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Naveen Dutt, Wainibokasi
Saturday, January 27, 2018

With the Sydney Sevens kicking off already, all eyes will be glued to the silver screens to see the performance of our gladiators this weekend.

It was disappointing, however, that we lost some important games in the dying stages in the previous leg and repetitions of those errors would seriously haunt the nation.

Baber must mastermind and work out a game plan to counter all forms of rivalry this weekend.

I think discipline, solid defence and lethal attacks will surely determine our win.

Of course, consistency must be maintained.

The boys must return to the battlefield fully energised for some extraordinary rugby and become flying Fijians as they are renowned for.

The new kids on the battlefield must bubble with confidence and pride. We cannot afford to keep losing.

All the best boys… Sydney is where we should rise.

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