Tonga booked their place in the 2023 Rugby World Cup with a win over Hong Kong in the Asia/Pacific play-off at the Sunshine Coast Stadium. The Oceanian archipelago team will participating in their ninth tournament in France.
The Ikale Tahi (The Sea Eagles) who’ve not made it past the pool stage so far, will face a tough battle with World’s No 1 Ireland, Defending champions South Africa and the team in-form Scotland in the group stage. The Tonga team is not to be taken lightly this time as it has arrived here with a proven track record.
In the 2019 World Cup, they won two games against Canada and USA in the group stage and despite trying their best, lost a thrilling match to France 21-23. The team in 15th position will enter the field with the dream of becoming the World Champion this time in September.
Of the three Pacific Island nations competing in the Rugby World Cup, Tonga is lagging behind the rest. Coach Toutai Kefu is hopeful that they will overcome from their embarrassment in France this time.
Tonga Rugby World Cup debut: Tonga first RWC debut on 24 May 1987 against Canada at McLean Park, New Zealand.
Qualification for RWC 2023: After beating Hong Kong 44-22 in the Asia/Pacific play-off at the Sunshine Stadium in Australia, they Qualified for 2023 and confirmed pool B.
RWC Pool 2023: Tonga confirm pool B with the current champion South africa, Ireland, Scotland, and Romania.
Tonga Captain & Coach for RWC 2023: Sonatane Takulua (capt), head coach – Toutai Kefu.
Tonga Rugby World Cup Appearances: Team Tongan Appearances in every World Cup except 1991. They played 29 games in the RWC and won 8 times, where they lost 21, no drawn.
RWC 2023 Live TV coverage in Tonga: Digicel TV has free-to-air broadcasting rights inside the Pacific Island including Tonga.
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Tonga will face a tough battle with the World’s No 1 Ireland, Defending champions South Africa, the team Scotland and Romania in the group stage in ‘Pool B’.
Coach Toutai Kefu confirmed his team line-ups for the world cup in France.
Forwards: Sosefo Apikotoa, Adam Coleman, Vaea Fifita, Siegfried Fisi’ihoi, Feao Fotuaika, Solomone Funaki, Tanginoa Halaifonua, Sione Havili Talitui, Tau Kolomatangi, Paula Latu, Samiuela Lousi, Sitiveni Mafi, Siua Maile, Samiuela Moli, Paula Ngauamo, Semisi Paea, Ben Tameifuna, Sione Vailanu.
Backs: Pita Ahki, Malakai Fekitoa, William Havili, Fine Inisi, Solomone Kata, Otumaka Mausia, George Moala, Manu Paea, Charles Piutau, Augustine Pulu, Sonatane Takulua (capt), Kyren Taumoefolau, Afusipa Taumoepeau, Anzelo Tuitavuki.