STORMED into the semi-finals of the Hong Kong Sevens Repechage tournament, and are now just two more wins away from qualifying for the elite World Sevens circuit in 2019.
Famed for a party atmosphere nearly unrivaled in the world of sport, Fiji enjoys the annual trip to Hong Kong more than most.
Fiji's response was a super try.Amenoni Nasilasila, who has been electric all weekend, sliced through a weak Kenya decisive line and crossed the whitewash gallantly to hand it back to his team-mate Vatemo Ravouvou who touched down the ball for a 24-5 lead.
The Pacific island is still reeling from the devastating impact of Cyclone Josie last week.
Nelson Oyoo (right) of Kenya hands off Fiji's Eroni Sau during the Cup Final of the Hong Kong Sevens. Local media reported four people had been killed, while thousands of homes were flooded.
Tuwai was then denied in a try-saving tackle by Willy Ambaka, but Tuwai drew a foul from Kenya's Collins Injera, who was yellow-carded.
Oscar Ouma scored a consolation try and the subsequent conversation made it 24-12 but Fiji held on for the win.More news: Seoul optimistic about "secret, direct contact" between USA and North Korea
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"Hong Kong is always special for us", Tuwai said.
Many other teams saved their best players for the Commonwealth Games next weekend on the Gold Coast.
Canada sits in 11th place in the Sevens Series standings with three tournaments to go; the team will face South Africa, Argentina and Samoa in pool play at the Singapore Sevens on April 27-29.
South Africa, New Zealand, England and Australia included -? have basically sent development squads for the seventh leg of the World Rugby Sevens Series.
Japan can be one among two Asian qualifiers that can contest the World Cup Sevens in San Francisco in July.