Big game for Fiji
17 March, 2018, 12:00 am
FIJI Warriors captain Mosese Voka wants discipline from the players against Tonga in the final match of the 2018 World Rugby Pacific Rugby Challenge at the ANZ Stadium in Suva today.
Voka who had captained the team to the win against Samoa and Junior Japan wants to lift the title.
“We have concluded our training and the boys are ready to take on Tonga tomorrow (today),” he said.
“The players have to execute our game plan and maintain discipline in the match if we want to win the match and win the title.”
The Senirusi Seruvakula-coached side had recorded two good wins against Junior Japan and Samoa earlier in the competition.
“It would be a tough match against Tonga and we are expecting another physical match from the Tongans as it had been proven in the past whenever the two teams met on the field,” Voka said.
“I told the players to enjoy playing rugby against Tonga, but at the same time get the work done. –
“Tonga would want to end the competition on a high and we are prepared to face them as we are confident to win the title again.”
The match kicks off at 3.30pm while Samoa will play Junior Japan at 1pm. The Warriors are the defending champion.