The Warriors have confirmed forward Bayley Sironen will not be extended beyond this season while young prop Valingi Kepu will also depart the club at the end of the year.
The duo’s departure was confirmed at the Warriors’ end-of-season awards night on Monday, where the club acknowledged both departing and departed players.
Ben Murdoch-Masila, who has since linked up with the Dragons, was acknowledged as was Viliami Vailea — who is off to the Cowboys on a two-year deal.
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Taniela Otukolo and Otukinekina Kepu, who were NRL squad members before being released at the start of the year, were also thanked for their contributions to the club.
Halfback Shaun Johnson took home three awards on Monday night, including the team’s highest accolade — the Simon Mannering Medal.
Johnson was also judged by his peers as the players’ player of the year and won the One New Zealand People’s Choice award voted by the public.
PANTHERS LOCK IN EDWARDS
Penrith fullback Dylan Edwards has signed a four-year contract extension to remain at the Panthers until the end of 2028.
The deal, reportedly worth around $3.6m over the four seasons, makes him the only Penrith player contracted for the 2028 season.
Having debuted in 2016 with the club, the 27-year-old is now likely to play his entire first-grade career with the Panthers.
“Re-signing with the club is huge for me and my family. I’m really grateful that this club gave me my debut and then for them to show faith in me to be able to extend my stay here – which is really pleasing and I’m looking forward to it,” Edwards said in a club statement.
“I want to have so much success with this club. We’ve played a lot of footy together and the future looks really exciting with the people that we’ve got here. I’m excited to be a part of it.”
It is a significant pay rise for last year’s Clive Churchill Medallist, widely viewed as the most under-paid player in the competition relative to what he delivers on the field. Edwards has been earning a little over $500,000 per season but now will be boosted to around $850,000-$900,000 per year.
Coach Ivan Cleary said in a club statement: “I’m super happy to have Dyl locked in for another four seasons,” Panthers head coach Ivan Cleary said.
“He’s an integral part of the team – not just through how he plays the game, but also his leadership and how he helps to connect the rest of the boys.
“Dyl belongs here at Panthers. He has spent a lot of time playing with the core of our team and I am excited for what he and the team can achieve in the coming years.”
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KNIGHTS STOKED TO LOCK DOWN FLYER
Greg Marzhew, one of the most in-form wingers has signed an extension to keep him at the Knights until the end of the 2026 season.
Marzhew and Dom Young have been the best wing pairing in the competition, but with Young heading to the Roosters next season, the Knights were keen to lock down Marzhew for another season.
Marzhew is currently seventh on the competition’s try scoring list with 19 tries from 19 NRL appearances, four behind the Dolphins’ Jamayne Isaako.
In a club-issued statement, Knights Director of Football, Peter Parr, said the former Gold Coast Titan has been a wonderful addition to the club.
“Greg has been outstanding since joining the club and has established himself as one of the best wingers in the NRL,” Parr said.
“He is still young in years and NRL games played, there is no doubt his game will continue to improve in the coming years.
We look forward to watching his game develop further and we are grateful he has committed to the club.”
EELS RELEASE OFF-SEASON ARRIVAL AFTER FIVE GAMES
The Eels have granted forward Jack Murchie an immediate release, with the 26-year-old set to head to the Super League.
After joining the Eels this season from the Warriors on a two-year deal, Murchie has made just five appearances and hasn’t played since round six.
Now he’s expected to join Huddersfield on a three-year contract from next season, per News Corp.
Eels GM of Football Mark O’Neill said in a statement: “Jack is a wonderful person and we would like to thank him for his time at our Club and wish him all the best for his future.”
Murchie played 37 times across three seasons for the Warriors, having begun his NRL career in Canberra.
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SOUTHS LOCK IN SKIPPER
After a week of turmoil, there has been some good news for South Sydney and their fans, with captain Cam Murray signing a massive extension which will keep him at the club until the end of 2028.
The Australia and New South Wales representative was under contract until the end of 2025 but has signed for an additional three years, worth about $950,000 a season.
Rugby Australia had shown interest in signing Murray, but this latest development will end those discussions.
It has been a tough week for the club, with Murray’s leadership ability questioned and rumours of a rift between he and Latrell Mitchell. He shot down those queries over the weekend.
“This Club has always been home to me and I never saw myself playing anywhere else,” Murray said in a club-issued statement.
