Drua Women needs to be sharp on their cleanouts against Waratahs in the final - Rauluni

Drua Women needs to be sharp on their cleanouts against Waratahs in the final - Rauluni

By Mosese Raqio
Saturday 20/04/2024

The Rooster Chicken Fijian Drua Women will need to be really sharp on their cleanouts when they face the NSW Waratahs next Sunday in the Super Rugby Women's final.

Coach Mosese Rauluni says this is one area that they need to work on knowing the Waratahs will be hard on the ball.

Rauluni says they will need two to three players to clean out when one player carries the ball forward making sure that they get the ball back.

He says the ball is going to be the most important thing next week and they need to protect it as much as they can.

Rauluni says in their match against the Force last night, they let their opponent into the game quite a lot and missed a lot of opportunities.

The Drua Women will take on the Waratahs at 4pm in Queensland.

Meanwhile, the Swire Shipping Fijian Drua will take on Moana Pasifika at 2.05pm next Saturday at Churchill Park, Lautoka in round 10 of the Shop N Save Super Rugby Pacific competition.

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