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But, while McBryde picked up a few useful facts about the Samoans, Fijian manager Talemo Waqa reckons his side will be a different animal at the World Cup.
The sevens star made an immediate contribution by creating and converting a try for fulack Waqa and then adding a penalty.
"Waqa accidentally cut his right hand on some broken glass on Saturday evening," a Melbourne spokesman said.
Waqa said: "Last week's win has really boosted our campaign.
J Waqa; A Tuilevu, F Lasagavibau, L Little, S Sorovaki (capt); N Little, S Rabaka; J Vetayaki, I Rasila, M Taga, E Katalau, S Raiwalui, A Naevo, M Tamanitoakula, A Mocelutu.
(23.) Chiefs may be metaphorically identified with na vesi or na waqa vakaturaga -- both terms for the chiefly canoe.
Today, Republic of Nauru president Baron Divavesi Waqa began his four-day official visit to Taiwan and met with President Tsai Ing-wen, who thanked him for his country's support of Taiwan in the international arena.
Referring to Du, Nauru President Baron Waqa said, "The Chinese demanded to be heard when (Tuvalu's) prime minister was about to speak.
Melbourne Storm : B Slater; S Waqa, J O'Neill, W Chambers, M Fonua; G Widdop, C Cronk; J Bromwich, C Smith (capt), N Norrie, R Hoffman, T Harris, R Hinchcliffe.
We needed a platform to start it off with so it's a stepping stone to a summit," said Fiji's assistant coach Etuate Waqa after the final.
4 Ibn Iyas, Bada i al-Zuhur fi Waqa i al-Duhur (Cairo, 1960), 123; al-Baqari, 18.