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2023 NRL Squads and Player Movements

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With players coming off contract in 2022 able to negotiate contracts with other clubs for 2023 from November 1 2021, we are monitoring the movement of players between clubs. 2023 contract signings continue up until June 30, 2023.

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2021

  • November 15: New Zealand Warriors sign Luke Metcalf (2024).
  • November 18: Wests Tigers sign Isaiah Papali’i (2025).
  • November 25: North Queensland Cowboys sign Luciano Leilua (2025).
  • November 26: Dolphins sign Felise Kaufusi (2025).
  • December 3: Wests Tigers sign Api Koroisau (2025).
  • December 7: Dolphins sign Ray Stone (2023).
  • December 10: Parramatta Eels sign Josh Hodgson (2024).
  • December 15: Dolphins sign Michael Roberts, Harrison Graham and Valynce Te Whare.
  • December 17: Sydney Roosters sign Brandon Smith (2023).
  • December 22: Dolphins sign Jamayne Isaako (2025).
  • December 23: Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks sign Oregon Kaufusi (2024).

2022

  • January 21: Dolphins sign Jesse Bromwich (2024).
  • January 24: Dolphins sign Mark Nicholls (2024).
  • February 3: Dolphins sign Kenneath Bromwich (2025).
  • February 18: Dolphins sign Isaiya Katoa (2025).
  • March 2: New Zealand Warriors sign Dylan Walker (2025).
  • April 20: New Zealand Warriors sign Mitch Barnett (2025).
  • April 22: Melbourne Storm sign Tariq Sims (2023) and Joe Chan (2024).
  • April 26: Dolphins sign Tom Gilbert (2023).
  • May 2: New Zealand Warriors sign Ronald Volkman (2025).
  • May 8: Gold Coast Titans sign Kieran Foran (2024).
  • May 9: Dolphins sign Robert Jennings (2023).
  • May 11: Dolphins sign Connelly Lemuelu (2024).
  • May 16: Dolphins sign Edrick Lee (2023).
  • June 2: Dolphins sign Jeremy Marshall-King (2024).
  • June 9: Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks sign Jesse Colquhoun (2024).
  • June 9: Dolphins sign Jarrod Wallace (2024).
  • June 10: Newcastle Knights sign Adam Elliott (2024) and Jack Hetherington (2024).
  • June 10: Newcastle Knights re-sign Simi Sasagi (2024).
  • June 13: South Sydney sign Daniel Suluka-Fifita (2025).
  • June 13: Melbourne Storm re-sign Justin Olam (2026).
  • June 14: Wests Tigers release Luciano Leilua immediately.
  • June 16: Wests Tigers sign Triston Reilly (2024).
  • June 17: Penrith Panthers re-sign Izack Tago (2025).
  • June 19: Parramatta Eels re-sign Ryan Matterson (2026).
  • June 22: Parramatta Eels sign Jirah Momoisea (2024).
  • June 23: Dolphins sign Brenko Lee (2024).
  • June 24: Penrith Panthers sign Luke Garner (2024).
  • June 24: Penrith Panthers re-sign Chris Smith (2023) and Eddie Blacker (2023).
  • June 29: Brisbane Broncos re-sign Selwyn Cobbo (2025).
  • June 29: South Sydney Rabbitohs re-sign Davvy Moale (2025).
  • June 29: Dolphins sign Sean O’Sullivan (2025).
  • July 1: New Zealand Warriors re-sign Freddy Lussick (2024).
  • July 4: Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks re-sign Tom Hazelton (2024).
  • July 6: New Zealand Warriors sign Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad (2025).
  • July 6: Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks re-sign Briton Nikora (2025).
  • July 7: Brisbane Broncos sign Reece Walsh (2025).
  • July 8: Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks re-sign Matt Moylan (2024).
  • July 12: Dolphins sign Kodi Nikorima (2024).
  • July 14: Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles re-sign Josh Aloiai (2025).
