Fiji Time: 12:02 AM on Monday 18 December

Fiji Times Logo

/ Front page / News

Limited time fails to dampen Fiji Bati spirit

ALISI VUCAGO
Friday, October 13, 2017

Update: 11:53AM THE limited training time they had did not dampen the Vodafone Fiji Bati's spirit to play their best at tomorrow's Pacific Tri-Nations Test in Suva against the Papua New Guinea Kumuls and the Australian Kangaroos.

At this morning's Captains run at the ANZ National Stadium, Fiji Bati captain Kevin Naiqama said preparations for the event had surpassed his expectations.

"This is the first time that we are playing together and we have only had three training sessions to prepare and with that limited time, I thought we've done as good as we could have, given we've had only a little time to work with," Naiqama said.

"Everyone is going to run this week which is good, the boys are just looking forward to getting out there and representing their country.

"Our main focus is our defense, getting our spacing right and also our structure, just executing our plays."

» Comment on this story








Fiji Times Front Page Thumbnail

Kaila Front Page ThumbnailFiji Times & Kaila Frontpage PDF Downloads

Use the free Acrobat Reader to view.

Westpac
Code Inward TTs Outward TTs
CAD 0.62560.6066
JPY 55.611352.6113
GBP 0.36370.3557
EUR 0.41590.4039
NZD 0.70740.6744
AUD 0.64210.6171
USD 0.49240.4754

from

$0.00

Exchange Rate updated on 15th, December, 2017

Today's Most Read Stories

  1. Youngster pens letter to Donald Trump
  2. Locked out
  3. Chief lies in state
  4. Caught by surprise
  5. Raj stands firm
  6. ATS strike unlawful: Usamate
  7. Navala, fight or war
  8. Rising sea level forces families to move
  9. New eatery for pizza lovers
  10. Probe into inmate's escape

Top Stories this Week

  1. 'Daylight robbery' Wednesday (13 Dec)
  2. Ravai tells all Saturday (16 Dec)
  3. Joy turns into sorrow Friday (15 Dec)
  4. Youngster pens letter to Donald Trump Sunday (17 Dec)
  5. Shattered Tuesday (12 Dec)
  6. Cheika rates Fiji Wednesday (13 Dec)
  7. SOCIAL MEDIA Alleged racist comments inquiry Monday (11 Dec)
  8. Kalouniwai: Fiji soldiers not affected Wednesday (13 Dec)
  9. Tabuya denial Tuesday (12 Dec)
  10. 'Happy' with results Thursday (14 Dec)