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Fiji representative player and two-time Dally M Winger of the Year, Semi Radradra has donated his boots from the Round 1 blockbuster against the Brisbane Broncos towards the UNICEF Fiji appeal. Photo by nrlphotos.com

The Dyldam Parramatta Eels and the National Rugby League have thrown their support behind the UNICEF Fiji appeal for those affected by Cyclone Winston, with more than $10,000 donated thus far.

Fiji representative player and two-time Dally M Winger of the Year, Semi Radradra donated his boots from the Round 1 blockbuster against the Brisbane Broncos towards the appeal, and with the auction on his signed boots closing on Friday 18 March, a winning bid of $3524 will be donated.

Donations from the Blue and Gold Members and fans who attended the Round One clash, along with a $2 donation from every Semitrailer t-shirt sold at the game have been collated with a total of $9312.30 donated to the appeal.

The Eels still have special Fiji appeal auction items online, including a number of once-in-a-lifetime Eels experiences with players from the Dyldam Parramatta Eels and Eels Ambassador Jay Huxley, with all proceeds going to the UNICEF Fiji appeal.

Click here to see all the items up for auction, including a fishing day with Jay Huxley & 2 Eels players or a Dinner for 10 fans and 10 players.

Donations to the UNICEF Fiji appeal can be made at unicef.org.au

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