Fijian Drua wing turn 7s player Selestino Ravutaumada says he is following his heart.

Ravutaumada got his first taste of the abbreviated version of the game Tuesday against Australia and was impressive as he added some attacking arsenal to the side.

Speaking to the media in Lautoka, the 24 year old said that he loves to play 15s but has always wanted to try 7s.

Stino commonly known by many fans says he enjoyed his first scrimmage against the Aussies at Churchill Park.

“Yeah, it’s very different on our fitness-wise. I’m trying to get back into my fitness, and hopefully I’ll get there before the team gets picked.”

The elusive winger also said that competition within the team is high as there are a lot of talented players.

Ravutaumada scored two tries Tuesday and also showcased his lightning quick feet and off the mark start.

Fiji’s attacking ability was on full display, highlighted by standout performances from Napolioni Bolaca and Drua wing Selestino Ravutaumada.

Ravutaumada was impressive, matching Bolaca’s feat with two tries of his own.

His lightning-quick feet and explosive starts off the blocks left a lasting impression, likely earning nods of approval from head coach Osea Kolinisau.

The two sides will have another warm up match today in Lautoka.