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The Evolution of Manly 2003-2020

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Manly Team Evolution 2003 - 2020

  • Player who played most games in each position in that season as a run on player
  • Dual positions are listed in order of number of appearances not by actual jumper number played in. i.e. Centre No. 3 played more games than Centre No. 4
  • Bench is made up of the 4 remaining players with most games played.

2003
1. Brendan REEVES
2. Scott DONALD
3. Ben MacDOUGALL
4. Kevin McGUINNESS
5. John HOPOATE
6. Ben WALKER
7. Jason FERRIS
8. Jason KING
9. Chad RANDALL
10. Danny LIMA
11. Solomon HAUMONO
12. Anthony WATMOUGH
13. Steve MENZIES ©

14. Aaron CANNINGS
15. Tony JENSEN
16. Luke WILLIAMSON
17. Luke DORN
One Game Wonder: Craig HAYNE

2004
1. Brett STEWART
2. Scott DONALD
3. Albert TORRENS
4. Chris HICKS
5. Nick BRADLEY-QALILAWA
6. Andrew WALKER
7. Michael MONAGHAN
8. Daniel HECKENBERG
9. Chad RANDALL
10. Kylie LEULUAI
11. Anthony WATMOUGH
12. Sam HARRIS
13. Steve MENZIES ©

14. Luke WILLIAMSON
15. Shayne DUNLEY
16. Solomon HAUMONO
17. Ian DONNELLY
One Game Wonder: Dave WARRY

2005
1. Brett STEWART
2. Chris HICKS
3. Terry HILL
4. Paul STEPHENSON
5. Scott DONALD
6. Michael WITT
7. Michael MONAGHAN ©
8. Brent KITE
9. Chad RANDALL
10. Jason KING
11. Anthony WATMOUGH
12. Steve MENZIES
13. Ben KENNEDY

14. Shayne DUNLEY
15. Sam HARRIS
16. Luke WILLIAMSON
17. Kylie LEULUAI
One Game Wonder: Travis BURNS

2006
1. Brett STEWART
2. Michael ROBERTSON
3. Steve MATAI
4. Steve BELL
5. Chris HICKS
6. Travis BURNS
7. Matt ORFORD
8. Brent KITE
9. Michael MONAGHAN
10. Jason KING
11. Anthony WATMOUGH
12. Steve MENZIES
13. Ben KENNEDY ©

14. Shayne DUNLEY
15. Mark BRYANT
16. Luke WILLIAMSON
17. George ROSE
One Game Wonder: Mailangi STYLES

2007
1. Brett STEWART
2. Michael ROBERTSON
3. Steve BELL
4. Steve MATAI
5. Chris HICKS
6. Jamie LYON
7. Matt ORFORD ©
8. Brent KITE
9. Michael MONAGHAN
10. Jason KING
11. Anthony WATMOUGH
12. Glenn STEWART
13. Luke WILLIAMSON

14. Mark BRYANT
15. Glenn HALL
16. Adam CUTHBERTSON
17. Steve MENZIES
One Game Wonder: Sione FINEFEUIAKI

2008
1. Brett STEWART
2. Michael ROBERTSON
3. Steve BELL
4. Steve MATAI
5. David WILLIAMS
6. Jamie LYON
7. Matt ORFORD ©
8. Brent KITE
9. Matt BALLIN
10. Josh PERRY
11. Anthony WATMOUGH
12. Glenn HALL
13. Glenn STEWART

14. Steve MENZIES
15. Mark BRYANT
16. Heath L’ESTRANGE
17. Adam CUTHBERTSON
One Game Wonder: Phil MORWOOD

2009
1. Michael ROBERTSON
2. David WILLIAMS
3. Steve MATAI
4. Jamie LYON
5. Tony WILLIAMS
6. Chris BAILEY
7. Matt ORFORD ©
8. Josh PERRY
9. Matt BALLIN
10. Jason KING
11. Anthony WATMOUGH
12. Glenn HALL
13. Glenn STEWART

