RAIWAQA anticipates a strong challenge when they face Navy in the Fiji Bitter Escott Shield semi-final this Saturday.
The DHL Raiwaqa side after defeating Navy for the Suva Rugby weekly challenge title last month, know Navy will be coming with all their big guns this time.
Raiwaqa rugby treasurer Inoke Veresa said they expected a tough match with Navy this weekend.
Veresa said the team resumed training on Monday as they prepare for semi-final.
Veresa said the focus at training this week was to improve on their weak areas from the last game.
"Our coaching panel led by head coach Mataika Komainavure have been working on trying to improve on certain areas they saw as our weak links from last Saturday against Nabua," Veresa said.
"But one area which we are trying to focus on this week is the need to improve our discipline.
"Mataika emphasised to the players the importance of being focused mentally and physically in big games like this," Veresa said.
"In the game against Nabua the boys dropped their focus and allowed Nabua to take the lead late into the second-half but they managed to come back to score the winning try in the closing stage of the game.
"We don't want a repeat of that this weekend because Navy will be a different side compared to Nabua," Veresa said.
In the second Escot Shield semi-final Police will face Covenant Brothers.