THE LICI Police 7s team has moved training to Lautoka as they prepare for this weekend's Uprising Fiji International 7s at Churchill Park in the Sugar City.
Team manager Suliano Tevita said the Manasa Bari-coached side left Suva yesterday as they move to acclimatise and round-off training in Lautoka.
Police has been included in a very tough pool which includes Alifereti Dere's Digicel Fiji Barbarians, Lomaiviti Barbarians and former Digicel 7s assistant coach Etuate Waqa's Tonga side.
The Police side is expected to include some of the country's top sevens players like Etonia Naba, Sakenasa Aca and Peni Gaunimeke.
While Naba is a former national sevens skipper, Gaunimeke is well-known for his darting runs from the base of the scrum and speed off the mark.
The inclusion of the Digicel Babas and the Tonga national side should see a tough battle among the four teams in Pool B.
The Lomaiviti Barbarians side coached by former 7s and fifteens wing Marika Vunibaka is also a threat in this pool.
The Police team had been playing in most sevens tournament held around the country last year including the Coral Coast Fiji International 7s at Lawaqa Park in Sigatoka.
The side's biggest win last year was at the Waikoula Vancouver 7s at Garvey Park in Tavua.
The team also won the Fiji Bitter Wairiki 7s in Taveuni in December last year.