Andy Robinson marked his return as a national coach and first game in the role for Scotland with a convincing victory over Fiji at Murrayfield.
Phil Godman kicked penalty and then missed one before Johnnie Beattie scored a try which Godman converted and followed up with two more penalties, but Vereniki Goneva touched down against the run of play just before the break, with Nicky Little adding two points. Giving us the half time score of; 16-7.
The second period and Graeme Morrison scored under the posts, with Godman converting, while Little replied with another penalty. Giving us the final score of:
Scotland 23-10 Fiji
Try: Beattie, Morrison Con: Godman 2 Pens: Godman 3
Try: Goneva Con: Little Pens: Little
Scotland: R. Lamont, S. Lamont, Grove, Morrison, Danielli, Godman, Cusiter, Jacobsen, Ford, Low, Hines, Kellock, Strokosch, Barclay, Beattie.
Replacements: Paterson for R. Lamont (63), Blair for Cusiter (63), Traynor for Jacobsen (63), Hall for Ford (70), White for Strokosch (65), Vernon for Beattie (80), De Luca for Blair (77).
Fiji: Matavesi, Goneva, Lovobalavu, Bai, Nalaga, Little, Rauluni, Yalayalatabua, Veikoso, Manu, Lewaravu, Rawaqa, Domolailai, Qera, Boko.
Replacements: Ratu for Matavesi (74), Vatuvoka for Rauluni (71), Dewes for Yalayalatabua (41), Ledua for Veikoso (70), Bola for Domolailai (23). Not Used: Nakarawa, Roko.
Ref: Chris White (RFU).