THE Nasinu Kaji team is hoping to win at least two grade titles at this year's Milo Kaji competition.
The four-day competition which starts today will draw district teams from all over the country.
Nasinu Kaji which will be represented by nine schools this year will defend the under-10 grade title which they won last year.
Team official and U12 coach Solomone Driso said they were fielding strong teams in all the grades.
He said their U11 and U14 teams had good chances of winning the title this year.
"We have a team each in all the grades from U9 to U13. In U14, we are fielding two teams because of the number of players we have in this grade," Driso said.
"We are probably fielding the strongest teams this year. We had a very tough competition during the zones and we faced a tough time selecting the players in the final team."
Driso said their toughest competition would be Suva, Nadroga, Tailevu and Cakaudrove.
"We are not underestimating smaller districts because they are the ones who surprise bigger teams in the competition."