Another exciting weekend of Pacific Nations Cup action has come to an end with Fiji claiming the title for the 5th consecutive year.
We take a look at this weekend's Top Performers:
The Bordeaux-bound centre made a huge impact on his test debut for the Fijians.
He was heavily involved in the build of two tries and capped off his performance with a try just before the final play of the game.
Nakawara was on top of his game against Georgia making a number of trademark offloads.
He was immense on attack and was busy on defence whether he was stealing lineouts or making thumping tackles.
The Fijian halfback was consent threat on attack whether he was snipping through the defence or running brilliant support lines off Radradra, Vatubua and Goneva.
He scored an early first-half brace and was subbed off on the hour mark.
His replacement Frank Lomani was just as impressive filling the role of the experienced Seniloli and also dotted down for two well-taken tries.
Takulua marshalled Tonga to an impressive 28-18 victory over Samoa.
The lively halfback put in a trademark scrumhalf performance with good kicks from the base, pinpoint passing and he ignited the Tongan attack that scored 3 tries.
He also converted 3 crucial penalties and two of his three conversions.
Manu along with his loose trio partners put in a busy shift as they shut down the deadly Samoan attack.
Manu, in particular, put in a number of hefty tackles and was strong over the ball.
His strong carries also put Tonga on the front foot on attack.