Fiji’s finest hour at the Rugby World Cup unquestionably came on 29 September, 2007, in Nantes when in a ‘winner-takes-all’ encounter to decide who would join Pool B rivals Australia in the quarter-finals, they stunned Wales 38-34.
Just when it seemed like Martyn Williams’ try seven minutes from time would be enough for Wales to thwart Fiji’s attempts to make the last eight for the first time in 20 years, up popped prop Graham Dewes with what proved to be the all-important score.
It was a sad way for Wales captain Gareth Thomas to mark his 100th cap, but a joyous occasion for anyone associated with Fijian rugby.
“It highlighted what Fijian rugby is all about,” fly-half Stephen Jones later recalled. “Give them space and time and they move the ball well and have an offloading game and put you under pressure. They did that day and scored some wonderful tries."
Wales exorcised the ghosts of Nantes in their next two RWC meetings with Fiji, a 66-0 win en route to the semi-finals in 2011 and a 23-13 victory in Cardiff four years later.
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