THE Raiwai volleyball side has put celebrations on hold to concentrate on winning the National Championships in two weeks' time.
Raiwai won the Vanua Challenge last weekend and last month, they had won the Vulaca Championship.
Raiwai Volleyball Association vice president Usaia Kalivakatoga said the side had only one day rest after the Vanua Challenge.
He said they cannot sit on their laurels and just expect their winning streak to continue.
"We have to make it happen ourselves, we have worked hard for it and sweated for it," Kalivakatoga said.
"So we rested on Sunday and had a light training session on Monday and from today (yesterday) its back to business where we start full training," he said.
He said two of their players were carrying niggling injuries but should be OK by next week.
"The Easter Championships is only two weeks away and we cannot relax. Time for celebrations will come later. But first we must concentrate on the National Championship because it is the main target for all the teams."
Kalivakatoga said being champions of the Vulaca and Vanua Championships did not give them bragging rights.
"Vulaca is just the Eastern competition and Vanua is only the best eight from the east and the best eight from the west but the National Championship is the biggest one and if you win that, then you are the national champion.
"So winning these two titles (Vulaca and Vanua) doesn't give us the right to call ourselves champions so that is how important the National Championship is to us."