SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 01: Players from all clubs pose during the 2018 NRL season launch at First Fleet Park on March 1, 2018 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Matt King/Getty Images)

Brisbane Broncos

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Alex Glenn, James Roberts, Patrick Mago, Andre Savelio, Jaydn Su’a, Payne Haas, Andrew McCullough, Jordan Kahu, Sean O’Sullivan, Anthony Milford, Joseph Ofahengaue, Thomas Dearden, Darius Boyd, Josh McGuire, Thomas Flegler, David Fifita, Kodi Nikorima, Troy Dargan, Gehamat Shibasaki, Kotoni Staggs, George Fai, Matt Gillett, Jack Bird, Myles Taueli, Jamayen Isaako, Patrick Carrigan

Canberra Raiders

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Brad Abbey, John Bateman, Luke Bateman, Nick Cotric, Jarrod Croker, Emre Guler, Siliva Havili, Ata Hingano, Josh Hodgson, Corey Horsburgh, Royce Hunt, Liam Knight, Sebastian Kris, Joey Leilua, Dunamis Lui, Jack Murchie, Michael Oldfield, Josh Papalii, Jordan Rapana, Aidan Sezer, Sia Soliola, Ryan Sutton, Joe Tapine, Elliott Whitehead, Jack Wighton, Sam Williams, Hudson Young

Canterbury Bulldogs

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Adam Elliott, Jack Cogger, Nick Meaney, Aiden Tolman, Jayden Okunbor, Ofahiki Ogden, Brandon Wakeham, Jeremy Marshall-King, Raymond Faitala-Mariner, Chris Smith, John Olive, Reimis Smith, Christian Chrichton, Josh Jackson, Renouf To’omaga, Corey Harawira-Naera, Kerrod Holland, Rhyse Martin, Danny Fualalo, Kieran Foran, Sauaso Sue, David Klemmer, Lachlan Lewis, Will Hopoate, Fa’amanu Brown, Marcelo Montoya, Zac Saddler, Francis Tualau, Michael Lichaa

Cronulla Sharks

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Aaron Gray, Cruz Topai-Aveai, Paul Gallen, Aaron Woods, Jack Williams, Isaac Lumelume, Andrew Fifita, Jayden Brailey, Scott Sorensen, Ava Seumanufagai, Jayson Bukuya, Sione Katoa, Billy Magoulias, Josh Dugan, Sosaia Feki, Blayke Brailey, Josh Morris, Valentine Holmes, Braden Uele, Kurt Capewell, Wade Graham, Briton Nikora, Kyle Falnagan, William Kennedy, Bronson Xerri, Matt Prior, Chad Townsend, Matt Moylan

Gold Coast Titans

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AJ Brimson, Jesse Arthars, Phillip Sami, Anthony Don, Keegan Hipgrave, Ryan James, Ash Taylor, Kevin Proctor, Ryley Jacks, Brenko Lee, Leilani Latu, Shannon Boyd, Bryce Cartwright, Maxwell King, Tyrone Peachey, Dale Copley, Michael Gordon, Tyrone Roberts, Jack Stockwell, Mitch rein, William Matthews, Jai Arrow, Moeaki Fotuaika, Jai Whitbread, Morgan Boyle, Jarrod Wallace, Nathan Peats

Manly Sea Eagles

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Daly Cherry-Evans, Cade Cust, Kane Elgey, Brendan Elliot, Manase Fainu, Addin Fonua-Blake, Tevita Funa, Reuben Garrick, Jack Gosiewski, Trent Hodkinson, Albert Hopoate, Brian Kelly, Semisi Kioa, Api Koroisau, Brad Parker, Taniela Paseka, Lloyd Perrett, Toafofoa Sipley, Curtis Sironen, Moses Suli, Kelepi Tanginoa, Jorge Taufua, Martin Taupau, Joel Thompson, Jake Trbojevic, Tom Trbojevic, Corey Waddell, Dylan Walker, Frank Winterstein

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Melbourne Storm

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Albert Vete, Felise Kaufusi, Ryan Papenhuyzen, Billy Walters, Jahrome Hughes, Sam Kasiano, Brandon Smith, Jesse Bromwich, Scott Drinkwater, Brodie Croft, Joe Stimson, Suliasi Vunivalu, Cameron Munster, Josh Addo-Carr, Thomas Eisenhuth, Cheyse Blair, Justin Olam, Tino Faasuamaleaui, Christian Welch, Kenny Bromwich, Will Chambers, Curtis Scott, Marion Seve, Dale Fuinucane, Nelson Asofa-Solomona, Tui Kamikamica, Patrick Kaufusi

Newcastle Knights

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Aidan Guerra, Josh King, Sione Mata’utia, Brodie Jones, Kalyn Ponga, Slade Griffin, Connor Watson, Lachlna Fitzgibbon, Tauau Moga, Daniel Saifiti, Mason Lino, Tim Glasby, Danny Levi, Mitchell Barnett, Edrick Lee, Micthell Pearce, Herman Ese’ese, Nathan Ross, Jacob Saifiti, Pasami Saulo, Jamie Buhrer, Sam Stone, Jesse Ramien, Shaun Kenny-Dowall

North Queensland Cowboys

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 Ben Barba, Gideon Mosby, Matt Scott, Ben Hampton, Jake Clifford, Michael Morgan, Nene Macdonald, Jake Granville, Mitchell Dunn, Coen Hess, Jason Taumalolo, Murray Taulagi, Corey Jensen, Javid Bowen, Scott Bolton, Emry Pere, John Asiata, Shane Wright, Enari Tuala, Jordan McLean, Te Maire Martin, Ethan Lowe, Justin O’Neill, Tom Opacic, Francis Molo, Kurt Baptiste, Gavin Cooper, Kyle Feldt

