Qera's qualities are well appreciated at Kingsholm and the flanker showed up well, putting in his usual quota of big tackles and very nearly scoring twice with powerful runs.
Sharples got England off and running when he finished well, cutting in off his right wing to beat a couple of would be tackles and show great strength to reach the line.
England's pack gradually assumed control and a penalty try as half time approached eased them clear. Sharples very nearly added a superb, solo second before Ugo Monye added a third.
Fiji continued to complete gamely after the break, but they were very much swimming against the tide as Tom Johnson finished off a good move from England.
However, the Flying Fijians did enjoy a moment of glory with a sensational solo score from Glasgow scrum-half Nicola Matawalu, who burned off Tuilagi and Monye before chipping ahead and winning the race to touch down.
There was double delight for Sharples as he showed a nice side step to score his second before two late tries from Tuilagi took England past the 50 point mark.
The final word went to Fiji though as Sekonaia Kalou drove over from close range for a popular score.
And Gloucester supporters can come and see the Fijians for themselves as they take on Gloucester at Kingsholm on Tuesday evening, kick off 7:45pm.
Tickets are still available, visit www.gloucesterrugby.co.uk, phone 0871 871 8781 (option 2) or call in at the ticket office at Kingsholm.
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