Captain Voka optimistic of Saturday’s match

Fiji Warriors halfback Frank Lomani (middle) with other Warriors players during a training session at Albert Park in Suva on Monday. Picture: RAMA

Fiji Warriors halfback Frank Lomani (middle) with other Warriors players during a training session at Albert Park in Suva on Monday. Picture: RAMA

Update: 4:38PM FIJI Warriors captain Mosese Voka is optimistic that the team will play their best in their final match against Tonga to retain the title of the 2018 World Rugby Pacific Rugby Challenge.

Voka said even though the side won their matches against Japan and Samoa, there was still room for improvement.

“We hope to win this week’s game and the boys are really confident. The morale in the team is really high and the boys are adapting well to training and if everything goes right, I think we will retain the title,” he said.

“I think the most important thing is our discipline from the ruck area and also discipline tackles and if we can maintain our discipline, we will have a good win this Saturday.”

He said with a lot of young players on the side, the future of rugby in Fiji were in good hands.

Fiji will take on Tonga at the ANZ Stadium this Saturday.