Radradra can play

The Dominion Post - - Sport -

The NRL will al­low Semi Radradra to play while the sub­ject of an ap­pre­hended vi­o­lence or­der ap­pli­ca­tion from his for­mer part­ner, but the com­plaint has raised fresh fears he will not re­turn to Aus­tralia. Pe­rina Ting gave a video state­ment to po­lice on Tues­day night, al­leg­ing she had been as­saulted on a num­ber of oc­ca­sions dur­ing an eight­month pe­riod be­gin­ning in Septem­ber 2014. Radradra had been given leave to re­turn to his na­tive Fiji for per­sonal rea­sons. Radradra was sched­uled to join his Eels team­mates for train­ing yes­ter­day but again failed to ap­pear. Par­ra­matta power­bro­kers have ex­tended the dead­line for his re­turn to to­mor­row, which would give him time to pre­pare for Satur­day’s clash with table­top­ping Cronulla. How­ever, those close to him are scep­ti­cal about the chances of him com­ing back and be­lieve news of his re­la­tion­ship issues with Ting be­com­ing pub­lic is a fur­ther dis­in­cen­tive for him to re­turn.

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