Super Rugby Pacific | Drua Rotuisolia upbeat about facing Moana Pasifika

Fijian Drua player Ratu Leone Rotuisolia speaks to the media after the captains run at Prince Charles Park in Nadi. Picture: REINAL CHAND

Swire Shipping Fijian Drua lock Leone Rotuisolia who is expected to come off the bench against the Moana Pasifika today in round 14 of Super Rugby Pacific clash says the boys are aware that the Moana Pasifika side would be a tough nut to crack.

“We all have to muster ourselves that it will be a tough battle and we have prepared for it,” he said.

Rotuisolia stressed that the team was aware how important a win would be in their chances to make the top eight of the Super Rugby Pacific standings after round 15.

“We know that we would need come out firing in order to get a win.”

The imposing forward has also debuted for the Flying Fijians in the Autumn Nations test series in November last year.

He also took to the field, seven-times for the Drua this season in which he has started five games.

Rotuisolia also scored a try against the Queensland Reds in their 24-27 loss in round four of the Super Rugby Pacific this season.

The match kicks-off at 2.05pm at Churchill Park in Lautoka.

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