APART from numerous specialities, there is something unique about this Vodafone Fiji Bati team for the Rugby League World Cup which starts at the end of this month in England.
It has a "band of brothers" that has joined forces to bolster the national team's campaign in the world cup.
The Simms — Ashton, Tariq and Korbin, the Naiqamas — Wes and Kevin, the Millards — Darryl and Ryan and the Tanis — Alipate and Kaliova —are part of history.
Fiji is the only team in the RLWC that will feature four sets of brothers.
For the younger Naiqama, Kevin, being one of the four brothers is a "real humbling" experience.
The 24-year-old Newcastle Knights winger is ready to play his first world cup and hopes the "brotherly bond" will help the side achieve its goal.
"It's a great honour. I guess it's a good thing for Fiji and good thing for rugby league and I'm pretty sure all of us are excited to play. It will be a great experience," Kevin said.
Kevin said his elder brother Wes, who skippered the national team to a top four finish in the 2008 RLWC, was quite inspirational in his selection for the world cup.
"It's definitely exciting. I'm really privileged to represent my country. This is my first world cup and its really humbling, players at the last world cup have set good standards and from that I think rugby league is growing little bit more in Fiji which is good.
"It's also good to see more NRL players (from Fiji) now in Australia.
"We got a good squad and hopefully we can bring it together come world cup time."
Kevin believes this year's team is much better than the one that lost in the semi-finals to the Kangaroos in 2008.
"Don't want to put too much expectation on the team because you put them under too much pressure," he said.
"Our first priority is Ireland which is our first game so we are not looking past that. We know how important winning that game is to get into the semis.
"We definitely got a better and bigger squad and there is nothing stopping us from achieving what happened in the last world cup."