Semi Radradra

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Tukai Lag­o­ni­lakeba, Nadi

The dev­as­tat­ing su­per league winger de­serves all the sup­port he can get from all rugby league crazy Fi­jians and specif­i­cally from our very own FRL of­fi­cials. The only other for­mer Fi­jian player to grace both the State of Ori­gins and to have rep­re­sented Aus­tralia on many his­tor­i­cal oc­ca­sions was the leg­endary Petero Civon­iceva.

To Semi, this is real­is­ti­cally about his dream as a young man, the dol­lars, his fam­ily se­cu­rity and their fu­ture wel­fare as he can only play the game for a cer­tain num­ber of years be­fore he is pre­ma­turely in­jured or re­tires and it’s his only op­por­tu­nity, the mo­ment of truth his been wait­ing for. Fiji rugby league has ab­so­lutely noth­ing to lose from Semi’s suc­cess as there are many other pro­fes­sional play­ers and lo­cals who can do bet­ter and take over from him in rep­re­sent­ing our coun­try at in­ter­na­tional level, it’s an ex­cel­lent ca­reer op­por­tu­nity for an­other block­bust­ing Fi­jian to rise up to the oc­ca­sion and prove his worth. Radradra has played and served his coun­try with distinc­tion, but it is time to move on, go you good bloke, the sky is the limit.

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