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Sironen has played 24 NRL amateur aback authoritative his admission for the Wests Tigers in 2017, 22 of which accept been for the Rabbitohs over the accomplished two seasons.
“We accept accepted Bayley a absolution as we did not ahead it was fair to angle in the way of him demography up an continued and admired action at accession Club,” Rabbitohs Arch of Football Mark Ellison said.
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“Bayley has served the Club able-bodied over the accomplished two years, his affairs with us over this absolution accept been able and respectful, and we accept he has played the best football of his adolescent career at the Rabbitohs.
“He’s a abundant adolescent man and we ambition him the best of luck at his new club. He will consistently be a Rabbitoh.”
Meanwhile the Warriors appear Sironen’s signing on a three-year-deal.
“One of rugby league’s best acclaimed names is set to articulation with the Vodafone Warriors afterwards acceptance South Sydney aback rower Bayley Sironen has agreed agreement for a three-year arrangement from abutting season,” the club said in a statement.
The 23-year-old is the son of the allegorical Paul Sironen and adolescent brother of Manly Sea Eagles brilliant Curtis Sironen.
“We accept had our eyes on Bayley for some time but we didn’t accept the positions accessible at the time,” Vodafone Warriors application administrator Peter O’Sullivan said.
“Fortunately he became accessible now. (Head coach) Nathan (Brown) was agog to add a point of aberration to our band to antithesis our key signings and Bayley will accompany that.
“He comes from one of the game’s greatest families and will add some invaluable footy IQ to our squad.”
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O’Sullivan said the Vodafone Warriors were beholden to South Sydney CEO Blake Solly, arch drillmaster Wayne Bennett and football administrator Mark Ellison for their administration of Sironen’s release.
“I was absolutely agog to add an edge/middle advanced to our agenda for 2021 and Bayley fits the bill,” drillmaster Nathan Brown said.
“He was able to ample in at five-eighth and centre as able-bodied as the aback row in 2020 so he adds the versatility, accomplishment and arresting capabilities that we were attractive for.
“His accession puts burden on all our assiduously for positions and adds invaluable abyss of affection in our aback row.”
JOHNS LINKS WITH FATHER’S OLD CLUB THE KNIGHTS
The Knights accept appear the signing of Jack Johns on a one year development contract.
Johns, the son of Knights fable Matthew and nephew of Immortal Andrew, allotment to the Knights afterwards spending two seasons with South Sydney.
Despite not accepting a assets brand antagonism in 2020, Johns affected his way into Wayne Bennett’s aggregation and fabricated his NRL admission in Round 11 adjoin the Raiders.
The 23-year-old played 24 amateur for the Knights in the 2017 Holden Cup, finishing the year arena in the World Cup for Italy.
With a abundant bigger body than his father, Johns has developed into a activating and able back-rower with boundless potential, while still actuality at home in the No.6 jersey his ancestor fabricated so acclaimed in the 1990s.
Knights Accepted Administrator Of Football, Danny Buderus, said he was attractive advanced to accepting Johns aback at the Knights.
“Jack has developed both physically and as a footballer, while actuality a abundant altered appearance to Matty and Andrew,” Buderus said.
“His alteration into a ball-playing average advanced with acceptable able will accommodate a accomplishment set which adds to the abyss of our squad.”
The development accord will tie Johns to the Knights until at atomic the end of the 2021 season.
TIGERS SIGN ROBERTS AND PANTHERS YOUNG GUN
Meanwhile Wests Tigers accept snatched one of the best able adolescent fullbacks in the bold from Penrith.
The Tigers accept active 21-year-old Daine Laurie, but he won’t access at Concord until 2022 as he’s apprenticed to the Panthers for accession season.
It comes a day afterwards the Tigers additionally appear the signing of James Roberts.
“I’m actual aflame to be a allotment of a affection club which is acutely on the rise,” Roberts said.
“The befalling to accumulate with Michael Maguire is too acceptable to canyon up and I’m attractive advanced to alive carefully with him again.
“I’m additionally absolutely afflicted with the assignment Wests Tigers are accomplishing in creating pathways for Aboriginal bodies and it’s article I’m absolutely amorous about.
