OFFICIAL Roster Tracker for 2022 and beyond

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PLAYER ROSTER FOR 2022 AND BEYOND
Salaries are pure speculation based on media reporting.

PLAYER
2022
2023
2024
2025
Adam Reynolds
2022​
2023​
2024​
Albert Kelly
2022​
Billy Walters
2022​
Blake Mozer
2023​
2024​
2025​
Brendan Piakura
2022​
2023​
2024​
Brenko Lee
2022​
Corey Jensen
2022​
2023​
Corey Oates
2022​
Cory Paix
2022​
2023​
Deine Mariner
2023​
2024​
Deloise Hoeter
2022​
Ethan Quai-Ward
2022​
2023​
Ezra Mam
2022​
2023​
2024​
Herbie Farnworth
2022​
2023​
Jake Turpin
2022​
Jesse Arthars
Loan to Warriors​
2023​
Jordan Riki
2022​
2023​
2024​
Jordan Pereira
2022​
2023​
Keenan Palasia
2022​
2023​
Kobe Hetherington
2022​
2023​
Kotoni Staggs
2022​
2023​
2024​
2025​
Kurt Capewell
2022​
2023​
2024​
Leivaha Pulu (train & trial)
T&T​
Logan Bayliss (development)
2022​
2023​
Patrick Carrigan
2022​
2023​
2024​
Payne Haas
2022​
2023​
2024​
Reece Walsh
2023​
2024​
2025​
Rhys Kennedy
2022​
Ryan James
2022​
Selwyn Cobbo
2022​
2023​
2024​
2025​
TC Robati
2022​
2023​
2024​
Te Maire Martin
2022​
Tesi Niu
2022​
2023​
Thomas Flegler
2022​
2023​
Tyrone Roberts
2022​
Tyson Gamble
2022​
Xavier Willison
2022​
2023​
2024​
2025​
Zac Hosking
T&T​


DEVELOPMENT

Logan Bayliss
Deine Mariner
Blake Mozer
Ethan Quai-Ward
Te Maire Martin
Xavier Willison


OFF CONTRACT 2023

Albert Kelly
Billy Walters (expect 2 year extension)
Corey Oates (expect 3 year extension)
Deloise Hoeter
Jake Turpin (won't be extended)
Ryan James (retiring)
Tyson Gamble (released to Knights)


STOCKS

Front Row
Carrigan, Flegler, Haas, James, Willison , Kennedy, Jensen, Palasia, Bayliss

Second Row
Piakura, Riki, Capewell, Leivaha Pulu (t&t), James, Robati, Oates, Palasia, Hosking

Lock
Carrigan, Hetherington, Hosking, Flegler, Leivaha Pulu (t&t), Robati, Palasia

Hooker
Turpin, Paix, Hetherington, Walters

Half
Reynolds, Gamble, Kelly, Mam, Staggs, Walters, Martin, Paix, Roberts, Turpin

Fullback
Niu, Farnworth, Cobbo, Martin, Walsh

Centre
Farnworth, Staggs, Niu, Cobbo, Lee, Capewell, Hoeter

Wing
Cobbo, Oates, Niu, Farnworth, Pereira, Quai-Ward (t&t)


ETHNO MAP

QLD (17)

Billy Walters, Brenko Lee, Corey Jensen, Corey Oates, Cory Paix, Delouise Hoeter, Ezra Mam, Jake Turpin, Keenan Palasia, Kobe Hetherington, Kurt Capewell, Logan Bayliss, Patrick Carrigan, Reece Walsh, Selwyn Cobbo, Thomas Flegler, Tyson Gamble

NZ (9)
Brendan Piakura, Delouise Hoeter, Jordan Riki, Jordan Pereira, Keenan Palasia, Leivaha Pulu, TC Robati, Te Maire Martin, Xavier Willison

