NATIONAL under-20 coach Sale Sorovaki has told the 28-member national squad to come prepared for the five-day camp.
Sorovaki named the players last week and the names were revealed to the media yesterday with the ruggers called to join camp tomorrow.
He said all the hard work would be done in the next five weeks before the International Rugby Board Junior World Championship (JWC) to be held in June in South Africa.
"This is the beginning of the five-week preparation for the JWC," Sorovaki said.
"The boys here will have to come in on Tuesday (tomorrow), a couple of others will come in a few days later and two guys will join us on May 14," he said.
"We ask the selected players to please come in prepared because the next five weeks will be a big challenge for all of us as all. The hard work needs to be done within this camp."
Included in the squad are former national sevens team member Avenisi Vasuinubu and national sevens team trialists, Matayavusa Lea.
Sorovaki has reminded the players who were not selected to not lose 'heart'. We can only take 28 players and the selection process was difficult, the final decision was hard to make but it was one that we had to make.
"To the other players who were not selected, we would like to tell them to not lose heart and to continue training. This is because there may be other opportunities in the future and you never know, we might have to go back for them in case players in the squad get injured," Sorovaki said.
The following selected players are to meet at Rugby House at 12.30pm tomorrow (May 1) with their sulu vakataga, shirt and tie, bula shirt, sandals, relevant training gear and toiletries:
Alex Hodgman, Petero Tivitivi, Ratulame Leawanavanua, Semi Keli, Aminasi Laveta, Etuati Qadrodro, Jale Sassen, Temo Raibevu, Esikia Macu, Joketani Raikabula, Ledua Ratumuri, Sakeasi Kautoga, Meli Baivatu, Aca Simolo, Sitiveni Nawaqa, Seru Cavuilati, Sakiusa Gavidi, Michael Little, Matayavusa Lea, Samu Kerevi, Sevanaia Galala, Josua Kerevi, Atunaisa Masirewa, Tikilaci Vuibau, Hamish Barton, Timoci Seruwalu, Avenisi Vasuinubu, Elia Ratucove.