Troubled Fijian NRL star Semi Radradra has been named as the second best winger in the competition by the NRL.
Injury and off‑field issues restricted Radradra from repeating the utter dominance he exerted in his breakout 2015 season when he broke the Parramatta season try‑scoring record with a whopping 24 tries in just 18 games.
However his 2016 highlight reel still included moments of brilliance, including beating the entire Rabbitohs team in an epic length‑of the field try in Round 15 which was made more impressive by the fact it started with an astute intercept with Rabbitohs camped in Eels territory.
The season also included the Fijian making his debut for the Kangaroos in May.
Some of his 2016 highlights include 19 games, 12 tries and an average of 153 meters gained per game.
It is rumored that Radradra will be switching to Rugby Union.
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