“I’d like to acknowledge South Sydney for the abutment they’ve accustomed me and my ancestors over the accomplished two years and I can’t delay to alpha my new affiliate with Wests Tigers.”
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Wests Tigers CEO Justin Pascoe accustomed Roberts to the club and commended his attitude throughout the agreement action in contempo weeks.
“On account of all at the club, I’d like to acceptable James to Wests Tigers,” Pascoe said.
“James is a astounding amateur and provides accession x-factor to our alfresco backs.
“We durably accept that the NRL is bigger off accepting talents like James in the antagonism and we’re attractive advanced to alive carefully with him both on and off the field.
“James understands the albatross he has to his teammates, the Wests Tigers Members and all those associated with the club and is acutely bent to ensure this befalling anon contributes to the success of Wests Tigers.”
Wests Tigers Drillmaster Michael Maguire echoed Pascoe’s comments in affable Roberts to the club.
“James is acutely an aberrant footballer who will add a lot to our ancillary and I’m actual admiring to see him abide his rugby alliance career with Wests Tigers,” Maguire said.
Meanwhile the Knights appear the re-signing of Josh King on a one year accord for the 2021 season.
King said he’s aflame to be blockage in Newcastle for accession season.
“I am amorous about the arena and the Club so I am over the moon to be blockage on for accession year” King said.
“2020 was an important year in that I was able to acquire my atom the adamantine way. I was absolutely admiring to be able to comedy seven amateur and will be blame adamantine to comedy added abutting season.
“I’ve been alive adamantine aback the end of the division and cannot delay to get aback into pre-season training. I apperceive I accept a lot to action and I acknowledge Adam and anybody at the club for abetment me to ability my abounding potential.”
DRAGONS RELEASE VETERAN, RE-SIGN FORWARD
Meanwhile, the Dragons accept appear advanced Korbin Sims from the final year of his contract. The 28-year-old is abandonment the Red V to booty up an befalling with English Super Alliance club, Hull KR on a two-year deal. He played 141 amateur in the NRL — 21 of those for the Dragons.
“I’d like to acknowledge Korbin for his accession at the Red V and ambition him all the best in his approaching endeavours,” Dragons’ accepted administrator of football Ben Haran said.
St George Illawarra accept additionally re-signed advanced Kaide Ellis on a one-year accord afterwards the above Panther abutting the club mid-season.
“Kaide accustomed at the Dragons in contempo months with aerial accreditation and he absolutely accepted a absolute accession to our aggregation in the aback end of aftermost season,” Haran said.
KNIGHTS ADD TO THEIR PACK
The Knights accept active above Bulldogs advanced Sauaso Sue on a two-year-deal.
Sue has played 142 NRL amateur and will accompany the Knights in time for their 2021 pre-season and will break with the club until at atomic the end of the 2022 season.
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Finally the Knights appear the signing of Raiders brilliant Josh Hodgson’s nephew Bailey on a three-year-deal.
Hodgson, will access in Australia on Saturday to access two weeks of binding apprehension afore bond with the Knights band for the 2021 pre-season.
An English adolescence international, Hodgson fabricated his Super Alliance admission for the Castleford Tigers, aloof ten canicule afterwards his 18th birthday.
At home at fullback and in the centres, Hodgson will accompany a mix of strike, antithesis and bold acquaintance abilities to the Knights squad.
Knights Arch of Recruitment, Clint Zammit, said the adolescent livewire will be accustomed every adventitious to advance beneath the administration of Adam O’Brien and the chief arena squad.
“Bailey is an agitative prospect, he is a accustomed amateur with abundant antithesis and footwork,” he said.
“For the accomplished 13 months I accept watched him abide to advance rapidly.
“His alertness to assignment adamantine and attempt in every aspect has accustomed him to comedy in the Super League, admitting his age.
“Whilst he is alone young, he will be afforded all the time and assets appropriate to acquiesce him to abound into a amateur that we ahead will accept a continued career at the Knights.”
