Best still yet to come for Fijian Drua Women

Best still yet to come for Fijian Drua Women

By Mosese Raqio
Sunday 21/04/2024

Rooster Chicken Fijian Drua Women’s coach Mosese Rauluni says they are still yet to get to their best after their performance against the Western Force in the Super Rugby Women’s semi final last Friday was not what he was expecting from his players.

Rauluni says they made a few poor-decision making in that game that could have proved too costly for them, but he says the players managed to come back stronger in the second half.

He says they missed 11 points in kicking alone which could have also made a big difference in the game.

The Drua women now turn their focus to next weekend’s Super Rugby Women’s final against the Waratahs in Queensland and are hoping to turn the table around this time after the Waratahs thrashed the Drua Women 62-21 in Lautoka last month.

The Drua Women will take on the Waratahs at 4pm next Sunday.

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