Fiji’s craziest fanbases witness an unbelievable rugby game!

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Our search for rugby’s greatest fans continues as we head to the Pacific for an unbelievable match up between the Fijian Drua and the Chiefs in Super Rugby. Does Fiji have the world’s craziest fans? This game will certainly tell us!

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