THE Fiji under-20 team management is trying out a new style of play ahead of the Junior Rugby World Cup (JWC) in France this year.
Assistant coach Bill Gadolo said they tried the new style during the two-day camp last week and were happy with the response from the players in the squad.
He said it would take time for the players to adapt to the changes but was optimistic they would be well accustomed with it before the JWC which will be held in June.
"The coaches with the help of the FRU High Performance Unit have managed to map out this new style of play and at the moment we are concentrating on getting the players adapted to that," Gadolo said.
"The players are responding well and slowly adapting to this new style of play."
The Baby Flying Fijians, which finished at 11th position last year, has been pooled with New Zealand, Ireland and Australia at this year's event.
Gadolo said it was a big challenge for the team to overcome the Tier One nations but they were leaving no stone unturned to topple the giants in their pool play.
He said the team preparation was on track adding they were only awaiting the overseas-based players to complete their squad.
The Fiji U20 side is coached by the FRU development manager Sale Sorovaki.