The strength of concrete to be launched against hills

He’s a concrete worker by trade, but concrete-worker Warren-Fusayako wants to do everything he can to make his second in Super Rugby come a long way.

Warren-Fusayako was working as a concrete worker in Sydney last month before answering an SOS call from Force coach Simon Krohn to join the Perth franchise on a short-term injury deal.

The 27-year-old was straight into the starting line-up for last week’s 21-18 win over Moana Pacifica, and will start again in Sunday’s clash with the Highlanders in Invercargill.

Warren-Vosayaco previously played for the Sunwolves in Super Rugby, and spent time on the sidelines for the Waratahs.

He wants to make sure his stay on the force is not short.

“Everyone would like to have a full contract, but with that being said, I’m one to live in the moment,” he said.

“I’m here in New Zealand for the next three weeks and I have to make the most of these opportunities.

“A month before that, I was casting concrete. To be here and to have these opportunities is massive for me.

“It’s a lot of focus on making the most of these opportunities.”

The Force are 2-1 after beating the Rebels and Moana either side of an embarrassing 71-20 loss to the Queensland Reds.

The Highlanders sit at the bottom of the table after opening their season with heavy losses to the Blues (60-20), Crusaders (52-15) and Chiefs (28-7).

But there is plenty of talent in the Highlanders roster, and they will be looking to take on Australian opposition for the first time this season.

Crohn wasn’t happy with many aspects of last week’s win over Moana, and he wants to see a smarter performance against the Highlanders.

“It’s a case we gave them too much ball. It was a rugby-brained decision[that let us down],” Crone said.

“We gave them the ball by either kicking it or trying to empty it when it wasn’t on.

“So it’s just about the decisions we make in the crucial moments of the game.

“We talked a lot this week about situational awareness. I expect us to have better ground control and possession than we did last week.”

The Force, who will face the Blues and Hurricanes during their three-game tour of New Zealand, has been bolstered by the return of captain Michael Wells from concussion.

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