27th July 11:04 AM
Poor execution of passes being improved for Samoa test
By Rusiate Baleilevuka
Wednesday 12/07/2017
Flying Fijians wing Benito Masilevu [Photo: Oceania Rugby]

The poor execution of passes is one of the areas that Vodafone Flying Fijians coach John McKee is working on with the players ahead of their Pacific Nations Cup clash this Saturday.

Training to improve passing errors

Basic passing errors cost the national side some tries they should have scored against Tonga last week.

Fiji has played Samoa 50 times and has won 27 times.

They have only had three draws.

Samoa must beat Fiji with a big margin if they are to beat Tonga to the Oceania 2 place and avoid a battle with a European team and potentially also the repechage to qualify.

The Flying Fijians will take on Samoa at 1pm this Saturday at Apia Park in Samoa.

Flying Fijians training in Samoa. Footage: Talei Mow

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