FIJIANA coach Elenoa Kunatuba was not satisfied with her team's performance in their first warm-up match last Saturday.
The side is preparing for the Women's Sevens World Series for which they have drawn England, United States and hosts China in Guangzhou on March 30 and 31.
The side played their first match as part of their build-up to the series and Kunatuba said it exposed many weaknesses.
She said they have identified weaknesses which they could work on this week.
"I was not satisfied with what I saw from the girls today," Kunatuba said.
"It did not go as we had planned and it may not have been what I expected but it was a learning experience.
"One of our biggest weaknesses is defence as we allowed two easy tries to be scored against us."
She said they would touch up on the weaknesses today and tomorrow and then have another warm-up match on Wednesday.
"This was the first time these girls have played as a unit and this was a good learning experience for us," Kunatuba said.
"We are going to play another warm-up match with a men's team on Wednesday to see if we have managed to work out what we are trying to fix."
She said the only thing that caught her attention was the skills of the players.
"They have the Fijian flair and that could be used as an adavantage over our opponents who play more structured rugby.
"The skills of the players are really good but if they could improve on defence and stick to the basics, we should be fine," Kunatuba said.