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Discipline on track for Drua

Swire Shipping Fijian Drua Head Coach Mick Byrne has spoken out about the recent discipline issues that have affected the team and says they will try their best to ensure discipline is right on track tomorrow.

“The players were frustrated, I must admit it was a frustrating game against the Rebels, and after the game, I myself got frustrated, but we just got to be better than that.”

Byrne further emphasized the team’s awareness of the repercussions of poor discipline and assured that measures are being taken to address these issues.

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“We understand what the consequences are when we don’t get it right, we’ll do everything we can to ensure it doesn’t happen again,” he added.

As the Drua prepare to face the Hurricanes, the focus is on maintaining composure and ensuring that discipline issues do not undermine their efforts on the field.

Simran Chand
Simran Chand
Journalist | news@fijilive.com

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