FOUR Naitasiri players have forced their way into the Fiji Warriors team that will be playing in the last round of the Pacific Rugby Cup in Tonga next week.
The four, Ratu Inoke Tuisese, Netani Vora, Kolinio Vunaki and Jo Naisilisili played a key part in Naitasiri's unsuccessful attempt at trying to wrest the Farebrother-Sullivan Trophy away from holders Fiji Bitter Suva.
The 25-member team will be led by soldier Leone Nakarawa.
The Fiji Warriors lead the PRC with 22 points, followed by Samoa on 12 and Tonga with 2 points.
The Warriors, after losing its opening match of the competition against Queensland A, managed to win its remaining five matches.
The Warriors fly out to Nukualofa on Saturday and play its first match against Tonga next Monday before taking on Samoa next Friday.
Skipper Nakarawa, along with former Flying Fijians Isireli Ledua and Seremaia Naureure will be the most experienced players on the touring party.
Former national 7s players Ilitomasi Nawalu, Jiuta Lutumailagi, Niko Verekauta, Nemani Nagusa and Waqabaca Kotobalavu have also been included in the team.
Tailevu's Lance Whippy has been named to coach the side and he will be assisted by Sale Sorovaki and Epeli Natuivau.
Military Officer Aseri Rokoua is the new team manager.
Team - Aisea Natoga, Alifereti Cawanibuka,Esira Vueti, Henry Seniloli, Ilitomasi Nawalu, Inia Tukere, Ratu Inoke Rosovaki Tuisese, Isireli Ledua, Isireli Temo, Jiuta Lutumailagi, Jock Luita, Jo Nasilisili, Jovesa Kunawave, Kolinio Vunaki, Leone Nakarawa, Maikeli Mocetadra, Manueli Gade, Mataiasi Ucutabua, Mosese Varomusu, Nemani Nagusa, Netani Vora, Niko Verekauta, Ratu Seru Cakobau, Seremaia Naureure, Waqabaca Kotobalavu