“It was a no-brainer for me to extend my contract here and I’m grateful to be able to represent South Sydney, our Members and fans every day.
“The Club has always looked after me and I feel like I’ve always done my best to put the Club’s best interests at the forefront of anything I do.
“I’m really grateful to the Club for putting its trust in me to be a part of our next five years.
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“It’s my responsibility now to repay that trust with my performances on the field and my actions off the field.
“It is an absolute honour to captain this Club, to play alongside my teammates and to work with my coaches and the staff at the Club.
“I’m excited about the next five years but, as always, my focus and that of the team is on our next assignment at Accor Stadium on Friday night. I hope our Members and fans are as excited about this game as we are.”
South Sydney face elimination on Friday night, but will clutch a finals spot with a win against the Roosters.
The 25-year-old has played 146 matches for the Rabbitohs since debuting in 2017, captaining his side on 43 occasions.
FULL NRL TRANSFER CENTRE
2023 squad: Adam Reynolds (2024), Billy Walters (2024), Blake Mozer (2025), Brendan Piakura (2024), Corey Jensen (2025), Corey Oates (2023, PO 2024, 2025), Cory Paix (2025), Deine Mariner (2024), Delouise Hoeter (2024), Ethan Quai (2023), Ezra Mam (2024), Herbie Farnworth (2023), Jesse Arthars (2023), Jock Madden (2024), Jordan Pereira (2023), Jordan Riki (2024), Keenan Palasia (2023), Kobe Hetherington (2025), Kotoni Staggs (2025), Kurt Capewell (2024), Logan Bayliss (2023), Martin Taupau (2024), Patrick Carrigan (2024), Payne Haas (2026), Reece Walsh (2025), Selwyn Cobbo (2025), TC Robati (2024), Thomas Flegler (2023), Xavier Willison (2025)
Development players: Josh Rodgers (2023), Tyson Smoothy (2023), Tristan Sailor (2023)
2023 gains: Jesse Arthars (return from loan), Jock Madden (Wests Tigers), Martin Taupau (Sea Eagles), Reece Walsh (Warriors), Fletcher Baker (Roosters)
2023 losses: Brenko Lee (Dolphins), David Mead (retired), Te Maire Martin (Warriors), Ryan James (retired), Tyson Gamble (Knights), Jake Turpin (Roosters), Zac Hosking (Panthers), Tesi Niu (Dolphins), Karl Oloapu (Bulldogs)
2024 gains: Tristan Sailor (upgraded), Fletcher Baker (Roosters)
2024 losses: Keenan Palasia (Titans), Herbie Farnworth (Dolphins), Tom Flegler (Dolphins)
Coach: Kevin Walters (2023)
2023 squad: Adrian Trevilyan (2024), Albert Hopoate (2025), Ata Mariota (2024), Clay Webb (2023), Corey Horsburgh (2024, MO 2025), Corey Harawira-Naera (2025, PO 2026), Danny Levi (2025), Elliott Whitehead (2024), Emre Guler (2025), Harley Smith-Shields (2024), Hudson Young (2027), Jack Wighton (2023), Jamal Fogarty (2024), James Schiller (2024), Jarrod Croker (2023, PO 2024), Jordan Rapana (2024), Joseph Tapine (2027, PO 2028), Josh Papalii (2024, MO 2025), Matthew Frawley (2023), Matthew Timoko (2025), Nick Cotric (2024), Peter Hola (2023, MO 2024), Sebastian Kris (2027), Tom Starling (2023, PO 2024), Trey Mooney (2024), Xavier Savage (2025), Zac Woolford (2024), Hudson Young (2027)
