Krisnan Inu departs to Stade Francais as cover

Last updated 21:27 31/07/2014
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SWITCHING SIDES: Former Kiwi Krisnan Inu is off to play ruby union in France after inconsistent form for the Bulldogs in the NRL.

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Former Kiwi international and New Zealand Warrior Krisnan Inu has been released by NRL club Canterbury to sign with French rugby union.

Paris-based Top 14 club Stade Francis tonight announced the 27-year-old had been signed as an injury replacement.

Inu, who also had a stint with Parramatta, has been inconsistent this season and has played just seven NRL games.

Despite having signed with the Bulldogs until next year, he has been granted a release by the club.

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