GUIDING a team to a third semi-final in a row is not an easy task.
It demands commitment, dedication and sacrifice. But the satisfactory feeling of making a team proud is always the passion that drives Salimoni Ravouvou to greater heights.
The soft-spoken Suva provincial rugby 15s coach has the Farebrother-Sullivan trophy under his belt and will be aiming to add the Digicel Cup title.
Last year, Suva lost to a powerful Nadroga pack in the final. Ravouvou managed to avenge the loss by winning the Farebrother-Sullivan trophy from the Stallions.
Heading, into tonight's game, Ravouvou feels the pressure and intensity of the task against Nadi.
He may have a calm look, but he is not at peace inside until the mission is accomplished against the Jetsetters.
"This is not an easy game for us," Ravouvou said.
"This will be our third semi-final in a row. We have worked hard for it but I keep telling the boys that this is a huge task. They know about it and definitely we know that the whole community of Suva will be backing us in this game.
"We want the players to know how important this game is. It is do-or-die and we are looking forward to it."