The Samoa rugby side took a different approach in their preparation towards their Pacific Nations Cup challenge, this week.

The players were at the Sukuna Park in Suva this morning with the Great Commission church through their Care Ministry in feeding the homeless and street kids in Suva.

Players handed out sandwiches and hot cups of tea which brough smiles to the underprivileged.

Most of the players did this for the first time as they prepare to take on Tonga tomorrow.

Even the homeless were surprised when they were introduced to the Samoan players.

Samoa will face Tonga at 1pm on Saturday at the ANZ Stadium in Suva in round two of the Pacific Nations Cup.

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