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Rumoured/Confirmed signings thread


Don't know if it is reported but Nene has been signed by Norths in the Qld Cup for the remainder of the 2021 season.


Seen an article last night from fox but can’t find it again about us looking at getting lone players, possibly Walters from tigers or Sullivan??? From warriors for the remaining regular season. Don’t see the point would rather us stick with what we have for experience

Bob Scott

It's funny that sometimes a really good young player just steps up when given the chance whilst others take time to develop , it would be nice if Metcalfe could be ours .
Kennedy is developing nicely , i think confidence has held him back but he's starting to get it in spades now . Still got to keep developing his game but definitely more of a player than i thought we had last season .
With Kennedy this year, it's interesting to see which halves he has played well with.
Moylan - great link.
Trindall - they looked good against manly.
Johnson - no connection.
Chad - no connection.

Hynes - I think from the above Hynes will work well with Kennedy
Tricky and WK are best mates and have developed a good combination over the past few years….I’m excited to see these guys continue to develop along with Nicho in the mix. When was the last time we had 3 genuine eyes up off the cuff footballers in our spine…I’d say never.
Ennis Maloney Barba?
Yeah fair call…. Benny absolutely. Jimmy and Mick Ennis were brilliant footballers but 2016 was a pretty dour albeit successful season. I’m not suggesting that any of 3 young guys would lace up the 2016 guys boots at this stage but this next few years excites me tbh.


Kai O'Donnell from Raiders goes into the Sharks bubble.
Cronulla Sharks have bolstered their forward stocks for their run to the finals, while Wests Tigers utility Moses Mbye has agreed to join a Sydney rival next season.

David Riccio David Riccio

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Cronulla have extended an NRL lifeline to former Raiders forward Kai O’Donnell after his first-grade career appeared over.
Regarded by the Raiders as physical and a dedicated trainer, O’Donnell will join the Sharks’ bubble later this week after signing a train and trial contract for the remainder of the season.