14. Brent KITE
15. George ROSE
16. Heath L’ESTRANGE
17. Shane RODNEY
One Game Wonder: Vic MAURO

2010
1. Ben FARRAR
2. Michael ROBERTSON
3. Jamie LYON ©
4. Steve MATAI
5. Tony WILLIAMS
6. Keiran FORAN
7. Trent HODKINSON
8. Jason KING
9. Matt BALLIN
10. Josh PERRY
11. Anthony WATMOUGH
12. Shane RODNEY
13. Glenn STEWART

14. Brent KITE
15. Joe GALUVAO
16. Chris BAILEY
17. George ROSE
One Game Wonder: Brett STEWART

2011
1. Brett STEWART
2. Michael ROBERTSON
3. Jamie LYON ©
4. Steve MATAI
5. David WILLIAMS
6. Keiran FORAN
7. Daly CHERRY-EVANS
8. Brent KITE
9. Matt BALLIN
10. Jason KING
11. Anthony WATMOUGH
12. Joe GALUVAO
13. Glenn STEWART

14. George ROSE
15. Jamie BUHRER
16. Vic MAURO
17. Tony WILLIAMS
One Game Wonder: Dean WHARE

2012
1. Brett STEWART
2. Jorge TAUFUA
3. Jamie LYON ©
4. Steve MATAI
5. David WILLIAMS
6. Keiran FORAN
7. Daly CHERRY-EVANS
8. Brent KITE
9. Matt BALLIN
10. Jason KING
11. Anthony WATMOUGH
12. Tony WILLIAMS
13. Glenn STEWART

14. Jamie BUHRER
15. Darcy LUSSICK
16. Joe GALUVAO
17. Vic MAURO
One Game Wonder: Nick SKINNER

2013
1. Brett STEWART
2. David Williams
3. Jamie LYON ©
4. Steve MATAI
5. Jorge TAUFUA
6. Keiran FORAN
7. Daly CHERRY-EVANS
8. Brent KITE
9. Matt BALLIN
10. Brenton LAWRENCE
11. Justin HORO
12. Anthony WATMOUGH
13. Glenn STEWART

14. Jamie BUHRER
15. Tom SYMONDS
16. George ROSE
17. Richard FA’AOSO
One Game Wonder: Esi TONGA

2014
1. Brett STEWART (22)
2. Peta HIKU (26)
3. Steve MATAI (25)
4. Jamie LYON © (24)
5. Jorge TAUFUA (16)
6. Keiran FORAN (22)
7. Daly CHERRY-EVANS (23)
8. Josh STARLING (26)
9. Matt BALLIN (23)
10. Brenton LAWRENCE (24)
11. Justin HORO (23)
12. Anthony WATMOUGH (20)
13. Jamie BUHRER (23)

14. Jesse SENE-LEFAO (25)
15. Dunamis LUI (21)
16. Tom SYMONDS (20)
17. Jason KING (20)
One Game Wonder: Tony SATINI

2015
1. Brett STEWART (22)
2. Peta HIKU (22)
3. Steve MATAI (19)
4. Jamie LYON © (17)
5. Jorge TAUFUA (17)
6. Keiran FORAN (19)
7. Daly CHERRY-EVANS (23)
8. Jake TRBOJEVIC (23)
9. Matt BALLIN (22)
10. Willie MASON (20)
11. Tom SYMONDS (20)
12. Feleti MATEO (19)
13. Dunamis LUI (17)

14. Ligi SAO (20)
15. Luke BURGESS (18)
16. Justin HORO (18)
17. Josh STARLING (14)
One Game Wonder: Clinton GUTHERSON

2016
1. Tom TRBOJEVIC (12)
2. Jorge TAUFUA (18)
3. Jamie LYON (c) (11)
4. Lewis BROWN (10)
5. Brayden WILLIAME (10)
6. Dylan WALKER (13)
7. Daly CHERRY-EVANS (19)
8. Darcy LUSSICK (15)
9. Matt PARCELL* (11)
10. Nate MYLES (14)
11. Jamie BUHRER (15)
12. Martin TAUPAU (11)
13. Jake TRBOJEVIC (22)

14. Siosaia VAVE (23)
15. Josh STARLING (20)
16. Api KOROISAU (18)
17. Matthew WRIGHT (15)
One Game Wonder: Liam KNIGHT

* Api KOROISAU played 11 games at Hooker too, but all Parcell's interchange games were at hooker as well