Development players: Brandon Morkos (2023), Ethan Strange (2023), Jayden Clarkson (2023), Zane Dunford (2024)
2023 gains: Pasami Saulo (Knights), Danny Levi (Huddersfield)
2023 losses: Josh Hodgson (Eels), Adam Elliott (Knights), Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad (Warriors), Ryan Sutton (Bulldogs), Brad Schneider (Hull KR – mid-season)
2024 gains: Chevy Stewart (upgrade – 2026), Simi Sasagi (Knights)
2024 losses: Jack Wighton (to Rabbitohs)
Coach: Ricky Stuart (2025)
2023 squad: Bailey Biondi-Odo (2023), Braidon Burns (2023), Christopher Patolo (2023), Corey Waddell (2023), Declan Casey (2023), Ethan Quai-Ward (2023), Franklin Pele (2024), Hayze Perham (2024), Jackson Topine (2024), Jacob Kiraz (2024), Jacob Preston (2027), Jake Averillo (2023), Jayden Okunbor (2023), Jeral Skelton (2024), Josh Addo-Carr (2025), Josh Reynolds (2023), Karl Oloapu (2026), Kyle Flanagan (2023), Liam Knight (2024), Luke Thompson (2023), Matt Burton (2027), Max King (2024), Paul Alamoti (2024), Raymond Faitala-Mariner (2025), Reed Mahoney (2026), Ryan Sutton (2025), Samuel Hughes (2023), Tevita Pangai Junior (2024), Toby Sexton (2024), Viliame Kikau (2026)
Development players: Isaac Matalavea-Booth (2023), Iverson Matai (2023), Jordan Samrani (2023), Joseph O’Neill (2023)
2023 gains: Viliame Kikau (Panthers), Reed Mahoney (Eels), Ryan Sutton (Raiders), Franklin Pele (Sharks), Hayze Perham (Eels), Josh Reynolds (Hull FC), Karl Oloapu (Broncos), Ethan Quai-Ward (2023), Toby Sexton (Titans), Liam Knight (Rabbitohs)
2023 losses: Jack Hetherington (Knights), Jeremy Marshall-King (Dolphins), Paul Vaughan (Warrington), Matt Dufty (Warrington), Joe Stimson (Titans), Josh Jackson (retired), Aaron Schoupp (Titans), Ava Seumanufagai (Leigh), Corey Allan (Roosters), Brandon Wakeham (Tigers), Andrew Davey (Eels), Nu Brown (Knights), Brandon Clarke (released)
2024 gains: Stephen Crichton (from Panthers), Bronson Xerri (return from ban), Blake Taaffe (Rabbitohs), Jaeman Salmon (Panthers)
2024 losses: Jake Averillo (Dolphins), Tevita Pangai Junior (retired)
Coach: Cameron Ciraldo (2027)
2023 squad: Blayke Brailey (2026), Braden Hamlin-Uele (2024), Braydon Trindall (2025), Briton Nikora (2025), Cameron McInnes (2025), Connor Tracey (2024), Dale Finucane (2025), Jack Williams (2024), Jayden Berrell (2023), Jesse Colquhoun (2024), Jesse Ramien (2026), Kade Dykes (2024), Lachlan Miller (2023), Matthew Ikuvalu (2023), Matthew Moylan (2024), Mawene Hiroti (2023), Nicho Hynes (2024), Oregon Kaufusi (2024, MO 2025), Ronaldo Mulitalo (2025), Royce Hunt (2025), Sione Katoa (2023), Siosifa Talakai (2026), Siteni Taukamo (2024), Teig Wilton (2025), Thomas Hazelton (2024, CO 2025), Toby Rudolf (2024), Wade Graham (2023), William Kennedy (2025), Daniel Atkinson (2023), Max Bradbury (2024)
Development players: Josh Finau (2023), Kayal Iro (2024), Niwhai Puru (2024), Sam Stonestreet (2023)
2023 gains: Oregon Kaufusi (Eels), Max Bradbury (Knights), Daniel Atkinson, Tuku Hau Tapuha (Roosters).
