The last round of the Pacific Challenge is in the books, but before we pick a best of there needs to be a proper selection from the fourth and final round.
The final week has come and gone with plenty of strong performances to comb over. No room for Scots this time, but there is one Italian and a few Frenchmen.
There were plenty of players putting up their hand this week which made a few selections difficult, but here’s the best of Pacific Challenge Round 3.
With only two matches worth mentioning this week, it made the job a little easier but only just. The competition at lock, in particular, was fierce.
Not too much to think about this week, with Fiji and Argentina the clear standouts and contributing the bulk of selections. Japan are again out of the fold.
A selection of the best players on show in Round 1 of the Pacific Challenge, with five out of six teams represented. Guess which one missed out?
Only two games this week, and neither of the highest standard, but there’s a team to be picked nonetheless. A few English forwards, a few Australian backs.
Nine matches and even more hours later it’s time finally unveil this past week’s honour roll.
It wasn’t easy, with more strong team performances than individual ones, but a team has been scraped together with 12 different countries represented!
After a grueling few days of playing catch-up, it’s finally time to hammer down this week’s offering, with selections coming from eight different nations.