Eleven different Fijians crossed as Kazakhstan shipped three figures for the second time in three WXV 3 matches.

Adita Milinia led the way with four tries while Merewairita Neivosa also scored a hat-trick as Fiji romped to a 118-0 success.

Atelaite Ralivanawa (2), Teresia Tinanivalu, Merewai Cumu, Luisa Tisolo (2), Evivi Senikarivi, Salanieta Kinit, Rusila Nagasau, Sereima Leweniqila and Ana Korovata all added their names to the scoresheet in a one-sided encounter.

Tisolo’s 12 conversions took her individual points tally to 34 as Fiji finished with a flourish.

Despite a second heavy defeat in three games and finishing with a points difference of -221, Kazakhstan avoided dropping into a relegation play-off, which will instead feature Colombia after they slipped to a third straight defeat.

The South American side were beaten 21-5 by Kenya, who picked up their first win of the competition and finished fourth as a result.

Sharon Auma scored two first-half tries and Rose Otieno also crossed for the victors, whose haul was boosted by a drop goal and a penalty from the boot of Ann Ochieng.

Juliana Soto’s 34th-minute score gave Colombia hope but they paid for too many handling errors and finish bottom of the pile.