THE Fiji Warriors recorded its second victory on the International Rugby Board Pacific Rugby Cup after beating the Rebels Rising in Melbourne on Tuesday night.
The Inoke Male-coached side beat the Rebels 27-22 to maintain its bid of retaining the PRC title.
Warriors's opening game against the Junior Waratahs was cancelled because of the rainy weather, however, they managed to notch their first win against the Brisbane Academy 24-17 last week.
Former Flying Fijians winger Nemani Nadolo scored a try in the decisive victory.
Male made some changes for the game against the Rebels.
Meanwhile in other PRC games, Samoa A lost 11-34 to the Force, Tonga A was beaten 18-32 by the Sydney Academy and Junior Japan was thrashed 76-26 by Brisbane based National Academy.
Fiji Warriors now travel to New Zealand to play three matches with Super Rugby development sides.
The opening round in New Zealand on Monday will see the Fiji Warriors tackle the Highlanders Development XV at Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin.
Tonga A faces the Hurricanes Development XV in Wellington and Samoa A will play the Blues Development XV at Waitemata Park in west Auckland.
Junior Japan will stay on in Australia to face Reds College XV.