  • July 18: North Queensland Cowboys re-sign Mitch Dunn (2023) and Jake Granville (2023).
  • July 20: Canberra Raiders re-sign Zac Woolford (2024), James Schiller (2024), Matt Frawley (2023) and Ata Mariota (2024).
  • July 20: Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks sign Kayal Iro (2024).
  • July 21: Dolphins sign Anthony Milford (2024).
  • July 28: Newcastle Knights re-sign Leo Thompson (2025).
  • July 28: North Queensland Cowboys re-sign Ben Hampton (2023) and Brendan Elliot (2023).
  • July 29: Dolphins sign Setu Tu (train and trial).
  • July 30: Melbourne Storm sign David Nofoaluma on loan from Wests Tigers (2022).
  • August 1: Sydney Roosters sign Oliver Gildart on loan from Wests Tigers (2022).
  • August 2: New Zealand Warriors sign Te Maire Martin (2025).
  • August 5: Wests Tigers re-sign Starford To’a (2024).
  • August 9: Wests Tigers re-sign Asu Kepaoa (2024).
  • August 10: Gold Coast Titans sign Sam Verrills (2024).
  • August 10: Wests Tigers re-sign Brent Naden (2025).
  • August 11: St George-Illawarra Dragons re-sign Talatau Amone (2024).
  • August 16: Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks re-sign Royce Hunt (2023).
  • August 17: Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks re-sign Jayden Berrell (2023).
  • August 18: Canberra Raiders re-sign Xavier Savage (2025).
  • August 19: South Sydney Rabbitohs re-sign Michael Chee Kam (2023) and Dean Hawkins (2023).
  • August 24: Melbourne Storm re-sign Marion Seve (2024), Grant Anderson (2023), George Jennings (2023), Dean Ieremia (2023), and Jayden Nikorima (2023).
  • August 25: Dolphins sign Jeremiah Simbiken (2025).
  • August 31: Dolphins sign Trai Fuller (2023 train and trial)
  • August 31: North Queensland Cowboys re-sign Griffin Neame (2025).
  • September 2: North Queensland Cowboys re-sign Scott Drinkwater (2027).
  • September 2: Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks re-sign Ronaldo Mulitalo (2025).
  • September 6: Newcastle Knights sign Tyson Gamble (2024).
  • September 6: South Sydney Rabbitohs re-sign Lachlan Ilias (2025).
  • September 6: Wests Tigers re-sign Joe Ofahengaue (2025).
  • September 7: Canberra Raiders re-sign Matt Timoko (2025).
  • September 8: North Queensland Cowboys re-sign Murray Taulagi (2026).
  • September 9: St George-Illawarra Dragons re-sign Bully Burns (2023).
  • September 15: St George-Illawarra Dragons sign Jacob Liddle (2023).
  • September 20: Brisbane Broncos re-sign Corey Oates (2023).
  • September 21: Brisbane Broncos sign Jock Madden (2024).
  • September 23: Wests Tigers re-sign Brandon Tumeth (2024).
  • September 23: Brisbane Broncos re-sign Delouise Hoeter (2024).
  • September 26: Canberra Raiders re-sign Joseph Tapine (2027).
  • September 27: Wests Tigers re-sign Shawn Blore (2024).
  • September 28: Corey Thompson retires.
  • September 29: Dolphins sign Herman Ese’ese (2023).
  • September 29: Canberra Raiders sign Pasami Saulo (2024).
  • September 30: New Zealand Warriors sign Jackson Ford (2024).
  • September 30: Gold Coast Titans sign Joe Stimson (2024).
  • October 4: New Zealand Warriors release Aaron Pene.
  • October 5: Melbourne Storm re-sign Trent Loiero (2025), Alec MacDonald (2025) and Tom Eisenhuth (2023).
  • October 5: St George-Illawarra Dragons re-sign Ben Hunt (2025).
  • October 5: Dolphins sign Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow (2024).
  • October 6: Melbourne Storm re-sign Cameron Munster (2027).
  • October 7: Parramatta Eels re-sign Shaun Lane (2026), Jakob Arthur (2024) and Sean Russell (2024).
  • October 7: Parramatta Eels sign Jack Murchie (2024).
