The NRL bubble keeps him from working with the homeless, but it hasn't stopped Sia Soliola from keeping in touch with them. A few of his regular customers come out to Canberra Raiders HQ and say g'day to the prop - albeit from the other side of the fence ringing the training paddock at the Braddon centre of excellence. One of the many sad side effects of the coronavirus has been the fact Soliola can't do the truckloads of community work he usually does. Whether it's feeding the homeless as a Civic soup kitchen every week. Or sleeping out in Canberra's freezing cold to raise money for those less fortunate.