DEFENCE will be the key in tomorrow's Fiji Secondary School Rugby League semi-final clash between arch rivals Ratu Kadavulevu School Eels and Queen Victoria School Knights.
The duel is expected to be a mouth-watering clash as RKS will be out to defend its title against its neighbour.
QVS on the other hand will be confident after edging the defending champion 14-10 during their round robin clash.
However RKS will use the loss to motivate them in a bid to defend the title they won last year.
"We have learned a lot of things from our previous meeting with QVS. We are the defending champions and we will not want to let go of the trophy so easily," said technical adviser Pena Qalituraga.
He said his players were urged to strictly follow the game plan.
Qalituraga said the encounter would not be an easy tussle for his boys.
"Defence will be the key in this game.
"We have been telling the players to follow the game -plan well and follow the rules of the game.
"The last time we played we lost because we did not play according to the game -plan and the players wanted to be above the rules of the game," he said.
"Now we want to be cautious about that and we are looking forward to a good clash," Qalituraga added.
The match kicks-off at 3.20pm.
In the other semi-final, Nasinu Panthers takes on John Wesley Sea Eagles at 2pm.