“Fijian Drua Players Show Strong Bond Before All Blacks Showdown”

FIJI Water Flying Fijians Head Coach Mick Byrne expressed his satisfaction with the strong bond between Fijian Drua and overseas-based players as they prepare for their major clash against the All Blacks in San Diego next weekend.

Byrne highlighted that the players are highly connected, and the unique bonding in camp has significantly boosted their spirits.

He emphasized that the players respect each other and exhibit a strong sense of unity and brotherhood, with each member supporting one another both on and off the field.

“There is a lot of positivity in the camp and definitely the energy is high. The Fijian boys are known for their smiles and being happy all the time, so the morale is definitely high as we work on our strategies to tackle the All Blacks,” Byrne said.

The former Fijian Drua mentor believes that significant test matches, such as the one against the All Blacks, will adequately prepare the national team for upcoming challenges, including the 2027 Rugby World Cup.

The Flying Fijians are set to face New Zealand at 3 am next Saturday (Fiji Time).

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