THE national women's volleyball team made it two for two when they beat Papua New Guinea on Wednesday night by 3-0 at the Pacific Mini Games in Wallis and Futuna.
A day prior to that Fiji had beaten the hosts by the same score in their first game.
Against PNG, Fiji won the first set by 25-10, the second by 25-18 and the third by 25-20 at the Kafika Stadium.
Team coach Kenneth Lidise said PNG were tougher compared to Wallis and Futuna.
"We made a good start but almost didn't make it in the second two sets," he said.
"They has 10 points in the first set and then in the second and third it was 18 and 20 and that shows that they improved with every set."
He said his girls had settled well after the first game and were able to withstand the pressure.
"The girls are OK now with playing in front of huge crowds.
"They are able to perform under pressure and that is very good because they will play in front of this big crowd in every match."
Lidise said they were now looking forward to their match with Nauru today.
"Nauru lost to Tuvalu earlier today (yesterday) but I saw that they were really good.
"Despite their loss, we will not underestimate them. We are treating every game like a final."
Jiko Kotoibuavou who was a late replacement for Ana Seniloli in the squad was the stand-out player for Fiji.
With her height and power spikes, the PNG players were always under pressure.
The 18-year-old former Vunimono High School student will be a key player against Nauru.