Seven players with links to Fiji will be in action for other top clubs at the Brisbane Global Tens this weekend.
For the Queensland Reds, Samu Kerevi will captain side and it also includes players like Mosese Sorovi and former Wardens speedster Filipo Daugunu.
Henry Speight will feature for the Brumbies while former Ratu Kadavulevu School Head Boy Tevita Nabura will bolster the Highlanders side coming into the tournament.
Melbourne Rebels will unleash Fiji born speedster Kitione Ratu while former Fiji 7s hitman Watisoni Votu will be in action for a star studded Pau (Pow) Rugby Club from France.
Meanwhile the Fiji Tuwawa is drawn in the pool of death alongside the Hurricanes, Crusaders and the Brumbies.
The Brisbane Global Tens kicks off this Friday.
There are three pools in the competition this year.
Pool A includes the Panasonic Wild Knights, Melbourne Rebels, Blues and Reds.
Pau, Waratahs, Chiefs and Highlanders are in Pool B.
Pool C includes Fiji, Brumbies, Hurricanes and Crusaders.