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Milly's brother has re-signed ....

Morgan Boyle re-signs with Sea Eagles​

AuthorManly MediaTimestampMon 7 Nov 2022, 03:51 PM

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles have added to their forward depth for the 2023 season with the re-signing of prop Morgan Boyle.

A hard running front-rower, Boyle has played 26 games for the club since joining Manly in 2019.
“Morgan has played 48 NRL games and his experience will be invaluable again next season,’’ said Manly CEO Tony Mestrov.

“We are hoping Morgan enjoys a better run of fortune next year as injuries have really hampered his progression in recent seasons.

“He is a quality player, so let’s hope we can see the best of him next year.”
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Dragons hooker Andrew McCullough has announced his retirement from rugby league, effective immediately, making the decision to retire with one year remaining on his deal to transition into his post-playing career and move home to Queensland.

Braydon Wiliame has inked a two-year deal with the Warriors, which will see the versatile centre-back-rower join the club ahead of the start of the 2023 season.

Iszac Fa’asuamaleaui has inked a long-term deal with the Gold Coast, set to join his older brother and Titans captain Tino, while the Titans have also signed young forward Josiah Pahulu, who captained Ipswich State High School to their first Queensland and National Schoolboys titles this year.
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The Tigers have locked up boom forward Fonua Pole with an extension that will tie him to the club until the end of the 2025 season.
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The Canberra Raiders are set to make a play to lure Gold Coast Titans star David Fifita to the nation’s capital.

The Sydney Morning Herald reported the Raiders have started negotiations with Fifita’s management in a bid to sign the former Queensland Origin star for 2024 and beyond.

The 22-year-old is entering the final year of his record $1.25 million a season three-year deal with the Titans in 2023, but has been free to negotiate with rivals since November 1.

According to the Herald, Raiders coach Ricky Stuart met with Fifita’s management last week and while an offer is yet to be finalised, Canberra view the back-rower as a player to build their pack around.

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