After spending time in the Canberra Raiders junior system, Kaden Williams has decided to sign with a new club.

The second-rower, who has spent several years in the Raiders pathways system, is coming off a solid season in the Jersey Flegg Cup.

However, he has decided to leave the club in the hope of new opportunities with the Sunshine Coast Falcons in the QLD Cup competition.

His time in the nation's capital began in 2020 after being selected for the club's Harold Matthews Cup team. He is also a former U15s Australian Schoolboys merit team member.

A productive forward, he has played with the likes of outside backs Ethan Strange and Brad Morkos over the past two years.

Sunshine Coast Falcons Gains & Losses


Jed Bignell (Wynnum Manly Seagulls), Flynn Camilleri (Mackay Cutters), Caius Faatili (Wynnum Manly Seagulls), Liam Harris (Wests Magpies), Cody Hunter (Redcliffe Dolphins), Cruz Lasike (Burleigh Bears), Mathew Lyons (Wagga Wagga), Nofoasa Malutoa (Western Clydesdales), Poasi Manu (Melbourne Storm), Harrison McIndoe (Redcliffe Dolphins), Morgan McWhirter (North Sydney Bears), Riley Moore (Western Clydesdales), Kai Parker (Newtown Jets), Kyle Paterson (return to game), Thallon Peters (Central Queensland Capras), Kaden Williams (Canberra Raiders)


Max Bailey (Redcliffe Dolphins), Lucas Bell (Central Queensland Capras), Jack Brock (long-term injury), Daniel Dole (retired), Campbell Duffy (Norths Devils), Jack Gibbons (Cronulla Sharks pre-season), Luke Jurd (Western Clydesdales), Rohan Messer (local A-grade), Tayler McCann (local A-grade), Wyatt Reynolds (Norths Devils), Jai Smoothy (break from game), Lazarus Vaalepu (Melbourne Storm), Blake Woodford (Newcastle Knights), Jack Wright (Norths Devils)