2017
1. Tom TRBOJEVIC (23)
2. Akuila UATE (24)
3. Dylan WALKER (25)
4. Brian KELLY (23)
5. Matthew WRIGHT (13)
6. Blake GREEN (24)
7. Daly CHERRY-EVANS (c) (25)
8. Martin TAUPAU (22)
9. Api KOROISAU (24)
10. Brenton LAWRENCE (20)
11. Frank WINTERSTEIN (25)
12. Curtis SIRONEN (16)
13. Jake TRBOJEVIC (24)

14. Addin FONUA-BLAKE (22)
15. Lewis BROWN (22)
16. Lloyd PERRETT (15)
17. Darcy LUSSICK (14)
One Game Wonder: Joey LUSSICK

2018
1. Tom TRBOJEVIC (22)
2. Akuila UATE (15)
3. Brian KELLY (24)
4. Moses SULI (15)
5. Jorge TAUFUA (12)
6. Dylan WALKER (10)
7. Daly CHERRY-EVANS (c) (24)
8. Addin FONUA-BLAKE (24)
9. Api KOROISAU (13)
10. Martin TAUPAU (22)
11. Joel THOMPSON (24)
12. Shaun LANE (14)
13. Jake TRBOJEVIC (23)

14. Matthew WRIGHT (18)
15. Brad PARKER (17)
16. Trent HODKINSON (14)*
17. Frank WINTERSTEIN (14)*
One Game Wonder: Jonathan WRIGHT

* Taniela PASEKA played 14 games too, but Hodkinson and Winterstein started in more games

2019
1. Brendan ELLIOT (14)
2. Reuben GARRICK (26)
3. Moses SULI (22)
4. Brad PARKER (19)
5. Jorge TAUFUA (24)
6. Dylan WALKER (10)
7. Daly CHERRY-EVANS (c) (21)
8. Martin TAUPAU (25)
9. Api KOROISAU (22)
10. Addin FONUA-BLAKE (22)
11. Joel THOMPSON (22)
12. Curtis SIRONEN (22)
13. Jake TRBOJEVIC (25)

14. Manese FAINU (25)
15. Corey WADDELL (23)
16. Jack GOSIEWSKI (19)
17. Morgan BOYLE (16)
One Game Wonder: Trent HODKINSON

2020 (20 round season due to Covid)
1. Brendan ELLIOT (7)*
2. Reuben GARRICK (17)
3. Brad PARKER (19)
4. Moses SULI (13)
5. Jorge TAUFUA (14)
6. Cade Cust (8)
7. Daly CHERRY-EVANS (c) (20)
8. Martin TAUPAU (18)
9. Danny LEVI (20)
10. Addin FONUA-BLAKE (15)
11. Curtis SIRONEN (18)
12. Joel THOMPSON (14)
13. Jake TRBOJEVIC (20)

14. Lachlan CROKER (20)
15. Sean KEPPIE (19)
16. Taniela Paseka (18)
17. Corey WADDELL (13)*
One Game Wonder: Josh SCHUSTER

* - Tom Trbojevic played 7 games at fullback too, but Elliot played 8 games in total
- Jack Gosiewski played 13 games too, but Waddell started in more games

Source: Rugby League Project dot Org
 
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RE: The Ten Year Evolution of Manly 2003-2013

I didn't realise Chris Bailey was with us that late in the game!
 

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Don't know how they did it but k foran was in our first grade side by the end of 2009.

Best thing about that is 2011, 2012 and 2013 is the first we had the same halves combo since the mid 90s with tooves and cliffy
 

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Andrew Walker, had trouble finding the try line but found many others.
A great list and you can see how we built to the gf in 07 and then 08.
 

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Wolfie has always been in the number 5 - change the 2013 line up CC.
Killer has always been in the number 3 - change the 2009 line up CC.

I always wonder why Manly have 3 and 5 playing on the right side, whilst other Teams seem to have the 4 and 5 :huh:

Basically, the same Manly backline has been enthralling us for the last 6 years :angel:
 

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Great work Chip and Chase!

Forgot how late G Stewart was to hold a permanent spot in first grade.

