Swire Shipping Fijian Drua captain Nemani Nagusa says playing against a champion side like the Crusaders, it is important to take all the learnings they can get from the game.
The Drua were hammered 61-3 by the Crusaders in Christchurch last night.
Nagusa says they missed out on a few opportunities and had to pay for that.
Fiji-born Sevu Reece and Tom Cristie scored two tries each for the Crusaders while Leicester Fainga'anuku, Sam Whitelock, George Bridge and Fergus Burke got a try each.
Drua’s only points came through Teti Tela as he converted a penalty in the 6th minute.
Selestino Ravutaumada was shown a yellow card for a head collision with Braydon Ennor.
The Drua will meet the Chiefs at 3pm next Saturday at Churchill Park.
Meanwhile, the Reds defeated Moana Pasifika 34-22 at Suncorp Stadium.
In the matches today, the Chiefs will play the Force at 4.35pm, the Hurricanes take on the Rebels at 7.05pm and the Brumbies play the Blues at 9.45pm. The Highlanders take on the Waratahs at 3.35pm tomorrow.
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