THE Digicel Fiji sevens coaches are working on getting the individual play in the team right ahead of the third leg of the International Rugby Board (IRB) Sevens World Series next month.
Following the scrimmaging session of the national training squad with the Army team at the Suva Grammar School grounds on Thursday, head coach Alifereti Dere said he wanted players to know their individual roles and execute them successfully on the field.
The former Fiji 7s skipper said getting the individual play right would eventually contribute to the combination building in the team.
"The major emphasis is on getting the players to carry their individual tasks properly," Dere said.
"We want them to know their roles in their respective positions.
"The players have to know what part they have to play in the set-piece play, while on attack and defence."
Dere added getting the basics right was their major focus as players struggled in the set-piece play during the hit out sessions.
"We can't do much in things like the individual game because that's the style of some players and it's for them to make the right decisions while on field."
Fiji, which is placed third with 44 points in the 2012/13 IRB HSBC 7s series, is in Pool D with Portugal, Australia and Scotland for the Wellington 7s in New Zealand to be held on February 1 and 2.