4 Mar 2011

Warriors hoping for winning return in Dunedin

10:18 am on 4 March 2011

The Pacific Rugby Cup resumes this evening with Fiji Warriors wanting to bounce back from a disappointing end to the Australian leg of the tournament.

After winning their opening two matches the Warriors were beaten 30-28 by the Brumby Runners in Canberra on Monday.

They've also had deal with tonight's match against the Crusader Knights team being moved from Christchurch to Carisbrook in Dunedin, as a result of last week's devastating earthquake.

Fiji Warriors coach Sam Domoni says there isn't much they can do about the reshuffling and he's confident they've addressed the problems that led to Monday's defeat.

"The last things that we've been concentrating on is just communication and just our judgement on things. We're looking forward to the game to get the New Zealand leg underway. We gave away a few penalties that got them back into the game - just a lapse of concentration and poor judgement. We're polished on that and should be a good game on Friday night."

Tonga A are also in action tonight against the Chiefs development side in Pukekohe, while Samoa A play the Hurricanes development team in Wellington tomorrow.