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26/05/2004 
Fiji book finals berth with crushing defeat over Indonesia
By Russel james
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After an impressive Round 1 victory over Pacific rival Tonga, 
Fiji today asserted further dominance over the ICC EAP Cricket Challenge in Fuji City, defeating Indonesia by 240 runs.

After two wins from two matches Fiji are now guaranteed a place in Saturday’s final.

Upon winning the toss for a second time, Fiji batted first and commenced at a blistering pace, reaching 1 for 83 from 13 overs.

The Fiji innings was anchored by opener, and man of the match Seci Sekinini who scored 92 from 107 balls, including 7 fours and 1 six.  
Number 3 batsmen Jikoivanualevu Kida (59) joined forces with Sekinini for a 109 run 2nd wicket partnership, while Neil Maxwell followed on from his 71 on Day 1, to score 74. 

A whirlwind 52 from 25 balls from Maika Kamikamica finished off the Fiji innings, and at the conclusion of 50 overs, Fiji registered a massive 6 for 362.

The pick of Indonesia’s bowling was Bernadus Elly who took 3 for 57 from 10 overs.

Indonesia’s reply was in early trouble with Cameron Knox being bowled for 0, however Robert Hindmarsh (20) and Wilfred Schultz (56) fought back steadily with a 40 run partnership 

At 3 for 90 from 23 overs a competitive total looked possible, however 
a precession of middle and lower order wickets saw Indonesia dismissed for 122 in the 38th over.

Fiji coach Taione Cakacaka commented after the game,

“I was very happy with our batting today, and after a good win against Tonga yesterday we really feel confident about the remainder of this tournament.  

Now that we have qualified for the final, I hope we can continue to perform consistently in the final two matches.”

Fiji now take on tournament host Japan who are yet to record a win in the tournament, while Indonesia play Tonga.  The winner of this match will play Fiji in the final on Saturday.

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