Parramatta Eels

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Andrew Davey, Jaeman Salmon, Nathan Brown, Bevan French, Josh Hoffman, Oregon Kaufusi, Blake Ferguson, Junior Paulo, Peni Terepo, Brad Takairangi, Kane Evans, Raymond Stone, Clint Gutherson, Kaysa Pritchard, Shaun Lane, Corey Norman, Maika Sivo, Tepai Moreoa, Daniel Alvaro, Manu Ma’u, Tim Mannah, David Gower, Marata Niukore, Will Smith, George Jennings, Michael Jennings, Greg Leleisiuao, Mitchell Moses

Penrith Panthers

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Caleb Aekins, Jed Cartwright, Sione Katoa, Dallin Watene-Zelezniak, Josh Mansour, Tim Grant, Dean Whare, Kaide Ellis, Trent Merrin, Dylan Edwards, Liam Martin, Tyrell Fuimaono, Isaah Yeo, Malakai Watene-Zezlniak, Tyrone May, Jack Hetherington, Moses Leota, Tyrone Phillips, James Fisher-Harris, Nathan Cleary, Viliame Kikau, James Maloney, Nick Lui-Toso, Waqa Blake, James Tamou, Paea Pua, Wayde Egan, Jarome Luai, Reagan Campbell-Gillard

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South Sydney Rabbitohs

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Adam Doueihi, Damien Cook, Mawene Hiroti, Adam Reynolds, Dane Gagai, Rhys Kennedy, Alex Johnston, Dean Britt, Richard Kennar, Bayley Sironen, George Burgess, Sam Burgess, Braidon Burns, Greg Inglis, Tevita Tatola, Cameron Murray, Jacob Gagan, Tom Burgess, Campbell Graham, Kurt Dillon, William Brittain, Cody Walker, Kyle Turner, Zane Musgrove, Connor Tracey, Mark Nicholls, Corey Allan, Matt McIlwrick

St George Illawarra Dragons

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Ben Hunt, Jeremy Latimore, Paul Vaughan, Blake Lawrie, Jonus Pearson, Reece Robson, Cameron McInnes, Jordan Pereira, Steven Masters, Darren Nicholls, Josh Kerr, Tariq Sims, Euan Aitken, Korbin Sims, Tim Lafai, Gareth Widdop, Kurt Mann, Tristan Sailor, Jack de Belin, Lachlan Timm, Tyson Frizell, Jacob Host, Luciano Leilua, Zac Lomax, Jai Field, Matt Dufty, James Graham, Mikaele Ravalawa

Sydney Roosters

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Angus Crichton, Jake Friend, Poasa Faamausili, Bernard Lewis, James Tedesco, Ryan Hall, Boyd Cordner, Jared Waerea-Hargreaves, Shaquai Mitchell, Brett Morris, Joseph Manu, Sio Siua Taukeiaho, Brock Lamb, Josh Curran, Sitili Tupouniua, Cooper Cronk, Latrell Mitchell, Victor Radley, Daniel Tupou, Lindsay Collins, Zane Tetevano, Dylan Napa, Luke Keary, Egan Butcher, Mitchell Aubusson, Isaac Liu, Nat Butcher

New Zealand Warriors

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Adam Blair, Issac Luke, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, Agnatius Paasi, Bunty Afoa, Sam Lisone, Blake Ayshford, James Gavet, Shaun Johnson, Blake Green, Karl Lawton, Solomone Kata, Chanel Harris-Tavita, Ken Maumalo, Tevita Satae, Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, Leeson Ah Mau, Tohu Harris, David Fusitu’a, Leivaha Pulu, Gerard Beale, Liligiifo Sao, Hayze Perham, Nathaniel Roache, Isaiah Papali’i, Peta Hiku

Wests Tigers

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Alex Twal, Jacob Liddle, Paul Momirovski, Ben Matulino, Josh Reynolds, Robbie Farah, Benji Marshall, Josh Aloiai, Robbie Rochow, Chris McQueen, Luke Brooks, Russell Packer, Chris Lawrence, Luke Garner, Ryan Matterson, Corey Thompson, Mahe Fonua, Samuel McIntyre, David Nofoaluma, Matthew Eisenhuth, Thomas Mikaele, Dylan Smith, Michael Chee Kam, Tyson Gamble, Elijah Taylor, Moses Mbye, Esan Marsters, Oliver Clark

6 COMMENTS

  1. Eels side

    1: B French
    2: B Ferguson
    3: M Jennings
    4: C Gutherson
    5: M Sivo
    6: C Norman
    7: M Moses
    8: Jr Paulo
    9: K Pritchard
    10: D Alvaro
    11: M Mau
    12: S Lane
    13: N Brown

    14: P Terepo
    15: T Mannah
    16: T Moeroa
    17: M Nuikore

    18: K Evans
    19: O Kaufusi
    20: B Takarangi
    21: W Smith

    • That looks about right.
      I think French is very good in attack, but has some serious work still to do to be at FB.
      Norman and Moses need to sort out their roles. BA needs to sort it for them if they can’t sort it themselves, and I will give BA a fail here for 2018, even though overall I still support him.
      Pritchard, well I can’t say a bad word about him, because he tries so hard, and seriously puts his body on the line, but he’s borderline FG. I think we need a better hooker, but am happy for Pritchard to be first reserve.
      I’d run Taka’s off the bench, predominately because he’s more versatile. A utility forward.
      We still have a couple of spots to fill, so let’s see what comes of that and/or if we do any player swaps.

  2. I see the Roosters have only announced 27 players. Look out, We still have 1.25 million to spend plus being mid field only in the TPA’s means we probably will end up with a few Soufths players who are really Roosters juniors like Sutton and Campbell Graham, While I’m at it why do parents name their child by a sir names? 😎

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