August 20, 2012
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Nadroga won’t be easy: Rinakama

Naitasiri coach, Reverend Joji Rinakama knows full well that Nadroga won’t be an easy opponent when they meet Saturday in the final of the 2012 Digicel Cup.

“Playing against Nadroga is not new for Naitasiri but at the same time, they won’t be easy to beat at home,” Rinakama said.

He said Nadroga have experience with a great number of national reps. And if Naitasiri are to win, they will need to be accurate in their game.    

“We can’t afford to be giving away possession and committing mistakes.

“They have more experienced players in their team.”

Rinakama said preparing well both mentally and physically is vital to counter the Stallions.

“Preparation has to be done in every aspect for the game. Winning set pieces and line outs will be a must if we are to outplay them in the game

“Gauging on the performance and the result from the Tailevu game we will have to lift our game. We can’t afford to lose focus.”

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