Semi Kunatani was named the DHL Impact Player of the Tournament for Hong Kong after three days of exceptional performances for Fiji. 

Kunatani's stats were the best of any player in Hong Kong, making 10 tackles, sevens breaks, 11 offloads and 22 carries. He also went over for five tries, showing his attacking potency.

In the final, Kunatani shone bright as he not only scored a try but also set up team mate Kitione Taliga. His contributions in attack and defence helped Fiji to a 21-7 win over New Zealand in the final and secured Ben Ryan's side their second Cup win at the tournament in two years.

France's Virimi Vakatawa, who previously won the DHL Impact Player of the Tournament in Dubai looked on course to take his second award of the season until Kunatani's expert performance in the final. Vakatawa, who has missed the past four tournaments due to Six Nations commitments, finished Hong Kong on a total of 44, six points behind Kunatani. USA's Perry Baker finished one point behind Vakatawa after another strong tournament in which he finished top try scorer with seven.

DHL Performance Tracker

Tackles Breaks Offloads Carries Total

Overall in the series, Kunatani's team mate Savenaca Rawaca is still leading the DHL Performance Tracker for the series with 248 points, six points clear of his captain Osea Kolinisau. South Africa's Seabelo Senatla sits in third place overall on 240 points, with the most breaks out of any player on 52.

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