TWO in the bag and one more to go before they can call themselves the kings of volleyball in Fiji.
Raiwai Gold is in an unstoppable form following its second major win in the domestic volleyball competition last night.
The Suliasi Ledua-skippered side overcame defending champions Gold FM Suva by three sets to one (25-20, 21-25, 25-15, 25-21) to win its first Vanua Challenge title.
FBC TV Suva Black gave the capital city fans something to cheer for after reclaiming the women's title beating Kinoya 3-0.
Raiwai Gold won the Vulaca Championship last month and after yesterday's win, the side has made its intention clear that they are going for a clean sweep this year.
Team trainer Peni Ratumaiyale said it would be back to the courts from tomorrow as they gear up for the Easter Championship which will be played next month.
"The Vulaca win was massive for the players as it gave them the confidence to overcome champion teams like Suva," Ratumaiyale said.
"I told the boys to maintain the focus and double their fitness, attitude and discipline because we knew Suva would come back stronger.
"It's all up in the minds and we really focused on getting the mental attitude right."
Last night the team gathered at their club house with family and friends to celebrate their second successive victory in the Fiji Volleyball Federation-sanctioned tournament.
Ratumaiyale thanked the supporters for backing the team throughout the tournament.
"After a long time we get this kind of support from our fans. We want to dedicate this win to them."
With young and enthusiastic bunch of players in the side, Raiwai Gold looks on track to be crowned the next undisputed champions of volleyball in the country.
And after yesterday's loss, Suva's dominance on the courts looks in real danger.