Sakavai Gebai never dared to dream he could make a buck from cricket, but he always knew he could make a few cents.
Some of his earliest memories are of swinging a cut-off mango branch at a ball fashioned from scrunched-up newspaper and sticky tape.
The player who scored the most runs would win a coin.
"Most of the time, I would win the money because most of the time, I'd hit the mango tree," he says, cockily.
"If I hit the ball to a mango or a coconut tree and it got stuck, I would run till I had 100 runs."