Hodgson’s arrangement will see him abide a Knight until at atomic the end of the 2023 season.
FULL NRL TRANSFER CENTRE
2021 squad: Jesse Arthars (2021), Patrick Carrigan (2022), Xavier Coates (2021), Brodie Croft (2022), Thomas Dearden (2021), Herbie Farnworth (2022), Thomas Flegler (2021), Alex Glenn (2021), Payne Haas (2024), Jamayne Isaako (2022), Rhys Kennedy (2022), Richie Kennar (2022), Matt Lodge (2022, PO 23, 24), Andrew McCullough (2021), Anthony Milford (2021), Corey Oates (2021, PO 22), Joe Ofahengaue (2022), Cory Paix (2022), Keenan Palasia (2021), Tevita Pangai Jr (2022), Jordan Riki (2021) Kotoni Staggs (2021), Jake Turpin (2021, PO 22).
TBC: Jamil Hopoate (2020), Jordan Kahu (2020), Issac Luke (2020), Izaia Perese (2020), Ben Te’o (2020), Ilikena Vudogo (2020)
2021 gains: Andrew McCullough (Knights)
2021 losses: Darius Boyd (retirement), David Fifita (Titans), Jack Bird (Dragons), Matt Gillett (retired), Sean O’Sullivan (Warriors)
Coach: Kevin Walters (2023)
2021 squad: Caleb Aekins (2021), Adam Cook (2021), Jarrod Croker (2024), Matt Frawley (2021), Emre Guler (2021), Corey Harawira-Naera (2022), Siliva Havili (2021), Josh Hodgson (2022), Corey Horsburgh (2022), Ryan James (2022) Dunamis Lui (2021), Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad (2023), Josh Papalii (2024, PO 25), Jordan Rapana (2022), Harry Rushton (2023), Curtis Scott (2023), Bailey Simonsson (2023), Harley Smith-Shields (2021), Sia Soliola (2021), Tom Starling (2022), Ryan Sutton (2022), Joe Tapine (2023), Matt Timoko (2022), Semi Valemei (2021), Elliott Whitehead (2022), Jack Wighton (2024), George Williams (2022), Sam Williams (2021), Hudson Adolescent (2021).
2021 gains: Caleb Aekins (Panthers), Harry Rushton (Wigan), Ryan James (Titans)
2021 losses: Nick Cotric (Bulldogs), John Bateman (Wigan), Michael Oldfield (Eels), Andre Niko, Kurt Baptiste (Sunshine Coast Falcons)
Coach: Ricky Stuart (2023)
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2021 squad: Jake Averillo (2023), Dean Britt (2021), Nick Cotric (2024) Christian Crichton (2021), Adam Elliott (2023), Raymond Faitala-Mariner (2022), Kyle Flanagan (2023), Jack Hetherington (2022), Will Hopoate (2021), Josh Jackson (2023), Sione Katoa (2021), Lachlan Lewis (2021), Jeremy Marshall-King (2021), Nick Meaney (2021), Dylan Napa (2021), Ofahiki Ogden (2021), Jayden Okunbor (2021), Chris Smith (2021), Joe Stimson (2022), Renouf To’omaga (2021), Corey Waddell (2023), Brandon Wakeham (2022), Dallin Watene-Zelezniak (2022) Luke Thompson (2023)
2021 gains: Jack Hetherington (Panthers) Nick Cotric (Raiders), Corey Waddell (Sea Eagles), Kyle Flanagan (Roosters)
2021 losses: Sauaso Sue (Knights), Reimis Smith (Storm), Kerrod Holland (retirement) Kieran Foran (Sea Eagles), Marcelo Montoya (Warriors), Aiden Tolman (Sharks), Jack Cogger, Tim Lafai, Isaiah Tass (all unsigned)
Coach: Trent Barrett (2023)
2021 squad: Blayke Brailey (2022), Josh Dugan (2021), Andrew Fifita (2022), Wade Graham (2022), Braden Hamlin-Uele (2022), Royce Hunt (2022), Shaun Johnson (2021), Sione Katoa (2023), William Kennedy (2021), Billy Magoulias (2021), Matt Moylan (2021), Ronaldo Mulitalo (2023), Briton Nikora (2022), Jesse Ramien (2023), Toby Rudolf (2021), Aiden Tolman (2021) Chad Townsend (2023), Connor Tracey (2021), Jack Williams (2022), Teig Wilton (2023), Aaron Woods (2021), Bronson Xerri (2021), Nene Macdonald (2021), Siosifa Talakai (2021)
