MWSE Squad Contract Status

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    By:Chip and ChaseMar 11, 2019
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    https://www.nrl.com/news/2018/08/10/nrl-top-30-squads-to-be-published-to-increase-transparency/

    As it stands each outfit must confirm a top 24 roster for 2019 with the NRL as of November 1, the start of rugby league's financial calendar, with 29 players to be signed on when the playing season starts in the first week of March.

    Clubs then have up until the traditional June 30 deadline to sign a final player to fill their top 30 squad, with between three and six players also retained on development contracts.

    It's understood a key change to the model is likely to make clubs more receptive to publishing full squad lists in 2019, with players who are still included in a club's salary cap but no longer playing there no longer occupying a roster spot from next season.

    For example, retired Manly forward Nate Myles remains both on the Sea Eagles books and fills a spot in their top 30 squad because they are still paying his salary in 2018.

    With a number of clubs, notably Canterbury due to their much-publicised salary cap woes, paying the salaries of players at rival outfits, they are naturally reticent to make that public knowledge with a full squad list on their own website.
    In 2019 however, clubs will still be obliged to fulfil their financial obligations to any player released, with that included in their salary cap.

    But they will be able to fill their vacant top 30 spot with another player.

    There is expected to be a push from clubland for greater leniency when it comes to selecting players from their development lists for NRL promotion.

    Currently clubs must apply for special dispensation to add a development player to their first grade squad, typically an injury crisis that sees them lose all other options in that select player's position.

    It's understood the NRL is comfortable with this facet of the top 30 model, which in conjunction with last year's Collective Bargaining Agreement, is designed to make it harder for clubs to stockpile junior talent on base level contracts.

    The most high-profile example of dispensation being denied again took place at Manly, when applications to have Manase Fainu elevated to their top 30 squad were rejected because capable but out of favour hooking options Jackson Hastings and Lewis Brown remained available.
     
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      By:Chip and ChaseMar 11, 2019
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      From NRL website - not sure on accuracy of some of these - just linking it as an FYI

      https://www.nrl.com/news/2019/01/23/2019-nrl-signings-player-transfers-and-contracts/


      Player Contracted seasons
      Daly Cherry-Evans 2019 2020 2021
      Cade Cust 2019
      Kane Elgey 2019 2020
      Brendan Elliot 2019
      Manase Fainu 2019
      Addin Fonua-Blake 2019 2020 2021 2022
      Tevita Funa 2019 2020
      Reuben Garrick 2019
      Jack Gosiewski 2019
      Albert Hopoate 2019
      Apisai Koroisau 2019 2020 2021
      Brad Parker 2019 2020
      Taniela Paseka 2019 2020 2021
      Lloyd Perrett 2019
      Toafofoa Sipley 2019
      Curtis Sironen 2019 2020 2021
      Moses Suli 2019 2020
      Jorge Taufua 2019
      Martin Taupau 2019 2020
      Kelepi Tanginoa 2019
      Joel Thompson 2019
      Jake Trbojevic 2019 2020
      Tom Trbojevic 2019 2020
      Corey Waddell 2019 2020
      Dylan Walker 2019
      Frank Winterstein 2019
       
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        For me there are two surprises in the above list;
        Api and Tent (in particular) are both signed till the end of 2021.
        I have been hoping Tent would be a real game-breaker but I've been disappointed with his lack of impact. He also seems to get injured for such a big bloke. His 'job' is to injure, not be injured!
        I love Api but what does his long-term signing mean to Fainu? Unless they can both share the hooking role, which is possible, then Manase could look for a regular spot elsewhere which would be a real shame.
         
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        Fainu is a must keep he is only very young and should replace Api as our long Term hooker. Lets hope he is patient !!

        From our Squad id Release

        Hodkinson
        Tafua
        Parker
        Gosiweski
         
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        Any word on contract offers to Fainu, Hoppa, Schuster
         
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        By:sean johnMar 24, 2019
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        Boyle signs with sea eagles effective immediately
         
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          By:redlinegMar 24, 2019
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          Yeah, just read on the Gold Coast Bulletin that Morgan Boyle is joining Manly effective immediately

          "RISING Gold Coast behemoth Morgan Boyle has departed the NRL club effective immediately to sign with Manly.

          The front-rower will begin his journey at Brookvale on Monday.

          Boyle had been tipped for big things after a breakout 2017 rookie season in which he played 15 NRL matches, including a barnstorming effort in running 177m to underpin a memorable 38-36 Titans win over Melbourne at Suncorp Stadium.

          Standing at 194cm and 111kg, Boyle offers size and a powerful running game through the middle third of the field."
           
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            By:Chip and ChaseMar 24, 2019
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            Any confirmation on contract length ??
             
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                By:Chip and ChaseApr 17, 2019 at 9:05 PM
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                Now that Winterstein has been released and seeing Boyle and Smith named in extended squad this week then we can assume that the top 29 is as follows (assuming that Walker's suspension leaves him temporarily off the list


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

                Development players

                Jade Anderson, Sean Keppie, Luke Metcalf, Haumole Olakau’atu
                 

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