Fiji overcome a 15-0 half-time deficit to beat Tonga in the opening match of the Pacific Nations Cup and Rugby World Cup 2019 qualifying in the Oceania region.
The World Rugby Pacific Nations Cup kicks off on Saturday and signals the start of the Oceania qualification process for Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan.
RWC 2015 was the most economically-successful Rugby World Cup ever, with nearly £2.3 billion generated in economic output according to a report published by EY.
Range of rugby clubs, schools, colleges, universities and dedicated training centres will be considered to ensure optimum training environment and to extend the reach of RWC 2019 to even more communities across Japan.
Mexico, Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana make it two wins from two in the Rugby Americas North Championship to keep their RWC 2019 qualification hopes alive.
The United Arab Emirates convincingly beat Thailand to win the Asia Rugby Championship Division 2 title and remain alive in the region's RWC 2019 qualifying process.
From Tokyo to Hokkaido, find out the venues for RWC 2019 in Japan.