TBC: Kayleb Milne (2020), Mawene Hiroti (2020), Scott Sorensen (2020), Brayden Trindall (2020), Bryson Goodwin (2020)
2021 gains: Aiden Tolman (Sharks)
2021 losses: Jayson Bukuya (retirement), Cameron King (Townsville Blackhawks), Cruz Topai-Aveai (released)
Coach: John Morris (2021)
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2021 squad: Tanah Boyd (2022), AJ Brimson (2022), Bryce Cartwright (2021), Erin Clark (2021), Anthony Don (2021), Herman Ese’ese (2022) Tino Fa’asuamaleaui (2023), Darius Farmer (2021), David Fifita (2023), Moeaki Fotuaika (2022), Beau Fermor (2022), Patrick Herbet (2021) Jaimin Joliffe (2022), Brian Kelly (2021), Greg Leleisiuao (2021), Sam Lisone (2022), Sam McIntyre (2022) Tyrone Peachey (2021), Jonus Pearson (2021), Kevin Proctor (2021), Mitch Rein (2021), Phillip Sami (2022), Treymain Spry (2021), Ash Taylor (2021), Jarrod Wallace (2022), Jai Whitbread (2021), Corey Thompson, Jamal Fogarty (2022)
2021 gains: Tino Fa’asuamaleaui (Storm), Herman Ese’ese (Knights), David Fifita (Broncos) Patrick Herbert (Warriors), Sam McIntyre (Tigers)
TBC: Sam Stone (2020)
2021 losses: Dale Copley (Titans), Jai Arrow (Rabbitohs), Ryan James (Raiders), Keegan Hipgrave (Eels), Shannon Boyd (retirement), Tyrone Roberts, Nathan Peats (unsigned), Kallum Watkins (released mid-season to Salford)
Coach: Justin Holbrook (2024)
2021 squad: Morgan Boyle (2021), Daly Cherry-Evans (2023), Lachlan Croker (2021), Cade Cust (2022), Andrew Davey (2022), Kieran Foran (2021), Manase Fainu (2023), Addin Fonua-Blake (2022), Tevita Funa (2021), Reuben Garrick (2021), Jack Gosiewski (2021), Morgan Harper (2022), Sean Keppie (2023), Haumole Olakau’ata (2021, CO 22), Brad Parker (2021), Taniela Paseka (2024), Josh Schuster (2021), Toafofoa Sipley (2021), Curtis Sironen (2021), Moses Suli (2023), Jorge Taufua (2023), Martin Taupau (2022), Jake Trbojevic (2026), Tom Trbojevic (2026), Dylan Walker (2021)
2021 gains: Kieran Foran (Bulldogs), Andrew Davey (Eels)
TBC: Albert Hopoate (2020), Luke Metcalf (2020), Samuel Smith (2020)
2021 losses: Joel Thompson (St Helens), Corey Waddell (Bulldogs), Addin Fonua-Blake (Warriors), Danny Levi, Brendan Elliott, Tony Williams (all unsigned)
Coach: Des Hasler (2021)
2021 squad: Josh Addo-Carr (2021), Nelson Asofa-Solomona (2023), Jesse Bromwich (2022), Kenny Bromwich (2022, PO 23), Thomas Eisenhuth (2022), Dale Finucane (2021), Harry Grant (2024) Jack Howarth (2022), Jahrome Hughes (2021), Nicho Hynes (2021), Ryley Jacks (2021), George Jennings (2022), Tui Kamikamica (2022, CO 23), Felise Kaufusi (2021, PO 22), Max King (2021), Chris Lewis (2022) Isaac Lumelume (2021), Cameron Munster (2023), Justin Olam (2022), Ryan Papenhuyzen (2022), Aaron Pene (2021), Darryn Schonig (2021), Brandon Smith (2022), Reimis Smith (2022), Christian Welch (2022), Cooper Johns (2021), Brenko Lee (2021), Marion Seve (2021)
2021 gains: Reimis Smith (from Bulldogs until 2022),Harry Grant (loan acknowledgment from Tigers), Jack Howarth (upgraded), George Jennings (2022)