Shows too how classy young Snake was. A lot of talented kids put in with a team of lesser lights that Manly had in 04 and 05 would have got lost in the clean out or lost all confidence. Snake was instead a standout.
 

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HappilyManly said:
Wolfie has always been in the number 5 - change the 2013 line up CC.
Killer has always been in the number 3 - change the 2009 line up CC.
As i stated above

- Dual positions are listed in order of number of appearances not by actual jumper number played in. i.e. Centre No. 3 played more games than Centre No. 4

Numbering is purely on who plays the most games in that position in that season. Therefore Winger No. 2 played more games than Winger No. 5

@Cambo, Foz only played 8 games in 2009, not enough to get him into the top 17 that season
 

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Great list to look through, really shows how the recruitment/retention worked toward the 07 onwards to make such a golden era.
 

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Thought Joppa junior may have figured above the wolf in 11 but I guess he played centre and fullback a lot then.
 

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We were a few chromosomes short in those seasons immediately after the NE debacle, that slowed the evolutionary process somewhat.
 

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Thought Joppa junior may have figured above the wolf in 11 but I guess he played centre and fullback a lot then.
Yep, he played pretty much the bulk of the season but in all those 3 spots. 11 as winger, and Wolf had 12 games. Unlucky, as he would be in your best 17 that year any day of the week.
 

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Chip and Chase said:
We were a few chromosomes short in those seasons immediately after the NE debacle, that slowed the evolutionary process somewhat.
To come from where we were took a great deal of planning and hard work, and full credit to all concerned (including He Who We No Longer Revere). It could never happen overnight.

Key steps were:

MM in 2004 - a level below top shelf, but still an important addition who consistently showed guts and commitment

BK and BK in 2005 - especially BK #1 back then

Orford in 2006 - touch of class and organisation

Killer Lyon in 2007 – a real champion, last piece of the puzzle

Other signings were also significant, such as Bell and Perry, but I always look back to those 5 key signings and how they guaranteed we stayed on an upward curve that very quickly attained an unstoppable momentum. It was fantastic to see Manly so quickly restored to our rightful spot at the top of the heap. Go Manly!
 

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Updated with this years stats.
 

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Those games played says it all.

53 games less for our top 17 this year compared to last year and last year includes 2 weeks (up to 34 games) of finals so closer to 80 games more missed from our top 17 in each position, or 3 more missing per week.

and that doesn't include shoe in players like BJ and Buhrer this year and we had a few out the last 5 weeks or so last year as well.

Would be interesting to see the numbers for 2008, 2011 to compare.
 

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To come from where we were took a great deal of planning and hard work, and full credit to all concerned (including He Who We No Longer Revere). It could never happen overnight.

Key steps were:

MM in 2004 - a level below top shelf, but still an important addition who consistently showed guts and commitment

BK and BK in 2005 - especially BK #1 back then

Orford in 2006 - touch of class and organisation

Killer Lyon in 2007 – a real champion, last piece of the puzzle

Other signings were also significant, such as Bell and Perry, but I always look back to those 5 key signings and how they guaranteed we stayed on an upward curve that very quickly attained an unstoppable momentum. It was fantastic to see Manly so quickly restored to our rightful spot at the top of the heap. Go Manly!
Exactly.

I remember having a discussion with some mates that in their day were Manly juniors when BK #1 signed. My argument was ( and still is ) that you can really only judge the merit of a signing once they've finished that contract.
So with 2 Premierships in 8 years and not to mention his off field traits and doing his rep stuff with Tonga and Aust, Kite shouldn't be underestimated - and should be a shoe in for our 70 year team.

BK #2 - There is no question why and what he was signed for and his legacy lives on. The fact that he made our 60 year team speaks volumes.

In my opinion both BK's and Lyon have been our marquee recruits during their time.

Strategic recruitment that lives on.
 

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Updated with 2016 team.

Honourable mentions for interchange bench were Addin Fonua-Blake and Blake Leary, both with 14 appearances.

Centre was an interesting one this year, not surprising given Lewis Brown made the cut in that spot. Following players played centre this year

Lyon - 11
Brown - 10
Matai - 8
Williame - 8
T Turbo - 4
Walker - 4
Wright - 3
 

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Love the 2005/2006 forward pack….just really solid.





