea 12 (Paul Nelson 2, Yabra Kuk tries).

Samoa 16 (Frank Toomalatai, Denzal Tonise, Poasa Faamausili, Jordan Seumanu tries; goals) def. Papua New Guinea 14 (John Ragi Jnr, Dickson Amea, Paul Nelson tries; Paul Nelson goal).

Tonga 12 (Tom Amone, Myles Taueli, Addison Demetriou tries; goals) def. England 6 (Cole Walker-Taylor tries; Cole Walker-Taylor goals).

England 12 (Daniel Sowerby, Samuel Rotchford, Darrion Ball tries) def. Papua New Guinea 4 (Ilias Stanley tries).

Day 2 games (Saturday, February 24)
Game 22 Scotland v Papua New Guinea – 10:45am
Game 23 England v Wales – 11:10am
Game 27 Australia v Samoa – 1:00pm
Game 28 Tonga v Fiji – 1:25pm

Bowl Final Loser Game 22 v Loser Game 23 – 2:15pm
Shield Final Winner Game 22 v Winner Game 23 – 2:40pm

Bronze Medal Game Loser Game 27 v Loser Game 28 – 5:25pm
Gold Medal Game Winner Game 27 v Winner Game 28 – 5:50pm

Live stream https://www.qrl.com.au/news/20182/02/242/live-stream-commonwealth-championships—day-2/

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