2023 losses: Luke Metcalf (Warriors), Andrew Fifita (retired), Aiden Tolman (retired)
Coach: Craig Fitzgibbon (2024)
2023 squad: Anthony Milford (2024), Brenko Lee (2024), Connelly Lemuelu (2024), Edrick Lee (2024), Euan Aitken (2024), Felise Kaufusi (2025), Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow (2027), Herman Ese’ese (2023, PO 2024), Isaiya Katoa (2025), Jamayne Isaako (2025), Jarrod Wallace (2024), Jeremy Marshall-King (2025), Jesse Bromwich (2024), JJ Collins (2023), Kenneath Bromwich (2025), Kodi Nikorima (2024), Mark Nicholls (2024), Mason Teague (2024, MO 2025), Oliver Gildart (2023), Poasa Faamausili (2023), Ray Stone (2024), Robert Jennings (2024, MO 2025), Sean O’Sullivan (2025), Tesi Niu (2024), Tom Gilbert (2028), Valynce Te Whare (2024) Max Plath (2025), Josh Kerr (2025)
Development players: Harrison Graham (2023), Jack Bostock (2023), Jeremiah Simbiken (2024 CO 2025), Michael Roberts (2023)
2023 losses: Oliver Gildart (Super League)
2024 gains: Herbie Farnworth (from Broncos until 2026), Josh Kerr (from Dragons until 2025) Jake Averillo (2026), Thomas Flegler (Broncos)
Coach: Wayne Bennett (2025)
2023 squad: Aaron Schoupp (2025), AJ Brimson (2026), Alofi’ana Khan-Pereira (2026), Beau Fermor (2026), Brian Kelly (2026), Chris Randall (2024), David Fifita (2026), Erin Clark (2025), Isaac Liu (2024), Jacob Alick (2023, CO 2024), Jaimin Jollife (2024), Jayden Campbell (2026), Joe Stimson (2024), Jojo Fifita (2025), Joseph Vuna (2023), Kieran Foran (2024), Klese Haas (2024), Moeaki Fotuaika (2024), Phillip Sami (2026), Sam Verrills (2024), Tanah Boyd (2024), Thomas Weaver (2024), Tino Fa’asuamaleaui (2024, MO 2024, 2025), Treymain Spry (2024), Ken Maumalo (2025), Kruise Leeming (2023)
Development players: Iszac Fa’asuamaleaui (2023), Josiah Pahulu (2023), Keano Kini (2024), Tony Francis (2023)
2023 gains: Kruise Leeming (Leeds), Thomas Mikaele (Warrington), Kieran Foran (Sea Eagles), Sam Verrills (Roosters), Joe Stimson (Bulldogs), Aaron Schoupp (Bulldogs), Chris Randall (Knights), Ken Maumalo (Wests Tigers), Treymain Spry.
2023 losses: Jarrod Wallace (Dolphins), Jamayne Isaako (Dolphins), Corey Thompson (retirement), Herman Ese’ese (Dolphins), Sam Lisone (Leeds), Greg Marzhew (Knights), Sam McIntyre (Cowboys), Toby Sexton (Bulldogs)
2024 gains: Keenan Palasia (Broncos)
2024 losses: Kruise Leeming (Wigan Warriors)
Coach: Jim Lenihan (2023), Des Hasler (from 2024)
2023 squad: Ben Trbojevic (2024), Ben Condon (2025), Brad Parker (2023), Christian Tuipulotu (2025), Daly Cherry-Evans (2025), Ethan Bullemor (2023), Haumole Olakau’atu (2025), Jakob Arthur (2024), Jake Trbojevic (2026), Jason Saab (2026), Josh Aloiai (2023), Josh Schuster (2027), Kaeo Weekes (2023), Karl Lawton (2024), Kelma Tuilagi (2025), Lachlan Croker (2024), Matt Lodge (train and trial 2023), Morgan Boyle (2023), Morgan Harper (2023), Raymond Vaega (2023), Reuben Garrick (2027), Sean Keppie (2026), Taniela Paseka (2024), Tom Trbojevic (2026), Toafofoa Sipley (2025), Tolutau Koula (2027), Zac Fulton (2024)
Development players: Fletcher Myers (2024), Gordon Chan Kum Tong (2023), Jacob Sykes (2023), Jamie Humphreys (2023)
2023 gains: Matt Lodge (Roosters), Kelma Tuilagi (Tigers), Ben Condon (Cowboys), Cooper Johns (Storm – train and trial), Nathaniel Roache (Eels – train and trial), Jakob Arthur (Eels)
