Georgia is out for a strong finish in their first ever Pacific Nations Cup.
Head Coach Milton Hague says they are glad to be part of the competition and to be playing against Fiji- as they are pooled together in the next years Rugby World Cup.
After 37 hours of traveling and half way around the world the Georgia side arrived into Nadi looking focused at the task at hand, for the first time they are included in the Pacific Nations Cup.
The side is back with some good memories from two years back when they defeated Fiji in a test match, and they are hoping to replicate that this time around.
Their PNC match against Fiji will be a dress rehearsal as Georgia and Fiji are in the same pool at the rugby world cup next year.
Georgia will play Fiji, Samoa and Tonga in the PNC competition.