The national women's volleyball side kept its winning streak against Wallis and Futuna intact when they beat them 3-0 in their first match at the Pacific Mini Games on Tuesday.
Fiji won the first set 25-18, 25-16 in the second and 25-17 in the third.
The clash was revenge match for Wallis and Futuna for they had lost all three games when they came for a tour to Fiji two months ago.
A huge crowd gathered at Kafika Stadium to the cheer on the home side and in one corner, some Team Fiji athletes and officials screamed the loudest during the match.
After the match, Fiji coach Kenneth Lidise said they knew the style of the Wallis and Futuna team.
He said their tour two months ago had helped both teams a lot.
"We knew their playing style because we had played three matches against them," Lidise said.
"So we knew what to expect because they used their tour to Fiji to gauge their strength and weaknesses and so did we."
He said the Wallis and Futuna team were stronger compared to two months ago but they still lacked the basics.
"The basics is very important and we stuck to that.
"We had been working a lot on the basics and so that is why our defence stood firm and composed and our attack was given a lot of quality balls to work with."
Lidise commended the workrate of the younger girls in the squad.
"These young girls are the ones who made their debut for Fiji during the Wallis and Futuna tour and here today (Tuesday) they stepped up.
"For some of them it was their first international match at this level and I was really happy with they way they remained composed during the match even though the Wallis and Futuna fans were cheering so loudly."
Fiji was playing Papua New Guinea last night when this edition went to press.