THE Fijiana side would be working on defence for the next two weeks as they prepare for the Womens Sevens World Series.
The Fijiana have been drawn with England, US and hosts China for the Guangzhou Women's Sevens in China on March 30 and 31.
The side resumed training yesterday and coach Elenoa Kunatuba said while their attacking play was really good, they needed to balance their workrate in terms of defence.
"We had a training session with national coaching director Franck Boivert and he talked to the girls on the techniques of defence," she said.
Kunatuba said it would be difficult to contain their opponents in the pool and they were working on the areas where their weaknesses lay.
"One of our weaknesses has been our defence and after watching videos of England and United States, I think it is one area we need a major improvement in.
"They (England and United States) were finalists in the second leg of the Series which was held in the US.
"They have big girls and we need to come up with a strategic plan to hold up our defence when we play England and United States."
As for China, Kunatuba said they knew the Chinese side pretty well because they played them in the final of the Asian Women's Sevens Championship in India last year.
"They (China) played a good game and gave us a tough time in the final so all three teams in our pool are going to be very tough opponents," she said.