THE Naitasiri Northern Bulls rugby team is hoping to develop a winning team in the B division rugby competition.
Making a return after a lapse of 15 years, the Bulls will not leave any stone unturned when the competition starts next week.
And coached by former Naitasiri coach Manasa Radrotini, the Bulls should not be taken lightly despite making their first appearance with a whole new generation of players.
"It is not easy to start again," Radrotini said.
"We started with nothing but here we have formed this team.
"Last year we started our club competition and this year we have entered the B division competition.
"Our aim is to get back up there within the next three years."
Radrotini has been moulding his players at the famous Naluwai grounds.
It was where rugby ended for the Bulls, 15 years ago. Now it is a birth place for the new generation of players.
He said he worked on the players' match fitness for the past couple of weeks.
Radrotini who guided Naitasiri to double victory in 2001 said he was glad to be back at the helm for the Bulls this season.
"It is good to be back and coach the team. I have seen the talents within our area and my goal is to develop these players to be better in the future."
He said the B division would be a huge exposure for the side.
"It is going to be the first time for some players to play in the B division."