NADI volleyball side has made its intention clear.
They are not here to make the numbers but to contest for the prestigious Vanua Challenge title today.
The Jetsetters are back in the national meet after missing out last year and keen to leave a mark in the annual tournament.
Nadi is fielding two men's and a women's side in the two-day tournament held at the FMF Gymnasium in Laucala.
Nadi One with services of former national skipper Waisake Raratabu along with Josefa Draunibaka and Natabua High School youngster Paul Vatucawaqa proved one of the top teams on Day One of the competition yesterday.
The side defeated Nakasi by two straight sets in its opening match and was to play Gold FM Suva in its second match.
Nadi One women's side was also in top form but narrowly lost to defending champions Suva Black 1-2 in pool play.
"We got a good mix of young and experienced players in the side. It's a great exposure for these upcoming players," Nadi One men's team coach Charlie Samisoni said.
"We are obviously not here to make up the numbers but to compete for the Vanua Challenge title like all other teams."
Samisoni said they were unable to field some of their top players because of work commitment.
"We have 45 clubs under Nadi Volleyball Association and most of the players in these teams are working in the tourism industry."