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Eels re-sign Fijian flyer

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Wednesday, June 04, 2014

Update: 10:50AM Parramatta have re-signed boom winger Semi Radradra to a four-year NRL contract extension.

The deal will keep the Fijian flyer at the club until the end of the 2018 season.

After debuting for the Eels last year, the 105kg Radradra has come along in leaps and bounds this season.

He leads the competition's try-scoring list after crossing the stripe 11 times in 11 matches and has quickly become a favourite amongst the club's fans.

"Semi's an exciting player who is a definite crowd-pleaser and has great finishing abilities," Eels coach Brad Arthur said.

"He's been working hard to adjust to rugby league since signing with the Eels and he's a valuable part of the side."








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