Bristol Bears' new signing Semi Radradra has "unbelievable class", director of rugby Pat Lam tells BBC Points West.
Two sailors recall their encounter with a vast sea of floating volcanic rocks in the Pacific Ocean.
Cornish brothers Josh and Sam Matavesi have been named in the Fiji squad for the upcoming Rugby World Cup.
Hooker Sam, who plays his club rugby for Cornish Pirates, is in line to make his World Cup debut, while older brother Josh, who plays in the back line for Newcastle Falcons, will step out for his second major tournament after making two appearances in 2015.
The pair will take part in a 10-day training camp before flying to New Zealand to play their final warm-up match against Tonga on the 31 August.
On Thursday, the UK announced that it had signed a deal with the Pacific Islands - namely Fiji and Papua New Guinea - to maintain uninterrupted trade after the UK leaves the EU.
Law firm Gowling WLG is not impressed by this news.
"While gratifying to know that uninterrupted trade will continue, the fact that it is with such minor partners - with the UK's 2017 trade with Fiji amounting to 0.0001% of that, and Papa New Guinea just 0.0003% - makes it negligible to say the least," said Ursula Johnston, head of customs at Gowling WLG.
"'Shifting seats on the Titanic' comes to mind if this is being considered a victory in its own right – surely better to wait for these 'deals' to accumulate before announcing the collective result.
"Piecemeal agreements and insignificance are surely the last things we need now?"