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Fiji’s Racing 92 lock Leone Nakarawa was the side’s captain for the first time in the match against Canada

Fiji produced too much power and pace for Canada scoring six tries to one in a 38-13 thumping in their Pacific Nations Cup clash in Suva on Saturday.

It was a morale-boosting performance for the defending champions after they lost to Japan last week, while it was the second defeat for Canada who were soundly beaten by the USA in the first round.

Earlier Saturday, a late penalty by AJ MacGinty kept the USA Eagles unbeaten when they overcame Samoa 13-10.

The Eagles play Japan and Fiji face Samoa in the final round next weekend.

With the focus on the looming World Cup and the need to test combinations, it was a vastly different Fiji side that faced Canada with only three forwards retaining their places and Racing 92 lock Leone Nakarawa captain for the first time.

While Canada enjoyed the best of possession

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