  • October 12: Melbourne Storm sign Aaron Pene (2024).
  • October 13: North Queensland Cowboys re-sign Jordan McLean (2023).
  • October 17: St George-Illawarra Dragons sign Zane Musgrove (2023).
  • October 17: St George-Illawarra Dragons release George Burgess.
  • October 17: Dolphins sign Poasa Faamausili (2023).
  • October 19: Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles sign Ben Condon (2025).
  • October 21: Wests Tigers sign Charlie Staines (2023)
  • October 21: Penrith Panthers sign Tyrone Peachey (2023).
  • October 21: St George-Illawarra Dragons re-sign Tautau Moga (2023).
  • October 21: St George-Illawarra Dragons sign Nick Lui-Toso (2023).
  • October 24: Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks re-sign Mawene Hiroti (2023).
  • October 24: Sydney Roosters re-sign Angus Crichton (2024).
  • October 24: Sydney Roosters sign Jaxson Paulo (2024) and Jake Turpin (2023).
  • October 24: Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs sign Blake Wilson (2023).
  • October 24: Penrith Panthers sign Jack Cogger (2023) and Zac Hosking (2024).
  • October 25: Andrew Fifita retires.
  • October 25: Wests Tigers re-sign Tommy Talau (2023).
  • October 27: Gold Coast Titans re-sign Jojo Fifita (2025).
  • October 27: North Queensland Cowboys sign James Tamou (2023).
  • October 27: Josh Jackson retires.
  • October 27: Brisbane Broncos re-sign Kobe Hetherington (2025).
  • October 28: Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles re-sign Sean Keppie (2026).
  • October 28: Brisbane Broncos re-sign Billy Walters (2024).
  • October 31: Dolphins sign Oliver Gildart (2023).
  • November 2: Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles re-sign Zac Fulton (2024).
  • November 3: Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles re-sign Reuben Garrick (2027).
  • November 4: Gold Coast Titans re-sign Iszac Fa’asuamaleaui (2025).
  • November 4: Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks re-sign Wade Graham (2023).
  • November 7: South Sydney Rabbitohs re-sign Shaq Mitchell (2024).
  • November 7: Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles re-sign Morgan Boyle (2023).
  • November 7: Wests Tigers sign Will Smith (2023).
  • November 8: North Queensland Cowboys re-sign Reece Robson (2025).
  • November 8: Gold Coast Titans sign Josiah Pahulu (2025).
  • November 9: Gold Coast Titans sign Aaron Schoupp (2025).
  • November 10: Parramatta Eels sign Matt Doorey (2024).
  • November 10: Parramatta Eels re-sign Toni Mataele (2025).
  • November 11: Andrew McCullough retires.
  • November 11: Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles re-sign Lachlan Croker (2024).
  • November 11: New Zealand Warriors sign Brayden Wiliame (2024).
  • November 14: New Zealand Warriors re-sign Jazz Tevaga (2024).
  • November 14: Wests Tigers re-sign Fonua Pole (2025).
  • November 15: North Queensland Cowboys sign Gehamat Shibasaki (2023).
  • November 16: Newcastle Knights sign Jackson Hastings (2025).
  • November 16: Wests Tigers sign David Klemmer (2025).
  • November 18: Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles sign Cooper Johns (2023).
  • November 21: Parramatta Eels sign Daejarn Asi (2024 – tbc).
  • November 21: Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles sign Nathaniel Roache (2023).
  • November 23: Wests Tigers re-sign Justin Matamua (2025).
  • November 28: George Burgess retires.
  • November 30: Newcastle Knights sign Greg Marzhew (2025).
  • November 30: Gold Coast Titans sign Chris Randall (2024).
  • December 2: Penrith Panthers re-sign Matt Eisenhuth (2024) and Jaeman Salmon (2023).

