THE Lomary Coastal Sharks rugby league team is a force to be reckoned with in the Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby League competition this season.
With two wins from two games this season, the Galoa-based school's main challenge is to maintain their consistency in the competition until the elimination stages.
The Sharks were knocked out by Natabua High School in the elimination rounds last season. After a powerful start this season, the Sharks revealed they would be out to knock all giants out of the 13-man code at secondary school level.
In round one, they upset Suva Grammar Titans and over the weekend they maintained their winning form with another victory over Lelean Memorial School 14-6.
Sharks coach Petero Tuisiga said they wanted to potray the talents of the players in the competition.
"Our boys have been playing so well so far, but we still got a long way to go until the end of the competition," he said.
"We are happy with things so far but we need to keep on pushing ourselves and better our performance every week. Our aim is to improve our performance from last year where we lost in the elimination rounds.
"Now we want to improve that," Tuisiga said.
The team is assisted by former Fiji Bati and Lomary old scholar Lasaro Turagadrau. Tuisiga said Turagadrau was an asset to the team.
"He has been helping the boys out at training and we are thankful for his services. He brings a lot of experience into the team and it is beneficial to us at this stage," he said.