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TONGA MENS 2017 WORLD CUP RUGBY JERSEY(Customizable) USA Rugby Shop
  • TONGA MENS 2017 WORLD CUP RUGBY JERSEY(Customizable) USA Rugby Shop
  • TONGA MENS 2017 WORLD CUP RUGBY JERSEY(Customizable) USA Rugby Shop
  • TONGA MENS 2017 WORLD CUP RUGBY JERSEY(Customizable) USA Rugby Shop

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The Australians were never troubled from the outset, collating points at more than a point per minute.

Matt McTaggart scored a superb first half hat trick - one of nine first term tries - as captain Tate McDermott and flyhalf Will Harrison ran rings around a Tongan side which provided very little resistance. 
Up front, Harry Hoopert turned a Super Rugby debut into a dominant performance with both ball in hand and at scrum time, Trevor Hosea proved near unstoppable every time touched the ball and No. 8 Josh Kemeny was a workhorse around the park.Tonga rugby jersey online

The pack, on the whole, ran over the top of Tonga and allowed both McDermott and Harrison to flourish, unleashing outside backs that proved far too elusive for a Tongan unit that struggled to keep up.

Tonga did cross for one well worked first half try in their only foray into the Australian 22 but a 48-7 half time scoreline was indicative of the gap between these two sides.
 
It was more of the same in the second term, as the Aussies ran in six more tries, though they did not surpass the 97 point deficit New Zealand accrued against the Tongans in their tournament opener.

rugby league jerseys Reds young gun Harry Hockings entered the fray in the second term, steering the Australian lineout with aplomb.

It was Hockings, along with centres Tony Hunt and Iisiah Latu who did the most damage in the second term, as the Australians clicked into cruise control.