NEWLY-crowned Kalevu Shield holders Nokonoko have now focused their attention for the first defence against Tovolea at Lawaqa Park tomorrow.
Nokonoko which is made up of youths from Naduri, Nakalavo, Qereqere and Nakabuta villages dethroned Tuva last Friday 3-0 in a tough match.
Nasoni Kunavore, younger brother of former Flying Fijian Maleli Kunavore kicked the winning penalty with three minutes to go.
Team spokesman Jale Baleirara said the boys were now back training and wouldn't take Tovolea lightly.
Tovolea is one of the union's oldest clubs and its players are from Nadroumai, Vunatovau and Silivalevu.
"We know they will have some coaching tips from Esala Nauga but that won't deter the players and we are looking forward to a clean hard 80 minutes of rugby," said Baleirara.
In the Tui Davujukia Trophy challenge, Outrigger will try and wrestle the trophy away from holders Police who have been successful in defence for the last two weeks.
Sanasana, which is one of the in-form teams at the moment, will face Seni Wi in the Tui Vusu challenge.
Gates will open before 3pm for the Tui Davujukia challenge match. Admission is $3 for adults and $1 for children.