PACIFIC Sports Academy general manager Steve McLellan expects more overseas teams to use their facilities for training camps in the future.
This is after the Canberra Raiders under-18 team spent one week at the Nadi-based academy.
The side also got a chance to play two matches against the Pacific Sports Academy team.
The visitors won the matches convincingly 52-12 and 48-0.
McLellan said they had some generous people sponsoring their players.
"Three players were identified from Navosa after Jay Whyte from Sigatoka River Safari organised a trip to Navosa High School where some skill and fitness assessments were conducted," McLellan said.
"The Navosa players attachment at the academy became a reality following the generous support from Jay who sponsored two players into the program while Gary and Charlotte Barnett from Geotech Drilling sponsored another.
"Our other sponsors are Col Mathews Motors Australia, Canberra Raiders, Sigatoka Electric and JR White.
"The Raiders played two games here and also got an opportunity to travel down to the Coral Coast to visit Namatakula Village, the home of one of the Raiders former stars Noa Nadruku.
"Fiji is a viable destination for overseas teams to conduct training camps. We hope to start a long and mutually rewarding partnership with the Raiders after this visit."
The Raiders U18 return to Australia today.