NSW (8)
Adam Reynolds, Zac Hosking, Albert Kelly, Kotoni Staggs, Payne Haas, Ryan James, Rhys Kennedy, Tyrone Roberts

Indigenous (9)
Albert Kelly, Brenko Lee, Ezra Mam, Jordan Riki, Kotoni Staggs, Reece Walsh, Ryan James, Selwyn Cobbo, Tyrone Roberts

Tonga (5)
Brenko Lee, Delouise Hoeter, Leivaha Pulu, Kotoni Staggs, Tesi Niu

Samoa (3)
Keenan Palasia, Jordan Pereira, Payne Haas

Cook Islands (2)
Brendan Piakura, Xavier Willison

England (1)
Herbie Farnworth


2022 QCUP ALLOCATIONS

Souths Magpies

Ezra Mam
Kobe Hetherington
Tesi Niu
Cory Paix
Thomas Flegler
Albert Kelly
Blake Mozer
Brenko Lee
Corey Oates
Jordan Pereira
Adam Reynolds
Logan Bayliss
Ethan Quai-Ward

Norths Devils
Kurt Capewell
Herbie Farnworth
Tyson Gamble
Rhys Kennedy
Brendan Piakura
Jordan Riki
Kotoni Staggs
Ryan James
Xavier Willison

Wynnum Manly
Delouise Hoeter
TC Robati
Selwyn Cobbo
Pat Carrigan
Payne Haas
Corey Jensen
David Mead
Keenan Palasia
Jake Turpin
Billy Walters
Te Maire Martin
Deine Mariner
 
McHunt

McHunt

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Ryan James, who has been carrying a broken finger for the last few weeks, will retire from the NRL at the end of this season, but hasn't given up on playing future rugby league altogether:
“I don’t know yet. I’ve had a lot of time off the last couple of years. We’ll see how the body holds up. I wouldn’t mind doing a stint overseas at some stage but I’ve also got a masters degree to finish."​
“I’m taking every week as it comes. If I get to play NRL it’s a bonus. Hopefully I can hold my spot now. I’ve played one final in 13 years and it was against the Broncos. To get out there and play some finals footy would be good. I just want to make sure I can help the boys and do my job.”​
“Kevvie gave me the tap on the shoulder the day before the game and it was great to get out there and play. Hopefully I can hold my spot now. It was an easy job for me when you’re starting with Payne and ‘Fleg.' They’re younger and can run harder so my job is to clean up in defence."​
“I want to give it the best I can and leave a good mark on the club. I want to show the young fellas what it takes to play week-in, week-out. I obviously haven’t played every week but hopefully my impact off the field has rubbed off on some of the boys.”​
 
theshed

theshed

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Ryan James, who has been carrying a broken finger for the last few weeks, will retire from the NRL at the end of this season, but hasn't given up on playing future rugby league altogether:
“I don’t know yet. I’ve had a lot of time off the last couple of years. We’ll see how the body holds up. I wouldn’t mind doing a stint overseas at some stage but I’ve also got a masters degree to finish."​
“I’m taking every week as it comes. If I get to play NRL it’s a bonus. Hopefully I can hold my spot now. I’ve played one final in 13 years and it was against the Broncos. To get out there and play some finals footy would be good. I just want to make sure I can help the boys and do my job.”​
“Kevvie gave me the tap on the shoulder the day before the game and it was great to get out there and play. Hopefully I can hold my spot now. It was an easy job for me when you’re starting with Payne and ‘Fleg.' They’re younger and can run harder so my job is to clean up in defence."​
“I want to give it the best I can and leave a good mark on the club. I want to show the young fellas what it takes to play week-in, week-out. I obviously haven’t played every week but hopefully my impact off the field has rubbed off on some of the boys.”​
I feel for these players that almost never play finals. Brooks has gone like 240+ games without a single finals appearance - I don’t so much feel for him but imagine being his team mates. No wonder Nofu almost cried at the thought of playing with the storm
 
McHunt

McHunt

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I feel for these players that almost never play finals. Brooks has gone like 240+ games without a single finals appearance - I don’t so much feel for him but imagine being his team mates. No wonder Nofu almost cried at the thought of playing with the storm
Please enjoy this factoid: in that final against us, Ryan notched up his 12th try of the season, the most for a prop in the history of the game.

