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Key areas for Drua

Peni Komaisavai
Friday, November 03, 2017

FIJI Airways Drua coach Senirusi Seruvakula said they would be working with their players to understand and be focused in tackling problematic game situation areas.

He downplayed any thought of their players being too cautious in a sense; they feared conceding penalties and hence affecting their approach towards the game.

And he added they lost against Sydney Rays last week because of the number of mistakes they made during their match.

"Players just need to focus and they need to understand how we tackle those zones. Those are the areas that we will be working on before we fly out on Friday (today)," Seruvakula said.

Speaking of last week's game Seruvakula said: "We started in the last 20 minutes and we came back but it was too late."

The team will fly out for Australia today. The Drua and Queensland Country will play on Sunday.

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