World Rugby U20 Championship: Wales 44-28 Fiji
|World Rugby U20 Championship Pool A: Wales v Fiji|
|Wales (22) 44|
|Tries: Reffell, Buckland, Lewis, Lake, Warren, I Davies Cons: C Evans 4 Pens: C Evans 2|
|Fiji (14) 28|
|Tries: Ramasibana, Soqonawasaloa, Rasaku 2 Cons: Kuruvoli 4|
Wales were given a scare by Fiji before easing to victory in their last World Rugby U20 Championship group game.
Tries from Tommy Reffell, Dafydd Buckland and Tomi Lewis gave them a 22-14 half-time lead in Santa Fe.
Kaminieli Rasaku twice brought Fiji to within a point with his two tries, but Wales crossed three more times through Dewi Lake, Ben Warren and Ioan Davies.
Despite also beating Argentina in their first game, Wales ended up third in Pool A after the hosts beat France.
France beat Wales in the pool stage and finished second, with Argentina edging them into top spot. Fiji are bottom, with their four tries against Wales earning them their first point of the tournament.
Wales will now face New Zealand in a 5th-8th play-off match, which will take place at 14:30 BST on Monday, 17 June at the Racecourse Stadium, Rosario.
The winners of that game will play either Ireland or England for fifth place. The losers of the Ireland v England game will play Wales or New Zealand with seventh place on the line in a tournament that ends with each team being ranked from one to 12.
Wales U20: Ioan Davies (Cardiff Blues); Tomi Lewis (Scarlets), Tiaan Thomas-Wheeler (Ospreys), Sam Costelow (Leicester Tigers), Deon Smith (Dragons); Cai Evans (Ospreys), Dafydd Buckland (Dragons); Tom Devine (Dragons), Dewi Lake (capt, Ospreys), Nick English (Bristol Bears), Morgan Jones (Scarlets), Jac Price (Scarlets), Iestyn Rees (Scarlets), Tommy Reffell (Leicester Tigers), Jac Morgan (Aberavon/Scarlets).
Replacements: Will Griffiths (Dragons), Garin Lloyd (Ospreys), Rhys Davies (Ospreys), Kemsley Mathias (Scarlets), Ben Warren (Cardiff Blues). Ed Scragg (Dragons), Lennon Greggains (Dragons), Harri Morgan (Ospreys), Ryan Conbeer (Scarlets), Max Llewellyn (Cardiff Blues), Rio Dyer (Dragons).
Fiji U20: Osea Natoga; Kaminieli Rasaku, Ilaisa Droasese, Taniela Soqonawasaloa (capt), Epeli Momo; Simione Kuruvoli, Mesake Kurisaru; Emosi Tuqiri, Lino Mairara, Isikeli Lumelume, Chris Minimbi, Anasa Qaranivalu, Taniela Ramasibana, Vilive Miramira, Eparama Sailo.
Replacements: Manoa Mocelutu, Livai Natave, Elijah Kuilamu, Alivereti Loaloa, Tiri Shaw, Josh Vuta, Osea Waqa, Veresa Tuqovu, Isaac Ratumaitavuki.