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NRL stars are reunited with their families on the Sunshine Coast


A host of NRL stars were spotted reuniting with their families this week on the Sunshine Coast, after the game moved to Queensland amid the coronavirus outbreak in Sydney. 

The likes of Viliame Kikau, Robert Jennings and Apisai Koroisau were spotted outside the Novotel Twin Waters Resort. 

Penrith Panthers star Viliame Kikau, 26, reunited with partner Brittany Carey, who looked relaxed and casual in a pink sundress.   

Reunited: A host of NRL stars were spotted reuniting with their families this week on the Sunshine Coast, after the game moved to Queensland amid the coronavirus outbreak in Sydney. Pictured is Penrith Panthers star Viliame Kikau and his partner Brittany Carey

The WAG teamed her look with white sneakers and wore her blonde locks out and over her shoulders. 

She was seen holding a bag and carrying a backpack, while Viliame wheeled some bags in.

The sports star, who has also played professionally for Fiji, showed off his buff build in a Lakers jersey. 

Relaxed: Brittany looked relaxed and casual in a pink sundress while Viliame showed off his buff build in a Lakers jersey

Relaxed: Brittany looked relaxed and casual in a pink sundress while Viliame showed off his buff build in a Lakers jersey

Putting safety first, the pair both wore face masks to protect themselves amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

Fellow Penrith star Robert Jennings, 25, was also seen outside the resort with his partner Samantha. 

His teammate Apisai Koroisau, 28, was also seen at the resort carrying his two children. 

Familiar face: Fellow Penrith star Robert Jennings, 25, was also seen outside the resort with his partner Samantha

Familiar face: Fellow Penrith star Robert Jennings, 25, was also seen outside the resort with his partner Samantha

Family: His teammate Apisai Koroisau, 28, was also seen at the resort carrying his two children

Family: His teammate Apisai Koroisau, 28, was also seen at the resort carrying his two children

Putting safety first: The game moved to Queensland amid the coronavirus outbreak in Sydney

Putting safety first: The game moved to Queensland amid the coronavirus outbreak in Sydney

Back together: Pictured is another young family at the resort

Back together: Pictured is another young family at the resort

Disgraced star Apisai this week was hit with another fine of $15,000 and told his State of Origin future is now in doubt after breaching the Covid player bubble.

The talented Penrith and Blues hooker, 28, was originally slapped with a $35,000 fine and a two match ban by the NRL after admitting he put the entire competition at risk when he sneaked a woman he met online into his room during State of Origin camp in June.

Now New South Wales Rugby league have dished out their own financial penalty on Wednesday and given the dummy half a stern warning about his representative future in rugby league. 

Breach: Disgraced star Apisai this week was hit with another fine of $15,000 and told his State of Origin future is now in doubt after breaching the Covid player bubble. Pictured with his wife Amy

Breach: Disgraced star Apisai this week was hit with another fine of $15,000 and told his State of Origin future is now in doubt after breaching the Covid player bubble. Pictured with his wife Amy

Hurt: Koroisau in the wake of the incident, issued a grovelling apology while his wife Amy admitted she had been left 'immensely hurt' by the revelations

Hurt: Koroisau in the wake of the incident, issued a grovelling apology while his wife Amy admitted she had been left ‘immensely hurt’ by the revelations

‘If the board is to consider further recommendations for his selection in NSW teams it will need to be convinced he has earned the right to be once again trusted,’ NSWRL chief executive Dave Trodden told Nine News

Koroisau in the wake of the incident, issued a grovelling apology while his wife Amy admitted she had been left ‘immensely hurt’ by the revelations.

‘I made the choice to do the wrong thing and my actions have brought shame and embarrassment to many people, especially my wife and children. I will be forever sorry,’ the footy player said.

He apologised to the fans for putting the game at risk and to his wife Amy and two daughters for the ‘pain caused through selfish, thoughtless actions’.

‘I’m determined to become a better partner, father and protector, and hopefully rebuild trust, and earn back your love and our family,’ he said.

Amy has vowed to stand by her man, releasing a statement at the same time which said: ‘Api is a great dad and although this has hurt me immensely I have no doubt he will put the necessary strategies in place to learn from this and better who he is.’  

Amy has vowed to stand by her man, releasing a statement at the same time which said: 'Api is a great dad and although this has hurt me immensely I have no doubt he will put the necessary strategies in place to learn from this and better who he is'

Amy has vowed to stand by her man, releasing a statement at the same time which said: ‘Api is a great dad and although this has hurt me immensely I have no doubt he will put the necessary strategies in place to learn from this and better who he is’



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