20th September 12:36 PM
Drua captain says they are working as a team to improve their discipline on and off the field
By Timoci Qaranivalu
Tuesday 28/08/2018
Fiji Drua at a training session

New Fiji Airways Drua Captain Mosese Voka says they are working as a team to improve their discipline on and off the field.

Discipline was their major downfall last year with one example being their match against the Sydney Rays last October where the Drua gave away 15 penalties.

In their first home match in Lawaqa Park last season against the New South Wales Country Eagles, the Drua played the second half with just 13 players after two yellow cards.

Voka who played for the Flying Fijians in the Pacific Nations Cup this year says the team has been very supportive since his appointment as captain.

Voka says Melbourne Rising will come prepared for revenge after their 45-24 defeat to the Fijian Drua last season.

The Drua will face Melbourne Rising at 3pm this Saturday at Ratu Cakobau Park and you can catch the live commentary on Viti FM on 92.2FM.

The curtain raiser match will be between the Fiji Legends against the Classic Wallabies at 2pm.

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