TOPLINE One maintained their winning run intact in the University of the South Pacific Islanders Volleyball Association competition at the National Netball Centre yesterday.
Led by former national beach volleyball rep Sakiusa Naivana, Topline beat Rockets 3-2 in a close encounter in the Super Premier grade.
Experience proved to be the deciding factor between the two sides in the feature match of the day.
Meanwhile, the association resumed training for the Vulaca Championship that will be held on February 15 and 16 in Suva.
Association co-ordinator Gabrielli Qoro said they received good turnout for their training sessions. He said the coaches were working on the final team combinations and team drills as only one week remained for the tournament.
"The areas that we were polishing on this morning (yesterday) during our training is position play and teamwork," Qoro said.
"Players were reminded to play as a unit in order to succeed in volleyball. It was all about playing and understanding each other on court to be able to read the game well," he said.
He said they reminded the players to work according to the game plan but to remain focused on the goal.
"A game plan is a game plan, and in game or life situation, when the plan doesn't work, change the plan, but do not change the goal.
"This is the area that we are working on and its really paying off," Qoro said.