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Discipline Key For Warriors: Voka

Fijian Warriors captain Mosese Voka believes maintaining discipline against Tonga A will give them a good chance of defending the 2018 World Rugby Pacific Challenge title tomorrow. The Viwa, Yasawa
16 Mar 2018 11:00
Discipline Key For Warriors: Voka
Fijian Warriors captain Mosese Voka on March 15, 2018. Photo: Nacanieli Tuilevuka

Fijian Warriors captain Mosese Voka believes maintaining discipline against Tonga A will give them a good chance of defending the 2018 World Rugby Pacific Challenge title tomorrow.

The Viwa, Yasawa native played an instrumental role in the Warriors side in the first two rounds at the ANZ Stadium in Suva.

He led by example as they defeated Samoa A 33-21 and walloped Junior Japan 28-3 on Tuesday.

Voka said the players continued to work hard in camp and during training as they focussed on a strong finish at the ANZ Stadium tomorrow.

“The boys continue to sacrifice and give their all during training as we aim for a strong finish against Tonga A,” Voka said.

“Our objective was to maintain discipline, execute our game plan and stern on defence.”

The lanky lock was impressed with the development of young players in the country.

“The boys have adapted well to the system, they are very fast learners,” he said.

The Fijian Warriors will take on Tonga A at 3pm while Junior Japan face Samoa A at 1.30pm.

Edited by Osea Bola     

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