TBC: Ricky Leutele (2020), Cameron Smith (2020)
2021 losses: Tino Fa’asuamaleaui (Titans), Paul Momirovski (loan acknowledgment to Tigers), Albert Vete (Hull KR) Suliasi Vunivalu (Super Rugby), Sandor Earl (unsigned)
Coach: Craig Bellamy (2021)
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2021 squad: Bradman Best (2022), Jayden Brailey (2022), Phoenix Crossland (2021), Lachlan Fitzgibbon (2021), Tyson Frizell (2022 PO 23), Blake Green (2021), Bailey Hodgson (2023), Tex Hoy (2021), Hymel Hunt (2021), Jack Johns (2022), Josh King (2021) David Klemmer (2023), Edrick Lee (2021), Kurt Mann (2021), Jirah Momoisea (2022), Mitchell Pearce (2021), Kalyn Ponga (2021, PO 22), Daniel Saifiti (2022), Jacob Saifiti (2022), Pasami Saulo (2022), Gehamat Shibasaki (2022), Brilliant To’a (2021), Enari Tuala (2021), Connor Watson (2021), Dom Adolescent (2023)
2021 gains: Jack Johns (Rabbitohs), Bailey Hodgson (Castleford), Sauaso Sue (Bulldogs),Tyson Frizell (Dragons), Dom Adolescent (Huddersfield), Blake Green (Bulldogs)
TBC: Mitchell Barnett (2020), Mason Lino (2020), Brodie Jones (2020), Tyronne Roberts-Davis (2020)
2021 losses: Herman Ese’ese (Titans), Andrew McCullough (loan aback to Broncos), Aidan Guerra, Tim Glasby (both retired), Sione Mata’utia (St Helens), Tautau Moga (Rabbitohs)
Coach: Adam O’Brien (2022)
2020 squad: Daejarn Asi (2021), Michael Bell (2021), Lachlan Burr (2022), Jake Clifford (2021), Ben Condon (2021) Reuben Cotter (2021), Scott Drinkwater (2021), Mitchell Dunn (2022), Kyle Feldt (2024), Thomas Gilbert (2022), Jake Granville (2021), Wiremu Gregg (2021) Ben Hampton (2021), Coen Hess (2022), Peter Hola (2022), Valentine Holmes (2025), Corey Jensen (2021), Connelly Lemuelu (2021), Heilum Luki (2021) Esan Marsters (2022), Josh McGuire (2022), Jordan McLean (2022), Francis Molo (2021), Michael Morgan (2023), Ieremia Nanai (2021), Justin O’Neill (2021), Emry Pere (2021), Reece Robson (2023), Tukimihia Simpkins (2021), Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow (2022), Murray Taulagi (2021), Jason Taumalolo (2027), Shane Wright (2021)
2021 gains: Lachlan Burr (Warriors)
2021 losses: Gavin Cooper (retired), Tom Opacic (Eels), John Asiata, Daniel Russell (both unsigned)
Coach: Todd Payten (2023)
2021 squad: Daniel Alvaro (2021), Waqa Blake (2023), Dylan Brown (2023), Nathan Brown (2021), Reagan Campbell-Gillard (2022, PO 23, CO 24), Blake Ferguson (2021), Clint Gutherson (2022), Keegan Hipgrave (2021 PO 22), Michael Jennings (2022), Oregon Kaufusi (2022), Shaun Lane (2023), Joey Lussick (2021), Reed Mahoney (2022), Ryan Matterson (2021, PO 22), Mitchell Moses (2021, PO 22), Marata Niukore (2022), Michael Olfield (2022), Tom Opacic (2021), Isaiah Papali’i (2022), Junior Paulo (2022), Jordan Rankin (2021), Maika Sivo (2021), Will Smith (2021)
2021 gains: Joey Lussick (Salford), Tom Opacic (Cowboys), Isaiah Papali’i (Warriors), Michael Oldfield (Raiders), Keegan Hipgrave (Titans), Nathaniel Roache (Warriors)
TBC: Ray Stone (2020)
2021 losses: Stefano Utoikamanu (Tigers), Kane Evans (Warriors), Andrew Davey (Sea Eagles), George Jennings (Storm), David Gower (retired), Jai Acreage (Wigan), Peni Terepo, Rhys Davies, Jaeman Salmon, Brad Takairangi (all unsigned)
