Having had a solid start to his NRL career, the St George Illawarra Dragons have seen the potential in Fijian winger Eto Nabuli and opted to re-sign him for the 2016 season.
Nabuli, who was plucked from obscurity in his home-town of Fiji to play in the NRL, has since made a solid transition into the sport and has been a part of the Dragons quality start to the 2015 season so far.
With 10 NRL games to his name so far in total, the winger has scored four tries this season and is pleased to have the chance to stay with the Dragons.
â€œI am very pleased to be able to continue my development here at the Dragons,â€ said Nabuli.
â€œHead Coach Paul McGregor and the coaching staff have helped me to improve as a player and I look forward to continuing to represent the Club.”
Equally pleased to see the Fijian stay is the club, with Dragons Director of Recruitment and Retention Peter Mulholland delighted by Nabuli’s decision.
â€œEto is a very strong and exciting player who has really benefitted from a complete pre-season with the Club,â€ said Mulholland.
â€œHe has demonstrated the right attitude to the way he conducts himself at training and his efforts have been rewarded with the number of first-grade games he has played so far this season.
â€œWe all look forward to watching Eto continue his development both on and off the field here at the Dragons.â€