2023 losses: Alec Tu’itavake (Dragons), Viliami Fifita (Dragons), Kieran Foran (Titans), Dylan Walker (Warriors), Martin Taupau (unsigned), Andrew Davey (Bulldogs, Eels)
2024 gains: Luke Brooks (from Tigers), Tommy Talau (from Tigers), Jaxson Paulo (from Roosters)
2024 losses: Latu Fainu (Tigers), Samuela Fainu (Tigers)
Coach: Anthony Seibold (2025)
2023 squad: Aaron Pene (2024), Alec MacDonald (2025), Cameron Munster (2027), Christian Welch (2025, MO 2026), Dean Ieremia (2023), Eliesa Katoa (2027), George Jennings (2023), Harry Grant (2025, PO 2026), Jack Howarth (2027), Jahrome Hughes (2027), Jayden Nikorima (2023), Joe Chan (2024, MO 2025), Jonah Pezet (2025), Jordan Grant (2023), Josh King (2025), Justin Olam (2026), Marion Seve (2024), Nick Meaney (2024), Reimis Smith (2024), Ryan Papenhuyzen (2025), Tariq Sims (2023), Tepai Moeroa (2023), Tom Eisenhuth (2023, CO 2024), Trent Loiero (2025), Tui Kamikamica (2025), Tyran Wishart (2025), Bronson Garlick (2025), Will Warbrick (2026), Xavier Coates (2026), Nelson Asofa-Solomona (2027)
Development players: Cole Geyer (2023), Sualauvi Faalogo (2024, CO 2025), Tristan Powell (2024)
2023 gains: Eliesa Katoa (Warriors), Tariq Sims (Dragons), Joe Chan (Catalans), Aaron Pene (Warriors)
2023 losses: Felise Kaufusi (Dolphins), Brandon Smith (Roosters), Jesse Bromwich (Dolphins), Kenny Bromwich (Dolphins), David Nofoaluma (Wests Tigers – return from loan), Cooper Johns (Sea Eagles)
Coach: Craig Bellamy (2024)
2023 squad: Adam Elliott (2025), Adam Clune (2023), Bailey Hodgson (2023), Bradman Best (2024), Brodie Jones (2023), Dane Gagai (2024), Daniel Saifiti (2026), Dominic Young (2023), Dylan Lucas (2023, PO 2024), Enari Tuala (2023), Greg Marzhew (2026), Hymel Hunt (2023), Jack Johns (2023), Jack Hetherington (2025), Jacob Saifiti (2024), Jackson Hastings (2025), Jayden Brailey (2025), Jed Cartwright (2025), Kalyn Ponga (2027), Krystian Mapapalangi (2024), Kurt Mann (2023), Lachlan Fitzgibbon (2023), Leo Thompson (2025), Mathew Croker (2024), Phoenix Crossland (2024), Simi Sasagi (2024), Tyson Gamble (2024), Tyson Frizell (2026), Lachlan Miller (2025), Fa’amanu Brown (2023)
Development players: Chris Vea’ila (2023), Kobe Rugless (2023), Miles Martin (2023), Tavita Toloi (2023)
2023 gains: Adam Elliott (Raiders), Jack Hetherington (Bulldogs), Tyson Gamble (Broncos), Jackson Hastings (Wests Tigers), Greg Marzhew (Titans), Fa’amanu Brown (Bulldogs)
2023 losses: Mitchell Barnett (Warriors), Edrick Lee (Dolphins), Jirah Momoisea (Eels), Tex Hoy (Hull FC), Anthony Milford (Dolphins), Sauaso Sue (Hull KR), Pasami Saulo (Raiders), Jake Clifford (Hull FC), David Klemmer (Wests Tigers), Chris Randall (Titans)
2024 gains: Jed Cartwright (Rabbitohs), Kai Pearce-Paul (Wigan), Will Pryce (Huddersfield), Jack Cogger (2026)
2024 losses: Lachlan Fitzgibbon (Warrington), Dominic Young (Roosters), Simi Sasagi (Raiders), Lachlan Miller (Leeds)
Coach: Adam O’Brien (2024)