Coach: Brad Arthur (2022)
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2021 squad: Dean Blore (2021), William Burns (2022), Matt Burton (2021), Kurt Capewell (2021), Nathan Cleary (2024), Stephen Crichton (2021), Dylan Edwards (2022), James Fisher-Harris (2022), Jack Hetherington (2021), Robert Jennings (2021), Matt Eisenhuth (2022), Mitch Kenny (2021), Viliame Kikau (2022), Apisai Koroisau (2022), Spencer Leniu (2021), Moses Leota (2022), Jarome Luai (2021), Josh Mansour (2021), Liam Martin (2023), Tyrone May (2021), Brent Naden (2021), Charlie Staines (2023), Zane Tetevano (2021), Brian To’o (2023), Dean Whare (2021, MO 22), Isaah Yeo (2021)
2021 gains: Robert Jennings, Matt Eisenhuth (both Tigers)
TBC: Kaide Ellis (2020)
2021 losses: Caleb Aekins (Raiders), Jack Hetherington (Bulldogs), James Tamou (Tigers), Malakai Watene-Zelezniak, Pat Hollis, Brayden McGrady (all unsigned)
Coach: Ivan Cleary (2023)
2021 squad: Jack Bird (2022), Eddie Blacker (2021), Adam Clune (2022), Jack de Belin (2021), Matt Dufty (2021), Kaide Ellis (2021), Poasa Faamausili (2022), Jackson Ford (2022), Tyrell Fuimaono (2021), Ben Hunt (2022, PO 23), Josh Kerr (2023), Blake Lawrie (2022), Zac Lomax (2025), Cameron McInnes (2021), Trent Merrin (2021), Corey Norman (2021), Jordan Pereira (2021), Mikaele Ravalawa (2023), Jason Saab (2022), Tariq Sims (2022), Paul Vaughan (2021, PO 22), Brayden Wiliame (2021),
2021 gains: Poasa Faamausili (Roosters), Jack Bird (Broncos)
TBC: Billy Brittain (2020)
2021 losses: Jacob Host (Rabbitohs) Tyson Frizell (Knights), Euan Aitken (Warriors), Korbin Sims (Super League), Jacob Host, Tristan Sailor, Joe Lovodua (all unsigned)
Coach: Anthony Griffin (2022)
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2021 squad: Corey Allan (2021), Jai Arrow (2024), Tom Burgess (2023), Braidon Burns (2021), Jed Cartwright (2023), Damien Cook (2023), Joshua Cook (2021), Troy Dargan (2021), Dane Gagai (2021), Campbell Graham (2024), Jacob Host (2023), Dean Hawkins (2021), Alex Johnston (2022), Liam Knight (2023), Keaon Kolomatangi (2021), Patrick Mago (2021), Steven Marsters (2021), Taane Milne (2022), Latrell Mitchell (2021), Cameron Murray (2021), Mark Nicholls (2021), Adam Reynolds (2021), Hame Sele (2023), Jaydn Su’A (2021), Tevita Tatola (2021), Cody Walker (2022)
2021 gains: Jacob Host (Dragons), Taane Milne (Warriors), Jai Arrow (Titans)
2021 losses: Jack Johns (Knights), Bayley Sironen (Warriors), Ethan Lowe (retirement), James Roberts (Tigers), Tom Amone, Cory Denniss, Kurt Dillon, Ky Rodwell
Coach: Wayne Bennett (2021)
2021 squad: Fletcher Baker (2021), Egan Butcher (2021), Nat Butcher (2022), Lindsay Collins (2022), Boyd Cordner (2023), Angus Crichton (2021), Jake Friend (2021) Matt Ikuvalu (2022), Luke Keary (2024), Adam Keighran (2022), Isaac Liu (2021), Joseph Manu (2022), Brett Morris (2021), Josh Morris (2021), Victor Radley (2023), Billy Smith (2021), Daniel Suluka-Fifita (2022), Siosiua Taukeiaho (2022), James Tedesco (2021), Christian Tuipulotu (2021), Daniel Tupou (2021), Sitili Tupouniua (2021), Sam Verrills (2021), Jared Waerea-Hargreaves (2023).
