When Sitiveni Moceidreke made his NRL debut for South Sydney in Round 4, he had to take a moment to let it sink in that he was living the dream.
Less than a year after signing with the North Sydney Bears, the Fijian international was invited into the Rabbitohs full-time squad to train and potentially play with the likes of Greg Inglis, Adam Reynolds and Sam Burgess.
After scoring four tries in the third round of the Intrust Super Premiership NSW against the Newcastle Knights, Michael Maguire selected the versatile back to play on the right wing against the Sydney Roosters. The Rabbitohs may have lost the game 20-6, but it was Moceidreke who scored their only try.
“It was crazy, everything happened really fast,” Moceidreke tells NSWRL.com.au.