Manly Team Evolution 2003 - 2016

- Player who played most games in each position in that season as a run on player
- Dual positions are listed in order of number of appearances not by actual jumper number played in. i.e. Centre No. 3 played more games than Centre No. 4
- Bench is made up of the 4 remaining players with most games played.

2003
1. Brendan REEVES
2. Scott DONALD
3. Ben MacDOUGALL
4. Kevin McGUINNESS
5. John HOPOATE
6. Ben WALKER
7. Jason FERRIS
8. Jason KING
9. Chad RANDALL
10. Danny LIMA
11. Solomon HAUMONO
12. Anthony WATMOUGH
13. Steve MENZIES ©

14. Aaron CANNINGS
15. Tony JENSEN
16. Luke WILLIAMSON
17. Luke DORN
One Game Wonder: Craig HAYNE

2004
1. Brett STEWART
2. Scott DONALD
3. Albert TORRENS
4. Chris HICKS
5. Nick BRADLEY-QALILAWA
6. Andrew WALKER
7. Michael MONAGHAN
8. Daniel HECKENBERG
9. Chad RANDALL
10. Kylie LEULUAI
11. Anthony WATMOUGH
12. Sam HARRIS
13. Steve MENZIES ©

14. Luke WILLIAMSON
15. Shayne DUNLEY
16. Solomon HAUMONO
17. Ian DONNELLY
One Game Wonder: Dave WARRY

2005
1. Brett STEWART
2. Chris HICKS
3. Terry HILL
4. Paul STEPHENSON
5. Scott DONALD
6. Michael WITT
7. Michael MONAGHAN ©
8. Brent KITE
9. Chad RANDALL
10. Jason KING
11. Anthony WATMOUGH
12. Steve MENZIES
13. Ben KENNEDY

14. Shayne DUNLEY
15. Sam HARRIS
16. Luke WILLIAMSON
17. Kylie LEULUAI
One Game Wonder: Travis BURNS

2006
1. Brett STEWART
2. Michael ROBERTSON
3. Steve MATAI
4. Steve BELL
5. Chris HICKS
6. Travis BURNS
7. Matt ORFORD
8. Brent KITE
9. Michael MONAGHAN
10. Jason KING
11. Anthony WATMOUGH
12. Steve MENZIES
13. Ben KENNEDY ©

14. Shayne DUNLEY
15. Mark BRYANT
16. Luke WILLIAMSON
17. George ROSE
One Game Wonder: Mailangi STYLES

2007
1. Brett STEWART
2. Michael ROBERTSON
3. Steve BELL
4. Steve MATAI
5. Chris HICKS
6. Jamie LYON
7. Matt ORFORD ©
8. Brent KITE
9. Michael MONAGHAN
10. Jason KING
11. Anthony WATMOUGH
12. Glenn STEWART
13. Luke WILLIAMSON

14. Mark BRYANT
15. Glenn HALL
16. Adam CUTHBERTSON
17. Steve MENZIES
One Game Wonder: Sione FINEFEUIAKI

2008
1. Brett STEWART
2. Michael ROBERTSON
3. Steve BELL
4. Steve MATAI
5. David WILLIAMS
6. Jamie LYON
7. Matt ORFORD ©
8. Brent KITE
9. Matt BALLIN
10. Josh PERRY
11. Anthony WATMOUGH
12. Glenn HALL
13. Glenn STEWART

14. Steve MENZIES
15. Mark BRYANT
16. Heath L’ESTRANGE
17. Adam CUTHBERTSON
One Game Wonder: Phil MORWOOD

2009
1. Michael ROBERTSON
2. David WILLIAMS
3. Steve MATAI
4. Jamie LYON
5. Tony WILLIAMS
6. Chris BAILEY
7. Matt ORFORD ©
8. Josh PERRY
9. Matt BALLIN
10. Jason KING
11. Anthony WATMOUGH
12. Glenn HALL
13. Glenn STEWART

