THE Nadroga Rugby Union will draw up a strategic plan in a bid to be crowned as the undisputed champions of Fiji rugby this season.
The NRU received a major boost on Thursday with Outrigger on the Lagoon securing the naming rights for the Stallions with a $62,690 sponsorship.
Nadroga won the Digicel Cup last year but lost grip of the Farebrother Sullivan trophy after going down to Suva.
NRU president and former Stallions captain Tiko Matawalu said they were looking forward to a bright season.
"Since we have one major trophy in our cabinet, we are working very much harder to get the second trophy which we believe belongs to the vanua na kuruvarua," Matawalu said.
"Our role is to prepare and work in getting that trophy back."
Outrigger on the Lagoon general manager Peter Hopgood said part of the sponsorship deal was based on incentive.
He said apart from the base match payments, a large portion would be paid out when the team wins the major titles.
"We are putting a bit of responsibility back to the players to win the two trophies," Hopgood said.
"The first three years of sponsorship has provided a wonderful Fijian experience for our guests staying at the resort. Each week we were able to take between 40 and 60 guests to the games and the feedback was tremendous."
"The publicity generated in Australia has been phenomenal with many guests coming to the resort are now enquiring about the rugby games. Fiji rugby is the best in the world being fast, tough and entertaining."
The other businesses houses in Sigatoka that have also signed up to support the Stallions include the Tappoo Group, Presidio Capital, Coastal Rentals, Maui Bay, KBL Buses, Geckos Trucking and Sigatoka Electric.