Predictions for the 2023 Super Rugby Moana Pasifika vs Fijian Drua
Predictions for the Super Rugby match between Moana Pasifika vs Fijian Drua on Saturday (03:35 GMT) The ‘battle of the Pacific’ will take place at Mt Smart Stadium when Fijian Drua and the newest member of the Super Rugby Pacific League square off. Are you planning to attend to support the Moana Pacific during their second competition season? Here, you may now purchase tickets.
On Saturday, February 25, the Moana Pasifika will begin their 2023 DHL Super Rugby Pacific season at home against the Fijian Drua.
This weekend, the sights and sounds of the Pacific will be on full display at Mount Smart Stadium. One lucky ticket winner will receive a trip for four to Fiji-thanks to-Fiji Airways, which will heighten the excitement.
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Thousands of fans are anticipated to attend the game, which has been called “the Battle of the Pacific,” to cheer on their favorite teams, with a portion of the earnings going to the Red Cross to aid those affected by Cyclone Gabrielle.
Get your tickets for this Saturday, February 25’s Battle of the Pacific at Mount Smart Stadium to enter to win a trip to Fiji! At the northern end of the stadium, the FieFie Zone will be introduced by Moana Pasifika at 4:30 p.m. This event is appropriate for the whole family. Customers will enjoy a festival-like ambiance complete with performances, food trucks, market stalls, and other attractions.
Although it is still in its infancy, the bond between Moana Pasifika and the Fijian Drua has been compared to a brotherhood. The competitors are fiercely competitive about who controls the Pacific Islands, but they have the utmost regard for one another.
A capable squad has been selected by head coach Aaron Mauger for the 2023 DHL Super Rugby Pacific season-opener.
Ezekiel Lindenmuth, who has the most Moana Pasifika caps, will start at loosehead prop alongside internationals Samiuela Moli and Sosefo (Joe) ‘Apikotoa from the ‘Ikale Tahi.
Mahonri Ngakuru will start at lock in his debut season under contract with Super Rugby Pacific and pair with Samuel Slade of Manu Samoa in the second row.