WATCHING them on the field was confusing.
Their workrate was equally the same, their running style is no different, they scored a try each to end it on a twin note.
Openside flanker Peni Narube and his twin sibling Emosi played key roles in Queen Victoria School's demolition of Tilak High School 60-3 in the under-15 Tier One quarter-final at Buckhurst Park yesterday.
Peni and Emosi who played at number eight were a thorn to the Tilak defence.
Proud dad Peni Narube Sr said he was overwhelmed to see his two sons playing together.
"We hardly see twins playing alongside each other and watching my two sons is such a joy to me," he said.
The twins hail from Navutu Village from Nadroga.
"I want them to see my boys play in the QVS U18 Deans team and then to wear the Fiji jumper."
He said his advice to his sons who are Year 10 students at QVS was to give their best at all times.
"I always remind them to play their best when it's time to play and focus on school work when its in the classroom."
He said he wished his two gladiators a grand game in the semi-final.