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Semi Radradra has managed to have his bail conditions changed to allow him to participate in the Auckland Nines next weekend.
According to the dailytelegraph.com.au, the Eels applied successfully to Parramatta Court to have Radradra's passport returned after it was surrendered following domestic violence charges last year.
Radradra missed a court appearance at the back end of 2016 after instead returning to Fiji to visit his father who was ill, resulting in his passport being surrendered until early February.
The Eels' application means that Radradra's bail conditions have been adjusted, and the passport is to be handed over again upon his return after the tournament.
Another big name is set to return for the Eels, with Corey Norman captaining the side after a tumultuous 2016.
Nathan Brown; Kenny Edwards; Jamal Fogarty; Bevan French; David Gower; Clint Gutherson; Josh Hoffman; George Jennings; Cameron King; Sunia Matagi; Tepai Moeroa; Corey Norman (c); Marata Niukore; Scott Schultz; Rory O’Brien; Semi Radradra; Honeti Tuha; Joseph Ualesi; Troy Dargan.