It has been confirmed that Semi Radradra will leave Parramatta Eels for French rugby side Toulon at the end of the 2017 season.
We take a look at his incredible 4 years in the NRL.
Radradra made is debut late into the season in Rd 18 for Parramatta against Penrith.
It took the Fijian Flyer just 3 games to score his first Try in the NRL in round 20 against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs.
Radradra finished his debut year in the NRL with him playing in 7 matches and scoring 5 tries.
Radradra was selected in the Fiji squad for the World Cup
Radradra was selected in the Eels inaugural Auckland Nines squad and was the tournament’s highest try scorer with 5 tries.
The 2014 season started off with a bang, with Radradra scoring a hat-trick in round 1 against the New Zealand Warriors.
Radradra went to play in all of Parramatta 24 matches and scored 19 tries for the season. Radradra was names the 2014 Dally M Winger of the year.
Radradra again played for the Eels in the Nines in 2015 and had a impressive tournament.
He started the 2015 season the same way he did in 2014, scoring a hat-trick in round 1, this time against Manly. This making Radradra the first player to score consective hat-tricks in the first round of two separate NRL seasons.
Radradra was the top Try scorer for the season with 23 tries and breaking a Parramatta Eels club record held by Steve Ella.
Radradra was named the Dally M Winger of the Year, for the second year in a row.
Again Radradra was featured in the Parramatta Eels team that took part in the Auckland 9’s competition. He also played in the World All Stars game against the Indigenous All Stars, scoring a Try in his team win.
Radradra made 19 appearances for Parramatta in 2016 and scored just 12 tries for the Eels, a season that was dogged with controversy, not only with Semi and his on-going contract, but with the club salary cap breach drama and being docked 12 premiership points for the season.
Radradra declared that he wanted to play international football for Australia after he found out he was qualified for Australia on residency grounds, and he changed allegiances from Fiji.
Radradra made his debut for Australia against New Zealand in the Anzac Test, but was overlooked later in the year for the Four Nations Series, due to his off-field Dramas.