The Wakefield Trinity Wildcats are delighted to announce the capture of Fiji International Semi Tadulala’s signature.
The 33 year old winger has signed a deal with the Club that will see him in the Red, White and Blue until the end of the season.
Semi is no stranger to The Wildcats after spending three successful years here from 2004 to 2007. He started his career in Australia playing for Melbourne Storm, has also played at Super League level for the Bradford Bulls and has represented Fiji 6 times, scoring 2 tries for his country.
Tadulala joins The Wildcats after a brief spell at Leeds Carnegie Rugby Union Club. Semi is known for his fantastic touchdown’s and was named the leading try scorer for The Bradford Bulls in 2008. His quick footwork and years of experience will be a great asset to the Wildcats side.
Semi is delighted with the move, “It’s great to be back here at The Wildcats. It’s a brilliant club and I can’t wait to get out on the park with the boys.”
“I hope I can work hard to put in some good performances for the team and help them achieve their goals for the rest of the year.”
Head Coach John Kear added, “I’m delighted that Semi has joined the Wildcats. Our wingers are all very early 20’s and sometimes you need a guy who has been around the block and knows how to handle the pressure.”
“Semi’s experience will help our young side and I’m really looking forward to seeing him in action for us.”
The Wakefield Trinity Wildcats are also delighted to inform fans that a deal has been agreed with another exciting player pending UK Border Agency approval – watch this space!
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