Signings/Re-Signings 2022

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I'm more then pleased to see BHU re-signing with us, he is rather underrated, he's a very strong player & can make numerous half breaks. Williams is a good player aswell, he's been rather strong for us last few years too.
 

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Any Goss on who else Snowy ?

The contract extensions for the two leading Sharks forwards comes on the back of the recent acquisition of Oregon Kaufusi from the Eels, with more signing and player retention news for 2023 and beyond expected in the coming weeks.
 

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Geez there's a lot of players due... Reckon we'll hear about those below bolded soon:

9. William Kennedy (2023)
10. Siosifa Talakai (2023)

11. Braydon Trindall (2023)
12. Jesse Ramien (2023)
13. Teig Wilton (2023)
14. Ronaldo Mulitalo (2023)
15. Sione Katoa (2023)

16. Lachlan Miller (2023)
17. Matt Ikuvalu (2023)
18. Briton Nikora (2022)
19. Royce Hunt (2022)
20. Franklin Pele (2022)
21. Wade Graham (2022)
22. Andrew Fifita (2022)
23. Jensen Taumoepeau (2022) (Club Option 2023)
24. Matt Moylan (2022)
25. Mawene Hiroti (2022)
26. Aiden Tolman (2022)
27. Jayden Berrell (2022)
28. Luke Metcalf (2022) (Warriors from 2023)
(finds out he has an allergy to Kiwi fruit and can't go)
 

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Pointless, but just to have a look, what is our current first choice 17 for next year...

1. William Kennedy (2023)
2. Ronaldo Mulitalo (2023)
3. Siosifa Talakai (2023)
4. Jesse Ramien (2023)
5. Sione Katoa (2023)
6. Lachlan Miller (2023)/Braydon Trindall (2023)
7. Nicho Hynes (2024)
8. Dale Finucane (2025)
9. Blayke Brailey (2026)
10. Braden Hamlin-Uele (2024)
11. Teig Wilton (2023)
12.
13. Cameron McInnes (2025)

14. Connor Tracey (2024)/Lachlan Miller (2023)
15. Toby Rudolf (2024)
16. Jack WIlliams (2024)
17. Oregon Kaufusi (2024)

18. Matt Ikuvalu (2023)
19. Braydon Trindall (2023)/Connor Tracey (2024)/Lachlan Miller (2023)
20. Siteni Taukamo (2024)

The most glaring gap is 12 unless you went Talakai to 12 and Tracey to centre (or Ronnie to centre and Ikuvalu into the side). Obviously there is strong suggestion we will see Nikora come back into this jersey though.

Next I'd like to see another name in contention for the 6, whether Moylan or someone else.

Obviously depth is shallow as but that's unsurprising.
 

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Pointless, but just to have a look, what is our current first choice 17 for next year...

1. William Kennedy (2023)
2. Ronaldo Mulitalo (2023)
3. Siosifa Talakai (2023)
4. Jesse Ramien (2023)
5. Sione Katoa (2023)
6. Lachlan Miller (2023)/Braydon Trindall (2023)
7. Nicho Hynes (2024)
8. Dale Finucane (2025)
9. Blayke Brailey (2026)
10. Braden Hamlin-Uele (2024)
11. Teig Wilton (2023)
12.
13. Cameron McInnes (2025)

14. Connor Tracey (2024)/Lachlan Miller (2023)
15. Toby Rudolf (2024)
16. Jack WIlliams (2024)
17. Oregon Kaufusi (2024)

18. Matt Ikuvalu (2023)
19. Braydon Trindall (2023)/Connor Tracey (2024)/Lachlan Miller (2023)
20. Siteni Taukamo (2024)

The most glaring gap is 12 unless you went Talakai to 12 and Tracey to centre (or Ronnie to centre and Ikuvalu into the side). Obviously there is strong suggestion we will see Nikora come back into this jersey though.

Next I'd like to see another name in contention for the 6, whether Moylan or someone else.

Obviously depth is shallow as but that's unsurprising.
Yeah, tough one. So many assumptions to make. If Moyza's reboot is anything to go by, Wade will end up our first pick second rower in two months.
 
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