The Pacific Islanders have selected their first squad ahead of Test matches against Australia, New Zealand and South Africa next month.
Tonga's Benhur Kivalu is one of the players selected
The side, who first play Australia on 3 July, is made up of the best players from Fiji, Samoa and Tonga.
Their selection followed the Pacific Triangular Test series between the three nations which was won by Fiji.
But several of the Pacific's best known players including Rupeni Caucaunibuca and Marika Vunibaka were unavailable.
Pacific Islanders: Soane Tongahuia (Tonga), Taufaao Felise (Tonga), Aleki Lutui (Tonga), Joeli Lotowa (Fiji), Mosese Moala (Tonga), Tevita Taumoepeau (Tonga), Inoke Afeaki (Tonga), Filipo Levi (Samoa), Ifereimi Rawaga (Fiji), Leo Lafaialii (Samoa), Semo Sititi (Samoa), Alifereti Doviverata (Fiji), Sisa Koyamaibole (Fiji), Sione Lauaki
(Samoa), Benhur Kivalu (Tonga), Mosese Railuni (Fiji), Steven Sooialo (Samoa), Tanner Vili (Samoa), Tasesa Lavea (Samoa), Seremaia Bai (Fiji), Brian Lima (Samoa), Seleila Mapusua (Samoa), Seru Rabeni (Fiji), Sereli Bobo (Fiji), Lome Faatau (Samoa), Sitiveni Sivivatu (Fiji), Aisea Tuilevu (Fiji), Norman Liqairi (Fiji)