We need 100 Perry Bakers to, ahem, win.
Kava Place, Waiyavi, Lautoka
Why is there no normal bus service in Lautoka City on Sundays and when will it start?
The question is: are we preparing to make a difference at the 2018 Rugby World Cup 7s?
We know that to win the Olympics it takes more than three years of preparation.
We need to be right on top and better than other teams - but we are not at the moment.
Will 12 months of preparation be enough to reclaim our status as the best 7s rugby playing nation in the world?
Namadi Heights, Suva
It was a very proud moment for all Fijians in the past two days. Firstly, the Super Rugby match on Friday night was viewed in more than 154 countries with about 200 million individuals watching the match live.
At about 9pm on Saturday, a one hour documentary A Cabbie Abroad - Fiji was aired on the BBC channel with the famous archetypal London cab driver, Mason McQueen.
This episode has been broadcast on the BBC channel from 2014, 2016 and the latest on Saturday night.
With more than 300 million audiences on the BBC channel, we can proudly say that our small island nation was displayed to about half a billion viewers around the world in the past two days.
Fiji is a mad-rugby nation and I am optimistic that a very high percentage of our die-hard fans for the abbreviated code could not stomach the end-result of World Rugby's 2016/2017 series.
It's now history, despite the fact that Fiji was a gold medallist at last year's Olympic Games, the record speaks for itself and it is unfortunate Fiji was not at the top of world after the series and that was it. Let us come back to earth and let the responsible house take care with their best ability to rejuvenate our sevens squad for the 2017/2018 series.
Wailevu, MacuataHome | Top