2023 squad: Ben Hampton (2023), Brendan Elliot (2023), Chad Townsend (2024), Coen Hess (2024), Gehamat Shibasaki (2023), Griffin Neame (2025), Helium Luki (2024, PO 2025), Jeremiah Nanai (2023), Jack Gosiewski (2025), Jake Bourke (2023), Jake Granville (2024), Jamayne Taunoa-Brown (2024), James Tamou (2023), Jason Taumalolo (2027), Jordan McLean (2023), Jordan Lipp (2023), Kyle Feldt (2024), Laitia Moceidreke (2023), Luciano Leilua (2025), Mitch Dunn (2023), Murray Taulagi (2026), Peta Hiku (2023), Reece Robson (2025), Reuben Cotter (2025), Riley Price (2023), Sam McIntyre (2024), Scott Drinkwater (2027), Taniela Sadrugu (2023), Thomas Dearden (2024), Tom Chester (2024), Tom Duffy (2025) Valentine Holmes (2025), Viliami Vailea (2025)
Development players: Jai Hansen (2024), Jodeci Baker-Tiraha (2024), Ragarive Wavik (2023)
2023 gains: Jack Gosiewski (Dragons), James Tamou (Wests Tigers), Gehamat Shibasaki (Mackay Cutters), Sam McIntyre (Gold Coast Titans – mid-season signing)
2023 losses: Connelly Lemuelu (Dolphins), Tom Gilbert (Dolphins), Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow (Dolphins), Ben Condon (Sea Eagles)
2024 gains: Jake Clifford (Super League), Viliami Vailea (Warriors)
2024 losses: James Tamou (retired)
Coach: Todd Payten (2026)
2023 squad: Andrew Davey (2024), Bailey Simonsson (2024), Brendan Hands (2025), Bryce Cartwright (2023), Clint Gutherson (2025), Daejarn Asi (2024), Dylan Brown (2025, PO 2031), Haze Dunster (2024, MO 2025), Jack Murchie (2024), Jirah Momoisea (2024), J’maine Hopgood (2025), Joe Ofahengaue (2024), Joey Lussick (2025), Josh Hodgson (2024), Junior Paulo (2026), Ky Rodwell (2024), Maika Sivo (2025), Makahesi Makatoa (2024), Matt Doorey (2025), Mitchell Moses (2026, CO 2028), Mitch Rein (2023), Nathan Brown (2023), Ofahiki Ogden (2023, CO 2024), Reagan Campbell-Gillard (2025), Ryan Matterson (2025 PO 2026), Samuel Loizou (2023), Sean Russell (2025), Shaun Lane (2025, MO 2026), Waqa Blake (2023), Will Penisini (2025), Wiremu Greig (2023)
Development players: Blaize Talagi (2024), Uinitoni Mataele (2023), Zac Cini (2024)
2023 gains: Joey Lussick (St Helens, Joe Ofahengaue (mid-season), Josh Hodgson (Raiders), J’maine Hopgood (Panthers), Jirah Momoisea (Knights), Jack Murchie (Warriors), Matt Doorey (Bulldogs)
2023 losses: Jakob Arthur (Sea Eagles mid-season), Marata Niukore (Warriors), Isaiah Papali’I (Wests Tigers), Oregon Kaufusi (Sharks), Reed Mahoney (Bulldogs), Ray Stone (Dolphins), Tom Opacic (Hull KR), Hayze Perham (Bulldogs), David Hollis (unsigned), Jakob Arthur (Manly)
2024 losses: Jack Murchie (Huddersfield), Josh Hodgson (retired)
Coach: Brad Arthur (2024)
2023 squad: Brian To’o (2027), Chris Smith (2023), Dylan Edwards (2024), Eddie Blacker (2023), Isaah Yeo (2024), Izack Tago (2025), Jack Cogger (2023), Jaeman Salmon (2023), James Fisher-Harris (2026), Jarome Luai (2024), Liam Martin (2027), Lindsay Smith (2024), Luke Garner (2024), Matt Eisenhuth (2024), Mitch Kenny (2024), Moses Leota (2027), Nathan Cleary (2027), Scott Sorensen (2026), Soni Luke (2025), Spencer Leniu (2023), Stephen Crichton (2023), Sunia Turuva (2024), Taylan May (2024), Thomas Jenkins (2023), Tyrone Peachey (2024), Zac Hosking (2024), Jesse McLean (2026), Jack Cole (2026)
Development players: Ativalu Lisati (2023), Liam Henry (2026), Mavrik Geyer (2023), Niwhai Puru (2023)
2023 gains: Luke Garner (Wests Tigers), Tyrone Peachey (Wests Tigers), Zac Hosking (Broncos), Jack Cogger (Huddersfield)
2023 losses: Apisai Koroisau (Wests Tigers), Viliame Kikau (Bulldogs), Isaiya Katoa (Dolphins), Robert Jennings (Dolphins), J’maine Hopgood (Eels), Sean O’Sullivan (Dolphins), Charlie Staines (Wests Tigers), Christian Crichton (unsigned)
