May 10, 2022
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Moana Pasifika is improving weekly: Byrne

Swire Shipping Fijian Drua Head Coach Mick Byrne says Moana Pasifika is improving week by week in Super Rugby Pacific and will surely be a very tough opponent on Saturday.
Byrne said they are expecting a good clash from the side and believes a lot of emotions will flow as the two cultural heritage teams meet.
"Big weekend for us against one of the two new teams that revitalized Super Rugby."
"We're really looking forward to putting on the show this week."
"They've been improving every week, like yourselves, learning more about the game and learning more about ourselves."
"I think there'll be a great show in Sydney this weekend. And I know our players, I've spoken to a few other people over the last couple of weeks."
"They're really looking forward to the weekend and showcasing Pacific Island talent."
The Drua vs Moana match kicks off at 4.35pm at CommBank Stadium, Parramatta,.
By Romeka Romena  

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