2023 NRL SQUADS

Brisbane Broncos

Jesse Arthars, Logan Bayliss, Kurt Capewell, Patrick Carrigan, Selwyn Cobbo, Herbie Farnworth, Thomas Flegler, Payne Haas, Kobe Hetherington, Delouise Hoeter, Corey Jensen, Jock Madden, Ezra Mam, Deine Mariner, Blake Mozer, Tesi Niu, Corey Oates, Cory Paix, Keenan Palasia, Jordan Pereira, Brendan Piakura, Ethan Quai-Ward, Jordan Riki, Adam Reynolds, TC Robati, Kotoni Staggs, Reece Walsh, Billy Walters, Xavier Willison. Coach: Kevin Walters.

Canberra Raiders

Nick Cotric, Jarrod Croker, Jamal Fogarty, Matt Frawley, Emre Guler, Corey Harawira-Naera, Peter Hola, Albert Hopoate, Corey Horsburgh, Sebastian Kris, Ata Mariota, Trey Mooney, Josh Papalii, Jordan Rapana, Pasami Saulo, Xavier Savage, James Schiller, Brad Schneider, Harley Smith-Shields, Tom Starling, Joseph Tapine, Matt Timoko, Adrian Trevilyan, Semi Valemei, Clay Webb, Elliott Whitehead, Jack Wighton, Zac Woolford, Hudson Young, JJ Clarkson, Zane Dunford, Brad Morkos, Ethan Strange, Elijah Anderson (train and trial), Michael Asomua (train and trial), Jordan Martin (train and trial), Hohepa Puru (train and trial). Coach: Ricky Stuart.

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs

Andrew Davey, Bailey Biondi-Odo, Braidon Burns, Brandon Clarke, Christopher Patolo, Corey Allan, Corey Waddell, Declan Casey, Franklin Pele, Hayze Perham, Jackson Topine, Jacob Kiraz, Jacob Preston, Jake Averillo, Jayden Okunbor, Jeral Skelton, Josh Addo Carr, Kyle Flanagan, Luke Thompson, Matt Burton, Max King, Paul Alamoti, Raymond Faitala-Mariner, Reed Mahoney, Ryan Sutton, Sam Hughes, Tevita Pangai Junior, Viliame Kikau. Coach: Cameron Ciraldo.

Cronulla Sharks

Coach: Craig Fitzgibbon.

Dolphins

Coach: Wayne Bennett

Gold Coast Titans

Chris Randall. Coach: Justin Holbrook.

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles

Coach: Anthony Seibold.

Melbourne Storm

Grant Anderson, Nelson Asofa-Solomona, Joe Chan, Xavier Coates, Tom Eisenhuth, Harry Grant, Jordan Grant, Jack Howarth, Jahrome Hughes, Dean Ieremia, George Jennings, Tui Kamikamica, Eliesa Katoa, Josh King, Trent Loiero, Alex McDonald, Nick Meaney, Tepai Moeroa, Cameron Munster, Jayden Nikorima, Ryan Papenhuyzen, Aaron Pene, Jonah Pezet, Justin Olam, Marion Seve, Tariq Sims, Reimis Smith, Will Warbrick, Christian Welch, Tyran Wishart, Su’a Fa’alogo, Cole Geyer, Tristan Powell, Bronson Garlick (train and trial), Ammaron ‘AJ’ Gudgeon (train and trial), Chris Lewis (train and trial), Lazarus Vaalepu (train and trial), Young Tonumaipea (train and trial). Coach: Craig Bellamy.

Newcastle Knights

Adam Clune, Adam Elliott, Bailey Hodgson, Bradman Best, Brodie Jones, Dane Gagai, Daniel Saifiti, Dominic Young, Dylan Lucas, Enari Tuala, Greg Marzhew, Hymel Hunt, Jack Johns, Jack Hetherington, Jackson Hastings, Jacob Saifiti, Jayden Brailey, Kalyn Ponga, Krystian Mapapalangi, Kurt Mann, Lachlan Fitzgibbon, Leo Thompson, Mathew Croker, Phoenix Crossland, Simi Sasagi, Tyson Gamble, Tyson Frizell, Myles Martin, Kobe Rugless, Tevita Toloi, Chris Vea’ila. Coach: Adam O’Brien.

North Queensland Cowboys

Jake Bourke, Tom Chester, Reuben Cotter, Tom Dearden, Scott Drinkwater, Mitch Dunn, Brendan Elliott, Kyle Feldt, Jack Gosiewski, Jake Granville, Ben Hampton, Coen Hess, Peta Hiku, Valentine Holmes, Luciano Leilua, Jordan Lipp, Heilum Luki, Jordan McLean, Laitia Moceidreke, Jeremiah Nanai, Griffin Neame, Riley Price, Reece Robson, Taniela Sadrugu, Gehamat Shibasaki, James Tamou, Murray Taulagi, Jason Taumalolo, Jamayne Taunoa-Brown, Chad Townsend, Sylvester Namo (train and trial). Coach: Todd Payten.

