Manu Samoa looking to gatecrash the world's top eight | Pacific Beat

Manu Samoa looking to gatecrash the world's top eight

Manu Samoa looking to gatecrash the world's top eight

Updated 23 November 2012, 11:20 AEST

Manu Samoa will be looking to make it three test wins out of three over the weekend as they wrap up their European tour with a match against France in Paris.

After victories over Canada and Wales, another win for Samoa could see them climb into the world's top eight, which would be a first for tier two nation.

To look ahead to the game, Pacific Beat spoke to former Manu Samoa forward, and the President of the Oceania Federation of Rugby Unions, Harry Schuster.

Presenter: Geraldine Coutts

Speaker: Harry Schuster, President of the Oceania Federation of Rugby Unions.

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