January 07, 2020
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Sivo returns to Eels training

Parramatta Eels star Maika Sivo has returned to pre-season training alongside his teammates while an indecent assault charge is pending before the Fijian courts.

Sivo was at training on Monday as Brad Arthur's squad went through their paces at the club's facilities, having returned to Australia over the weekend after his travel ban was lifted.

The 26-year-old has been charged with indecently assaulting a resort staff worker near Nadi.

Sivo had a travel ban placed upon him but his bail conditions had been altered so he could return to Parramatta training.

He has already been excused from attending his case's next mention on February 17, two days after pre-season fixtures kick off with the Perth Nines.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka

 


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