2024 gains: Daine Laurie (from Tigers)
2024 losses: Stephen Crichton (Bulldogs), Spencer Leniu (Roosters), Jack Cogger (Knights)
Coach: Ivan Cleary (2027)
2023 squad: Alec Tu’itavake (2023), Ben Hunt (2025), Ben Murdoch-Masila (2024), Billy Burns (2023), Blake Lawrie (2026), Cody Ramsey (2024), Francis Molo (2024), Jack de Belin (2024), Jack Bird (2024, MO 2025), Jacob Liddle (2025, MO 2026), Jaiyden Hunt (2024), Jayden Sullivan (2023), Jaydn Su’A (2024), Mathew Feagai (2024), Max Feagai (2024), Michael Molo (2024), Mikaele Ravalawa (2026), Moses Suli (2024), Nick Lui-Toso (2023), Talatau Amone (2024), Tautau Moga (2023), Toby Couchman (2025), Ryan Couchman (2025), Tyrell Fuimaono (2023), Tyrell Sloan (2024), Zac Lomax (2026), Zane Musgrove (2024), Paul Turner (2024), Viliami Fifita (2023)
Development players: Connor Muhleisen (2023), Jackson Shereb (2024), Josh Coric (2024), Sione Finau (2023)
2023 gains: Alec Tu’itavake (2023), Viliami Fifita (2023), Zane Musgrove (Wests Tigers), Nick Lui-Toso (Northern Pride), Jacob Liddle (Wests Tigers), Ben Murdoch-Masila (Warriors)
2023 losses: Aaron Woods (Sea Eagles), Jackson Ford (Warriors), George Burgess (retired), Poasa Faamausili (Dolphins), Jack Gosiewski (Cowboys), Andrew McCullough (retired), Moses Mbye (St Helens)
2024 gains: Hame Sele (Rabbitohs)
2024 losses: Jayden Sullivan (Tigers)
2023 squad: Alex Johnston (2025), Benjamin Lovett (2024), Blake Taaffe (2023), Cameron Murray (2028), Campbell Graham (2027), Cody Walker (2025), Damien Cook (2025), Daniel Suluka-Fifita (2025), Davvy Moale (2025), Dean Hawkins (2023), Hame Sele (2023), Isaiah Taas (2024), Izaac Thompson (2024), Jacob Host (2023), Jai Arrow (2024), Jed Cartwright (2023), Josiah Karapani (2024), Keaon Koloamatangi (2024), Lachlan Ilias (2025), Latrell Mitchell (2027), Leon Te Hau (2024), Michael Chee Kam (2023), Peter Mamouzelos (2024), Shaquai Mitchell (2024), Siliva Havili (2025), Taane Milne (2024), Terrell Kalo Kalo (2023), Tevita Tatola (2028), Thomas Burgess (2024)
Development players: Jye Gray (2023, CO 2024), Tallis Duncan (2023), Tyrone Munro (2023)
2023 gains: N/A
2023 losses: Mark Nicholls (Dolphins), Kodi Nikorima (Dolphins), Jaxson Paulo (Roosters), Liam Knight (Bulldogs)
2024 gains: Jack Wighton (from Raiders)
2024 losses: Jed Cartwright (Knights), Hame Sele (Dragons), Blake Taaffe (Bulldogs)
Coach: Jason Demetriou (2023)
2023 squad: Angus Crichton (2024), Brandon Smith (2024, PO 2025), Billy Smith (2023), Connor Watson (2023), Corey Allan (2023), Daniel Tupou (2024), Drew Hutchison (2023), Egan Butcher (2025), Fletcher Baker (2023), Jake Turpin (2023), James Tedesco (2025), Jared Waerea-Hargreaves (2024), Jaxson Paulo (2023, PO 2024), Joseph Manu (2024), Joseph Suaali’i (2023, PO 2024), Lindsay Collins (2026), Luke Keary (2024), Naufau Whyte (2024), Nat Butcher (2024), Paul Momirovski (2024), Robert Toia (2025), Sam Walker (2025), Sitili Tupouniua (2024), Siua Wong (2024), Terrell May (2024), Tukupa Hau Tapuha (2023), Victor Radley (2027)
Development players: Sandon Smith (2024), Thomas Deakin (2023), Vuate Karawalevu (2023)
2023 gains: Brandon Smith (Storm), Jake Turpin (Broncos), Jaxson Paulo (Rabbitohs), Corey Allan (Bulldogs), Nathan Brown (Eels)
