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Flying Fijians determined to finish RWC pool stage on a high as they finalise preparations for match against Wales

Flying Fijians determined to finish RWC pool stage on a high as they finalise preparations for match against Wales

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Tuesday 08/10/2019
Flyign Fijians during their training in Osaka

The Fiji Airways Flying Fijians are determined to finish the pool stage of the Rugby World Cup on a high as they finalise preparations for their match against Wales tomorrow.

Flying Fijians coach, John McKee says the team is looking to build and step up again when they meet the current 6 Nations Champions.

He says they see this final pool game as both a challenge and an opportunity and it's important to finish on a high note.

He adds Wales presents a challenge for them as they have a very good defensive system and work rate so Fiji will need to work hard to create scoring opportunities for themselves.

The Flying Fijians face Wales in their final pool match at 9.45pm tomorrow.

Looking at tonight's match, South Africa will face Canada at 10.15pm.


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