Piutau started at outside centre and opened the scoring for his side after just three minutes, before Fiji sprang into life with a long-range try from Josua Tuisova.Tonga pulled ahead again with a rolling maul try in 20th minute, before tries from Vereniki Goneva and Semi Kunitani gave Fiji a 17-12 lead at the break.That lead was extended when Dominiko Waqaniburotu powered over from close range, while Tonga winger Viliama Lolohea had a try disallowed after a review from the TMO.In the 56th minute, Fijian hooker Samuel Matavesi finished off a perfectly executed move at the front of the lineout to make it 29-12.But Tonga weren’t done, having the final say with another well-worked drive on 61 minutes.Tonga face the All Blacks next weekend in Hamilton in their final warm-up match.
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