Referee who quit after receiving death threats from Mate Ma’a Tonga supporters to return to NRL field

Kuo toe foki ki he mala'e' 'a e fakamaau 'akapulu liiki ne ne fiu tafi mo hono fāmili' ha ngaahi fakamanamana lahi tu'unga pe he 'ikai ke 'ave ki he vitoo' e fo'i tata'o fakamuimui ne tui e tokolahi ne fakahoko 'e Andrew Fifita he fetaulaki 'a e Mate Ma'a Tonga' mo 'Ingilani he semifainolo 'o e 2017. Na'a' ne lītaueli he ta'u kuo 'osi' 'o pehē kuo fu'u o'o pe 'a e fakamanamana ne fai', 'a ia ne iku ki hano le'ole'ohi ia 'e he kau polisi'. Ka ko 'eni 'e toe foki pe ki he mala'e' 'o fakamaau hili ia ha māhina 'e ono 'ene fakafisi'.

The NRL referee who quit after receiving thousands of death threats from Mate Ma’a Tonga fans will return to the NRL field this weekend. Long-serving Australian rugby league referee Matt Cecchin was criticized after he disallowed a try that would have helped Tonga beat England in the 2017 Rugby League World Cup Six months after…


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