Rising star and Fijian born winger Maika Sivo is making his mark in Australia after scoring a staggering 100 tries in just over two years of playing rugby league.
In a remarkable rugby league story that could give the NRL its next Semi Radradra, Maika Sivo last week brought up his Australian try‑scoring ton just 30 months after being recruited from Fiji by a holidaying couple to play park football for Gundagai Club.
Now a Penrith Intrust Super Premiership star fielding offers from both NRL clubs and Super Rugby sides, Don and Kathy Tuckwell scouted Sivo to Australia in 2015 after spotting the flyer while on a Fiji holiday.
Sivo was playing for the Momi Tigers before he secured his rugby league contract with the Mounties Rugby League Club to feature at the NSW Cup in Sydney, Australia.
His speed and power has caught the attention of many as he continued his dominance in the New South Wales Cup.
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