The Flying Fijians completed their Rugby World Cup build-up with a 47-18 thrashing of Canada in London.
Nikola Matawalu and Waisea Nayacalevu both dotted down twice as Fiji ran in five tries to three.
Nemani Nadolo added 22 points off the boot, while Netani Talei was yellow carded during the second half.
Flying Fijians coach John McKee says it was good to get 80 minutes under their belts and blow out some cobwebs.
"We really needed that game today. It's a month since the end of the Pacific Nations Cup so you can do a lot of things in training and you can do a lot of fitness work but it doesn't really replicate what actually happens in a game so today was very good for us".
John McKee says there are no injury concerns from the Canada game, which is pleasing.
The Flying Fijians open their World Cup campaign against hosts England at Twickenham in just under two weeks time.
Meanwhile Samoa and Tonga also had victories against Wasps and Romania at the weekend.