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England Hammer Fiji With Record Win

London : United Kingdom | Nov 10, 2012 at 9:02 AM PST
Source: International Herald Tribune
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England overcame a rusty start to sweep past Fiji 54-12 in the first of their four Twickenham internationals on Saturday as Stuart Lancaster's fledgling side ran in seven tries for a record victory against the outclassed islanders. After being forced onto the back foot for the opening quarter, England,... FULL ARTICLE AT International Herald Tribune
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Australia's Kurtley Beale (L) tackles England's Chris Ashton
Australia's Kurtley Beale (L) tackles England's Chris Ashton
 
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