TRAINER Henry Elder says the result of the Pacific Rugby Cup (PRC) fitness test which was held yesterday will speak the volume of work done by the aspiring Flying Fijians during the off season.
Elder, who conducted the test in Suva, said they would know the key areas of concern once the results were compiled.
He said it would be up to the selectors and coaches to decide on the players for the Fiji Warriors and the Fiji Barbarians team after they hand in the data from the fitness test.
"We conducted five tests on speed, endurance and had gym work where we tested on other strengths," Elder said.
"We will look through the data from the fitness test and make a report on that. It's too early to predict the outcome.
"But it will indicate to us whether the players were doing their homework during the off season or not. Often we see players take off season as time off and we would like to see the changes."
Flying Fijians head coach Inoke Male named 80 local players late last year in the Pacific Rugby Cup squad.
The team will be finalised by next week. PRC will be held in March.
Meanwhile Elder referred all queries about his involvement with Fiji rugby to the parent body, the Fiji Rugby Union.
FRU recently suspended its trainer Nacanieli Cawanibuka and refused to elaborate on the grounds on which he was suspended.
Elder is a former national trainer who was succeeded by Cawanibuka on 2008.