As World Rugby’s – Pacific Nations Cup fever hits Fiji this week, its now time, the Fiji Airways Flying Fijians, put their next opponents, Canada – under the microscope, to see what they’ll be facing, when the whistle blows for kick-off this Saturday.

Rugby Canada’s Assistant Head Coach – Kingsley Jones is looking forward to seeing his players come together, and put into action the work they’ve been doing at the “Al Charron National Training Centre” back home.

Jones says the Pacific Nation Cup is a great team-building effort, and that there’ll be ‘plenty of learning’ the group will achieve, out of the three test series.

Canada last met the Flying Fijians back in 2017, where they lost 57 points to 17, and this will be their chance to hit back, as they have been preparing hard towards the tournament.

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