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The Fiji Airways Drua side will throw their all when they face National Rugby Championship (NRC) defending champions Queens Country in the weekend.
Fijian Drua coach, Senirusi Seruvakula says they have to study the pattern their opponents have played in the past two matches.
Seruvakula adds they are ready to make sacrifices and deliver a win come Saturday.
“This round is going to be tough especially playing away from home and they getting the advantage playing on their turf. We will do whatever we can this week to maintain our momentum and put on a positive performance.”
Seruvakula says they need to keep building their strength and play to the whole 80 minutes in NRC.
Seruvakula says NRC defending champions Queensland Country will come out firing after their narrow 29-28 victory over Melbourne Rising last Saturday.
“We need to start good from the start and we open up the game and when we have the momentum and we keep building up and not giving away th opportunities.”
The Fijian side sits on top of the table with 10 points.
Fiji will play Queensland Country at BB Print Stadium in Brisbane, Australia on Saturday.
SOURCE: FBC SPORTS/PACNEWS
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