THE MH Red Rock 7s side won its own tournament yesterday, thrashing the Suva Stallions 21-0 in the final.
In a one-sided affair at the Suva Grammar School grounds, the Qauia-based side displayed high level of skills and determination.
Red Rock was using the event to prepare for the Central Coast 7s tournament which will be played in Australia next weekend.
Team coach Lote Rasiga said they were expecting 24 teams to participate but less than 15 showed up.
But he wasn't deterred and went on with the tournament despite the last minute change in venue.
"We were supposed to play at Albert Park but the recent rain meant the grounds there were unavailable," Rasiga said.
"So we played at the Grammar grounds and we did manage to have a good tournament."
He said he had identified some flaws which would need to be ironed out before his side departs for Australia on Thursday.
"Just some areas in defence and a few other weaknesses that need touching up.
"We now have a fair idea of what we need to do and we will work on that in the next few days."
Red Rock has never played at the Central Coast before but Rasiga said they were looking to expose their new players to international competition.
"We have a good build-up for the Central Coast 7s. We played in the Nakelo 7s where we lost in the final to Hideaway Hurricanes and now we have played and won our own tournament."