Wests Tigers winger David Nofoaluma is currently using his off-season holidays to carry out some aid work in Fiji as part of the "Transformers" trip.

Nofoaluma is part of the trip put together by RLPA General Manager of Stakeholder Relations Clint Newton — joined by a number of key people in rugby league including Sharks forward Jayson Bukuya, Roosters forward Victor Radley, Rabbitohs forward Junior Tatola and NRL Women's Premiership players Corban McGregor and Sam Bremner.

The group will assist the community by taking part in construction and renovation, teaching in schools and running sports clinics for students while also embarking on a journey of personal development.

For more information about the trip, click here.

 
 
 
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Let the journey begin 🙌🏽 #transformersFiji

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Getting to know the locals #Fiji #TransformersFiji

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Day six. Quality time with our local village ❤️💙 #transformersfiji #ivhq

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