2023 losses: Matt Lodge (Sea Eagles), Siosiua Taukeiaho, Adam Keighran (both Catalans Dragons), Daniel Suluka-Fifita (Rabbitohs), Oliver Gildart (Dolphins), Sam Verrills (Titans), Renouf Atoni (Wakefield), Tuku Hau Tapuha (released)
2024 gains: Spencer Leniu (Panthers), Dominic Young (Knights), Alex Young (development — Newcastle Thunder)
2024 losses: Jaxson Paulo (Manly), Fletcher Baker (Broncos)
Coach: Trent Robinson (2028)
2023 squad: Adam Pompey (2025), Addin Fonua-Blake (2026), Brayden Wiliame (2024), Bunty Afoa (2025), Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad (2025), Dallin Watene-Zelezniak (2024), Dylan Walker (2025), Edward Kosi (2023), Freddy Lussick (2024), Jazz Tevaga (2024), Josh Curran (2024), Luke Metcalf (2024), Marata Niukore (2026), Marcelo Montoya (2025), Mitchell Barnett (2025), Rocco Berry (2024), Ronald Volkman (2025), Shaun Johnson (2023), Te Maire Martin (2025), Tohu Harris (2024), Tom Ale (2025), Viliami Vailea (2023), Wayde Egan (2025) Ali Leiataua (2025)
Development players: Ali Leiataua (2024), Demitric Sifakula (2023), Jacob Laban (2024), Zyon Maiu’u (2024)
2023 gains: Marata Niukore (Eels), Luke Metcalf (Sharks), Dylan Walker (Sea Eagles), Mitchell Barnett (Knights), Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad (Raiders), Te Maire Martin (Broncos), Jackson Ford (Dragons), Brayden Wiliame (Perpignan)
2023 losses: Taniela Otukolo (released), Otukinekina Kepu (released), Euan Aitken (Dolphins), Reece Walsh (Broncos), Eliesa Katoa (Storm), Aaron Pene (Storm), Jack Murchie (Eels), Ben Murdoch-Masila (Dragons)
2024 gains: Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (union), Chanel Harris-Tavita (gap year)
2024 losses: Viliami Vailea (Cowboys), Bayley Sironen (released), Valingi Kepu (released)
Coach: Andrew Webster (2025)
2023 squad: Adam Doueihi (2024), Alex Twal (2024), Alex Seyfarth (2023), Apisai Koroisau (2026), Apisalome Saukuru (2023), Asu Kepaoa (2024), Brandon Tumeth (2024, PO 2025), Brent Naden (2025), Charlie Staines (2023), Daine Laurie (2023), David Klemmer (2025, MO 2026), David Nofoaluma (2025), Fonua Pole (2025), Isaiah Papali’I (2025), Jahream Bula (2025), Jake Simpkin (2024), John Bateman (2026), Junior Tupou (2024), Justin Matamua (2024, CO 2025), Luke Brooks (2023), Rua Ngatikaura (2024), Shawn Blore (2024), Sione Fainu (2024), Starford To’a (2024), Stefano Utoikamanu (2024, MO 2025), Tommy Talau (2023), Triston Reilly (2024), Tukimihia Simpkins (2023)
Development players: Christian Ma’anaima (2023), Josh Feledy (2023), Kitione Kautoga (2023)
2023 gains: Apisai Koroisau (Panthers), Isaiah Papali’I (Eels), David Nofoaluma (return from loan), Charlie Staines (Panthers), David Klemmer (Knights), John Bateman (Wigan), Brandon Wakeham (Bulldogs)
2023 losses: Joe Ofahengaue (Eels mid-season), Luke Garner (Panthers), Kelma Tuilagi (Sea Eagles), Zane Musgrove (Dragons), Jock Madden (Broncos), James Tamou (Cowboys), Oliver Gildart (Dolphins), Jacob Liddle (Dragons), Tyrone Peachey (Panthers), Jackson Hastings (Knights), Ken Maumalo (Titans)
2024 gains: Samuela Fainu (Sea Eagles), Latu Fainu (Sea Eagles), Jayden Sullivan (Dragons), Aidan Sezer (Leeds Rhinos)
2024 losses: Luke Brooks, Tommy Talau (both Manly), Daine Laurie (Panthers)
Coach: Tim Sheens (2024)
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