The Davetalevu rugby club aims to make a clean sweep during their three weeks Asian rugby tour which ends this weekend at Kuala Lumpur.
The team has won two sevens tournaments which were held in Singapore and Malaysia respectively and they will take part in the Cobra 10s tournament which kicks off tonight in Kuala Lumpur.
Club president Jone Ratu said he was confident the players would finish the tour on a high.
"It's two down and one to go," said the former national rugby rep.
He said the last time the team made a clean sweep was back in 1995 when they won the Singapore sevens and both the Cobra and Hong Kong 10s.
"We had players like the late Isaia Rasila, Simione Koroi and Aminiasi Naituyaga and utility players Ilaitia Nabewa, Sirilo Lala and many more who were at the peak of their rugby careers," said Ratu who was also coach/player of the side.
"The Cobra 10s is usually the toughest of them all because some clubs in Asia have the services of Super Rugby players from New Zealand, South Africa and Australia."
The team will arrive in Nadi on Tuesday where they will head straight to camp to prepare for the Coral Coast Sevens tournament at Lawaqa Park.
"We will keep the players for a few days and won't allow anyone to go home just yet because we want to keep the players focussed for the last tournament at Lawaqa," said Ratu.