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Stade downs Racing

Waisale Koroiwasa
Tuesday, December 05, 2017

WAISEA Nayacalevu put his legal troubles aside crossing for a brace as Stade Francais defeated local rivals Racing 92 27-17 in France's Top 14 yesterday, Planet Rugby reported.

Nayacalevu went on trial on Thursday over a drunken July brawl outside a Paris nightspot, during which former teammate and former Fiji 7s player Josaia Raisuqe allegedly sexually assaulted a woman.

French prosecutors called for them to be given suspended sentences. Raisuqe was given a one-year suspended sentence while Nayacalevu got six months.

Playing aginst him in the Racing 92 side are fellow Fijians former All Blacks winger Joe Rokocokoa and Flying Fijians duo Leone Nakarawa and Albert Vulivuli.

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