ASSISTANT Fiji Bati coach Jo Rabele has asked members of the Fiji Bati side to stay sober this weekend and be considerate of what they eat.
Eight players who are locals or hold Fiji passports have been camping at the Fiji National Rugby League headquarters in Suva since the Battle of the Bati.
They broke camp on Friday and were allowed to visit family and friends over the weekend.
"I just want them to stay sober and be careful of what they eat," Rabele said.
"It takes many weeks to regain fitness and a weekend of junk food and alcohol can make a huge difference."
He said they wanted players to maintain their fitness for the next few weeks as the Rugby League World Cup was less than a month away.
"Everybody is due back in camp on Monday after lunch.
"Then they will have a three-day camp before they go on their final camp break after which it will be full preparations for the world cup."
The world cup will be held in England and Wales from October 26 to November 30.
The Vodafone Fiji Bati side is drawn in Pool A with Ireland, Australia and England.