TIMOCI Wainiqolo says they will pick up the pieces and move on to put on a better performance at the Las Vegas Sevens tournament next weekend.
The Digicel Fiji 7s side lost in the Bowl final to Canada 19-28 at the Wellington 7s in Westpac Stadium last night.
Wainiqolo said they would be working on their mistakes to ensure a better placing in the Las Vegas 7s tournament.
The former Fiji rep admitted they should have beaten Canada to at least win the Bowl title and secure the eight points.
Wainiqolo said they lost in possession and defended poorly to the Canadian attack.
"The competition is getting tougher and there are new and young boys in the team. The competition level in Fiji is nowhere to what it is here in Wellington."
Wainiqolo said the team had the plan to face a tough pool in Las Vegas and go a level better from the Wellington leg.
"It will be tough but the players are looking forward to the challenge. We have talked about the problems and we will be rectifying those mistakes in Las Vegas," he said.
"We will play the same pattern and more of an open game and play the ball out wide because we need possession."
Wainiqolo said despite criticism from fans back home, they would "go forward and play for Fiji".
Meanwhile Wales won the Shield final beating the Etuate Waqa-coached Tonga 26-21 while Australia won the Plate final overcoming Scotland 22-7.