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PHOTOS: DEFENDING CHAMPS VAIALA, SAMOA DO IT AGAIN AT TMO MARIST 7's

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[Photo:Barry Markowitz, courtesy Samoa Tuna Processors/Tri Marine Group]

Vaiala, Samoa team was crowned the champs of the 2nd Annual TMO Marist 7's Rugby Tournament, Veterans Stadium, this past Saturday, April 13, 2013. 
 
Red Rock scored a try, but missed the kick giving Vaiala its second victory in this two year old tournament.  They took the cup 14-13
 
Other stories about the TMO Marist Sevens weekend in this issue.

Vaiala, Samoa wins the lineout and the 2nd Annual Marist Pago 7's Cup, vs. Red Rock, Fiji, at Veterans Memorial Stadium, Tafuna, American Samoa.   [Photo: Barry Markowitz, courtesy Samoa Tuna Processors/Tri Marine Group]
The last second Red Rock try that brought the score to 13-14.  Vaiala kept the lead and won the coup after a missed point after kick failed during the finals of the TMO Marist 7's Rugby Tournament, Veterans Stadium.   [Photo: Barry Markowitz, courtesy Samoa Tuna Processors/Tri Marine Group]
The referee from Auckland looks on as a Red Rock player delivers a upending tackle to a Vaiala player in the finals of the TMO Marist 7's Rugby Tournament, Veterans Stadium, Tutuila, American Samoa. [Photo: Barry Markowitz, courtesy Samoa Tuna Processors/Tri Marine Group]
Vaiala snatches the ball from Red Rock, leading to a crucial try at the TMO Marist 7's Rugby Tournament, Veterans Stadium, Tutuila, American Samoa. [Photo: Barry Markowitz, courtesy Samoa Tuna Processors/Tri Marine Group]
After the loss in the final of the TMO Marist 7's Rugby Tournament, Fiji fans are still proud. [Photo: Barry Markowitz, courtesy Samoa Tuna Processors/Tri Marine Group]
Red Rock scored a try, but missed the kick giving Vaiala, Samoa the victory and the cup 14-13 at the TMO Marist 7's Rugby Tournament, Veterans Stadium, Tutuila, American Samoa.  [Photo: Barry Markowitz, courtesy Samoa Tuna Processors/Tri Marine Group]


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