London Broncos have pulled off a major coup in signing Fiji international Sitiveni Moceidreke for the 2022 Championship season.
The 27-year-old has won six caps for Fiji since making his international debut in 2014. He will be hoping to play in his second World Cup this autumn after featuring in the 2017 tournament.
Moceidreke is primarily a full-back but is comfortable playing on the wing or at centre.
He has made one NRL appearance during his career, which came in 2017. He played on the wing for South Sydney Rabbitohs in a derby clash against their rivals Sydney Roosters, scoring a try.
The Sydney-born back has previously been in the systems at Melbourne Storm, St George Illawarra Dragons, North Sydney Bears and the Rabbitohs.
Moceidreke joins the likes of Paul Ulberg, Iliess Macani and Hull youngster Jude Ferriera in London’s backline in 2022.
A London statement read: “His signing is subject to Visa approval but the club and player expect no issues with the process.
“It is hoped that Moceidreke is available to make his Broncos debut at the Cherry Red Records Stadium at the end of this month.”
It will be a new-look Broncos in 2022, headed up by new head coach Jermaine Coleman. They will play at Plough Lane, the home of AFC Wimbledon.
The Broncos have a number of internationals in their squad for 2022 – Moceidreke (Fiji), Dean Parata (Italy), Dec O’Donnell (Ireland), Lewis Bienek (Ireland), Wellington Albert (Papua New Guinea), Ronny Palumbo (Italy), Rob Tuliatu (Greece), Paul Ulberg (Cook Islands). They have also signed New Zealander Paulos Latu and Australian half-back Will Ramsey.
Lebanon international Abbas Miski has left the club to join Super League giants Wigan. Nigeria forward Sadiq Adebiyi has signed for Wakefield.
Jamaica centre Jacob Ogden has joined Championship rivals York, with Wales international Matty Fozard signing for hometown club Widnes. Malta international half-back Jarrod Sammut has joined Barrow for 2022.