TBC: Drew Hutchison (2020), Lachlan Lam (2020)
2021 gains: Adam Keighran (Warriors)
2021 losses: Kyle Flanagan (Bulldogs), Poasa Faamausili (Dragons), Mitchell Aubusson (retirement), Ryan Hall (Hull KR) Sonny Bill Williams (Toronto Wolfpack)
Coach: Trent Robinson (2023)
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2021 squad: Bunty Afoa (2021), Leeson Ah Mau (2021), Josh Curran (2021), Wayde Egan (2022), David Fusitu’a (2023), Tohu Harris (2021), Chanel Harris-Tavita (2022), Peta Hiku (2021), Eliesa Katoa (2021), Karl Lawton (2021), Ken Maumalo (2022), Jack Murchie (2021), Marcelo Montoya (2022), Kodi Nikorima (2021, PO 22), Sean O’Sullivan (2021), Hayze Perham (2021), Adam Pompey (2021), Bayley Sironen (2023), Jamayne Taunoa-Brown (2022), Jazz Tevaga (2021), Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (2022)
2021 gains: Bayley Sironen (Rabbitohs), Marcelo Montoya (Bulldogs), Kane Evans (Eels) Ben Murdoch-Masila (Warrington), Euan Aitken (Dragons), Addin Fonua-Blake (Sea Eagles), Sean O’Sullivan (Broncos)
2021 losses: Taane Milne (Rabbitohs), Adam Blair (retirement), Patrick Herbert (Titans), Isaiah Papali’i (Eels), Lachlan Burr (Cowboys), Adam Keighran (Roosters), Nathaniel Roache (Eels), Agnatius Paasi (St Helens), Gerald Beale (retirement) Leivaha Pulu, King Vuniyayawa (both unsigned)
Coach: Nathan Brown (2023)
2021 squad: Josh Aloiai (2021), Shawn Blore (2021), Kane Bradley (2021), Luke Brooks (2023), Michael Chee-Kam (2021), Zac Cini (2021), Adam Doueihi (2023), Luke Garner (2022), Asu Kepaoa (2023), Joey Leilua (2022), Luciano Leilua (2022), Jacob Liddle (2021), Jock Madden (2021), Moses Mbye (2022), Thomas Mikaele (2021), Paul Momirovski (2022), Zane Musgrove (2021), David Nofoaluma (2021), Russell Packer (2021), Josh Reynolds (2021), James Roberts (2022), Jake Simpkin (2022), Tommy Talau (2022), James Tamou (2022) Alex Twal (2022), Stefano Utoikamanu (2023), Billy Walters (2021)
2021 gains: James Roberts (Rabbitohs), Stefano Utoikamanu (Eels), Paul Momirovski (loan acknowledgment from Storm), James Tamou (Panthers), Jock Madden, Kane Bradley, Jake Simpkin, Zac Cini (all upgraded)
TBC: Alex Seyfarth (2020),
2021 losses: Harry Grant (loan acknowledgment to Storm), Chris Lawrence (retirement), Sam McIntyre (Titans), Matt Eisenhuth, Robert Jennings (both Panthers), Benji Marshall, Oliver Clark, Elijah Taylor, Dylan Smith (all unsigned)
2022 gains: Daine Laurie (Panthers)
Coach: Michael Maguire (2021)
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