16 Facts About Maika Sivo


Maika Sivo was born on 3 October 1993 and is a Fijian professional rugby league footballer who plays as a winger for the Parramatta Eels in the National Rugby League and Fiji at international level.


Maika Sivo then moved to the Mounties signing with their NSW Cup team in 2016, scoring 35 tries.


Maika Sivo signed with the Penrith Panthers until the end of the 2018 season, scoring 12 tries in his first season with the club's lower grade.


Maika Sivo made his NRL debut in Round 1 of the 2019 NRL season against the Penrith Panthers.


Maika Sivo scored his first NRL try against the Sydney Roosters in round 3, scoring two tries in a losing effort.


In Round 8 against St George, Maika Sivo scored 2 tries for Parramatta, one of which was a length of the field try.


Fox Sports commentator Andrew Voss said of Maika Sivo's fend on Ayshford "If you can get a charge for palming blokes in the sternum, Maika Sivo's looking at 10 weeks,".


Maika Sivo finished the 2019 NRL season with 20 tries, one behind Israel Folau's record of 21 in a rookie NRL season.


Maika Sivo was later suspended for one match over the incident.


Maika Sivo played for Parramatta in their 2022 NRL Grand Final loss to Penrith.


On 1 March, Maika Sivo signed a contract extension to remain at Parramatta until the end of 2025.


On 28 December 2019, it was reported that Maika Sivo had been arrested whilst on holiday visiting family in Fiji.


Maika Sivo was later charged with one count of indecent annoyance.


Maika Sivo was granted bail at Nadi Magistrate's Court but was banned from leaving Fiji and was ordered to reappear at court on 7 January 2020.


On 6 January 2020, Maika Sivo had his bail conditions altered so he could return to Australia for Parramatta training.


On 9 March 2020, Maika Sivo was cleared to play by the NRL after it was ruled that he was not subject to the no-fault stand down policy.