Rauluni sticks to free-flowing style ahead of crucial match against Rebels

Rauluni sticks to free-flowing style ahead of crucial match against Rebels

By Rashika Kumar
Saturday 13/04/2024
Source : Fijian Drua

As the Rooster Chicken Fijian Drua Women’s side head into a crucial match against the Rebels in round 5 of the Super Rugby Women’s competition, coach Mosese Rauluni is not looking to change their free-flowing and off-loading style of rugby anytime soon.

Rauluni says there is a game plan set and the players can sometimes go off the mark a bit but they are playing what they are seeing and it is good.

The coach says sometimes the 50-50 passes stick and sometimes they don’t but they will not go away from that as sometimes it has paid off quite well for them.

He adds they are getting better when to give and hold the ball.

A win against the Rebels will confirm a home semi final for the Drua next Friday and a first-ever Super Rugby knockout game to be held in Fiji.

The Drua play the Rebels in Melbourne at 7.05pm tonight.

In another game tonight, the Brumbies take on the Western Force at 4.35pm.

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