FORMER ACT rugby player Graham Hughes said he enjoyed watching Saturday's Digicel Cup final at Lawaqa Park where Nadroga won 21-12 over Suva.
"It was a good standard of rugby, fast and not much interference by the referee," said Hughes who is spending his holidays at the Outrigger on the Lagoon Hotel in Korotogo near Sigatoka.
The former ACT rugby player hung his rugby boots in 1982 after playing over 100 matches for his state rugby team.
"I played more then a 100 games for ACT which was a record before George Gregan took over from me and I presented the prize to Gregan on the day he achieved it."
He also represented the Australian Barbarians team where they had some Wallaby players such as Steve Williams and Roger Gould.
He said the game at Sigatoka yesterday was played in good spirit.
Another Australian tourist Matt Harris, who is also a former rugby player, said it was a very combative game.
"The two sides went at it like war but the Stallions were more composed and came away with the cup.
"Fiji rugby is fast and furious," said Harris.
A good number of tourists were enjoying the Digicel Cup final with the majority from the Outrigger hotel while some guests from the Shagri la Hotel and the Natadola's Continental hotel were also cheering both teams.
More then 5000 spectators watched the game with the Laselase meke group providing entertainment during the break and Fiji's famous rugby female supporter Bu Kini cracking some jokes on the grandstand.