SUVA Rugby Union wants harsher penalties on players who fail to adhere to the call for national duties.
The union has also lashed out at the Fiji Rugby Union games committee for the decision it made regarding the players that were dropped from the Fiji 7s team for the Pacific Mini Games after they failed to adhere to team management protocol.
These players however were allowed to play for their province in the Farebrother-Sullivan Trophy challenge.
FRU in a statement yesterday defended the decision adding it "recognises the concerns raised by the Suva Rugby Union and we agree that stiff penalties must be issued to provinces that put their interest first before Fiji's call for national duty".
"The current policy which is under review does not allow that."
SRU chairman Francis Kean said the excuse that there was no policy in place to discipline these players "is a farce".
He was disappointed with the games committee chairman for not wanting to hear their appeal when a controversial decision was made last week on Friday at the Rugby House. Why wasn't the complainant called in to present their case?
Why was this case left for Friday when the complaint was raised on Monday?" Kean questioned.