THE national sevens side will travel to the Pacific Mini Games in Wallis and Futuna with only 10 players.
This was confirmed by interim Fiji 7s coach Alivereti Dere, who said three players were dropped while one was ruled out by the doctor.
Sakiusa Gavidi, Apisai Domolailai and Ratu Meli Kurisaru have been dropped while Jasa Veremalua is still recovering from an injury.
"The three Nadroga players were dropped for disciplinary reasons," Dere said.
"We have told the Fiji Rugby Union (FRU) of our reasons for dropping these players and Jasa Veremalua's medical report shows he cannot play for another few weeks."
He said new players such as Kelepi Namoua and Mosese Saunivanua would get a chance to prove their worth.
"I know it will be difficult with 10 players but the players need to understand that indiscipline will not be tolerated.
"By playing for Nadroga, the three players showed the national squad management that they prefer to play for their district rather than the national side so they have been dropped.
"At the same time, the new players will get a chance to show their talent. They have been with the squad for a while now and I am confident they can play as a team at the mini games," Dere said.
Veremalua has backed the team to win gold at the event saying the players have enough motivation.
"I have faith in the side to win," he said.
"The players know what is expected of them and they have the talent so I wish them all the best for the tournament."
The lanky forward has four more months to recuperate from torn ligaments in his knees before he can play again.
He said he was still trying to negotiate an overseas contract with overseas club agents.
Ledua Rarumuri, Emosi Mulevoro, Donasio Naturaga, Benito Masilevu, Jone Vota, Beniamino Maravu, Mosese Varamusu, Mosese Saunivanua, Kelepi Namoua,Leo Naikasau.