14. Brent KITE
15. George ROSE
16. Heath L’ESTRANGE
17. Shane RODNEY
One Game Wonder: Vic MAURO

2010
1. Ben FARRAR
2. Michael ROBERTSON
3. Jamie LYON ©
4. Steve MATAI
5. Tony WILLIAMS
6. Keiran FORAN
7. Trent HODKINSON
8. Jason KING
9. Matt BALLIN
10. Josh PERRY
11. Anthony WATMOUGH
12. Shane RODNEY
13. Glenn STEWART

14. Brent KITE
15. Joe GALUVAO
16. Chris BAILEY
17. George ROSE
One Game Wonder: Brett STEWART

2011
1. Brett STEWART
2. Michael ROBERTSON
3. Jamie LYON ©
4. Steve MATAI
5. David WILLIAMS
6. Keiran FORAN
7. Daly CHERRY-EVANS
8. Brent KITE
9. Matt BALLIN
10. Jason KING
11. Anthony WATMOUGH
12. Joe GALUVAO
13. Glenn STEWART

14. George ROSE
15. Jamie BUHRER
16. Vic MAURO
17. Tony WILLIAMS
One Game Wonder: Dean WHARE

2012
1. Brett STEWART
2. Jorge TAUFUA
3. Jamie LYON ©
4. Steve MATAI
5. David WILLIAMS
6. Keiran FORAN
7. Daly CHERRY-EVANS
8. Brent KITE
9. Matt BALLIN
10. Jason KING
11. Anthony WATMOUGH
12. Tony WILLIAMS
13. Glenn STEWART

14. Jamie BUHRER
15. Darcy LUSSICK
16. Joe GALUVAO
17. Vic MAURO
One Game Wonder: Nick SKINNER

2013
1. Brett STEWART
2. David Williams
3. Jamie LYON ©
4. Steve MATAI
5. Jorge TAUFUA
6. Keiran FORAN
7. Daly CHERRY-EVANS
8. Brent KITE
9. Matt BALLIN
10. Brenton LAWRENCE
11. Justin HORO
12. Anthony WATMOUGH
13. Glenn STEWART

14. Jamie BUHRER
15. Tom SYMONDS
16. George ROSE
17. Richard FA’AOSO
One Game Wonder: Esi TONGA

2014
1. Brett STEWART (22)
2. Peta HIKU (26)
3. Steve MATAI (25)
4. Jamie LYON © (24)
5. Jorge TAUFUA (16)
6. Keiran FORAN (22)
7. Daly CHERRY-EVANS (23)
8. Josh STARLING (26)
9. Matt BALLIN (23)
10. Brenton LAWRENCE (24)
11. Justin HORO (23)
12. Anthony WATMOUGH (20)
13. Jamie BUHRER (23)

14. Jesse SENE-LEFAO (25)
15. Dunamis LUI (21)
16. Tom SYMONDS (20)
17. Jason KING (20)
One Game Wonder: Tony SATINI

2015
1. Brett STEWART (22)
2. Peta HIKU (22)
3. Steve MATAI (19)
4. Jamie LYON © (17)
5. Jorge TAUFUA (17)
6. Keiran FORAN (19)
7. Daly CHERRY-EVANS (23)
8. Jake TRBOJEVIC (23)
9. Matt BALLIN (22)
10. Willie MASON (20)
11. Tom SYMONDS (20)
12. Feleti MATEO (19)
13. Dunamis LUI (17)

14. Ligi SAO (20)
15. Luke BURGESS (18)
16. Justin HORO (18)
17. Josh STARLING (14)
One Game Wonder: Clinton GUTHERSON

2016
1. Tom TRBOJEVIC (12)
2. Jorge TAUFUA (18)
3. Jamie LYON (c) (11)
4. Lewis BROWN (10)
5. Brayden WILLIAME (10)
6. Dylan WALKER (13)
7. Daly CHERRY-EVANS (19)
8. Darcy LUSSICK (15)
9. Matt PARCELL* (11)
10. Nate MYLES (14)
11. Jamie BUHRER (15)
12. Martin TAUPAU (11)
13. Jake TRBOJEVIC (22)

14. Siosaia VAVE (23)
15. Josh STARLING (20)
16. Api KOROISAU (18)
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* Api KOROISAU played 11 games at Hooker too, but all Parcell's interchange games were at hooker as well

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