Parramatta Eels

Coach: Brad Arthur.

Penrith Panthers

Ativalu Lisati, Brian To’o, Chris Smith, Dylan Edwards, Eddie Blacker, Isaah Yeo, Izack Tago, Jack Cogger, James Fisher-Harris, Jarome Luai, Liam Henry, Liam Martin, Lindsay Smith, Luke Garner, Matt Eisenhuth,
Mitch Kenny, Mavrik Geyer, Moses Leota, Nathan Cleary, Scott Sorensen, Soni Luke, Spencer Leniu, Stephen Crichton, Sunia Turuva, Taylan May, Tom Jenkins, Tyrone Peachey, Zac Hosking. Coach: Ivan Cleary.

St George-Illawarra Dragons

Coach: Anthony Griffin.

South Sydney Rabbitohs

Coach: Jason Demetriou.

Sydney Roosters

Fletcher Baker, Egan Butcher, Nat Butcher, Lindsay Collins, Angus Crichton, Tuku Hau Tapuha, Drew Hutchison, Luke Keary, Joseph Manu, Terrell May, Paul Momirovski, Jaxson Paulo, Victor Radley, Billy Smith, Brandon Smith, Joseph Suaali’i, James Tedesco, Robert Toia, Daniel Tupou, Sitili Tupouniua, Jake Turpin, Jared Waerea-Hargreaves, Sam Walker, Connor Watson, Naufahu Whyte, Siua Wong, Thomas Deakin, Vuate Karawalevu, Sandon Smith. Coach: Trent Robinson.

Warriors

Coach: Andrew Webster.

Wests Tigers

Shawn Blore, Luke Brooks, Adam Doueihi, Sione Fainu, Asu Kepaoa, David Klemmer, Apisai Koroisau, Daine Laurie, Ken Maumalo, Brent Naden, Rua Ngatikaura, David Nofoaluma, Joe Ofahengaue, Isaiah Papali’i, Fonua Pole, Triston Reilly, Apisalome Saukuru, Alex Seyfarth, Jake Simpkin, Tuki Simpkins, Charlie Staines, Tommy Talau, Starford To’a, Brandon Tumeth, Junior Tupou, Alex Twal, Stefano Utoikamanu. Coach: Tim Sheens.

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  2. steven waters

    I like the look of the bulldogs in 2023 though there is still a question mark over half at the moment and maybe fullback depending on how well Dufty goes next year. So their spine is still not top grade standard yet. But perhaps with the addition of some good forwards like Pangai Junior, Paul Vaughan, Reed Mahoney and Viliame Kikau to the likes of Jackson, Faitala-Mariner, Thompson and Hetherington this may change things and allow the likes of the current halves Averillo, Flanagan, Wakeman or even Biondi-Odo to be at their attacking best. Halves are only as good as the forward pack leading them and creating opportunities. But I think the addition of Burton is important as he can be a game changer even when the team is under pressure. So he needs to take control of the middle. So the half is going to be feeding the ball to Burton a lot.

    But maybe a creative half like maybe Biondi-Odo could exploit opportunities around the middle when the forwards get a roll on. So next year I think will be a test for all the half backs to stand up and se shall see how they go. So I think our half back is a wait and see. Gould and Barret must be reasonably happy with the current stock of halves otherwise they had the money to chase the likes of Johnson, Fogarty, Hynes, Townsend, Milford who were all available.

    We have a good hooker for 2023 and as mentioned Dufty may be the answer for fullback. But there are other current players that may shine with a good forward pack like Corey Allen. Even Ado Carr wants to try his hand atfullback and may prove a great move. He is fast and elusive like Barba and with room may tear teams up. It will also be interesting to see how Marshall King goes as I rate him as a half and hooker so he may prove a good utility player. He has a half mentality so he may get some opportunities next year with a good forward pack.

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