Flying Fijians and Queensland Reds prop Peni Ravai is enjoying some valuable game time in this season’s Super Rugby Pacific.

The past three weeks have been quite exciting for the Tailevu man after he featured in games with the Hurricanes, Crusaders and last weekend against the Rebels.

He started in their win over the Crusaders and came off the bench against Hurricanes and Rebels.

Speaking to FBC Sports, Ravai says he’s looking forward to their clash with the Swire Shipping Fijian Drua this weekend.

“Can’t wait to go back there this year, last year we lost so can’t wait to play back at home, don’t know whether this will be my last season but let’s see how it goes.”

Ravai is also thankful to be playing in the Reds front row with former Fiji under 20 prop Alex Hodgeman.

Meanwhile, Fijian Drua Head Coach Mick Byrne says the team’s performance against Western Force was significantly weaker compared to their last game against the Brumbies.

“The game was very disappointing. We just lost our way, and we’ll have a good look at ourselves because this cannot be the team that played the Brumbies last weekend,” Byrne stated.

Despite the setback, Drua remains in eighth place in the standings.

Drua skipper Tevita Ikanivere also shared his dissatisfaction with the game’s outcome.

“We’re quite ashamed of the 48-10 scoreline. We know that we’re a better team than that,” Ikanivere admitted.

Currently, the Drua holds the eighth position with 17 points, closely followed by Western Force, who are just two points behind in ninth.

The team will be looking to regroup and improve in their upcoming matches.

The Drua hosts the Reds at the HFC Bank Stadium on Saturday at 2:05pm.