 
Sproj

Sproj

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Ryan James, who has been carrying a broken finger for the last few weeks, will retire from the NRL at the end of this season, but hasn't given up on playing future rugby league altogether:
“I don’t know yet. I’ve had a lot of time off the last couple of years. We’ll see how the body holds up. I wouldn’t mind doing a stint overseas at some stage but I’ve also got a masters degree to finish."​
“I’m taking every week as it comes. If I get to play NRL it’s a bonus. Hopefully I can hold my spot now. I’ve played one final in 13 years and it was against the Broncos. To get out there and play some finals footy would be good. I just want to make sure I can help the boys and do my job.”​
“Kevvie gave me the tap on the shoulder the day before the game and it was great to get out there and play. Hopefully I can hold my spot now. It was an easy job for me when you’re starting with Payne and ‘Fleg.' They’re younger and can run harder so my job is to clean up in defence."​
“I want to give it the best I can and leave a good mark on the club. I want to show the young fellas what it takes to play week-in, week-out. I obviously haven’t played every week but hopefully my impact off the field has rubbed off on some of the boys.”​

Does he actually say he's retiring or is that an assumption?
 
Big Del

Big Del

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It was an easy job for me when you’re starting with Payne and ‘Fleg.' They’re younger and can run harder so my job is to clean up in defence."


The cleaner upper er .
I noticed that . He was quite often the 3 man in legs tackler . Demanding work for a guy his size .
 
McHunt

McHunt

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Former Broncos scout Brian “Pinky’’ Edwards, who's now with the Dolphins, spotted Ezra Mam as an 11 year at the the state championships at Runaway Bay. Other notches on his board include Josh Papalii (Canberra), Anthony Milford (Canberra), David Fifita (Broncos), Tesi Niu (Broncos), Selwyn Cobbo (Broncos) and Mam’s cousins, Edrick and Brenko Lee:

“Ezra stood out at that carnival. He was footy smart and had the skill. He was ahead of a lot of kids in that age group. He was different. He obviously was special and had plenty of x -factor about him that you can’t coach. They are hard to find now. Ezra was at the top of the hit list. You come up with six to eight names each year and he was on that list straight away. He was Player of the Carnival at the Australian under 15 championships."​
“He was always a very good young man to speak with. He’d look you in the eye and even as a 12-year-old he could hold a conversation with an adult.’ His uncle came to me and said all these schools are after him, what do I do? I said he was clearly enjoying it at Ambrose Treacy, and they do play rugby league. I said “he is happy there, so stay there’’ which is what he did. Ezra was a leader within the school, and was later on the welfare committee.’’​
“Andrew Peach, who until recently was principal of Marsden SHS which is the biggest high school in Australia, helped him into a youth support course and at the same time he worked at Marsden SHS in the DEADLY Choices unit. This move by Mr Peach helped get him back focused.’’​
“Halfway through 2021 the opportunity to play Queensland Cup came up and it was what he needed,. He needed to be challenged. And his football has not looked back since then.’ It put it beyond doubt for everyone that he was a special talent and he went on to win Queensland Cup rookie of the year."​
 
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I bleed Maroon

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Former Broncos scout Brian “Pinky’’ Edwards, who's now with the Dolphins, spotted Ezra Mam as an 11 year at the the state championships at Runaway Bay. Other notches on his board include Josh Papalii (Canberra), Anthony Milford (Canberra), David Fifita (Broncos), Tesi Niu (Broncos), Selwyn Cobbo (Broncos) and Mam’s cousins, Edrick and Brenko Lee:

He's not great at picking worth ethic or attitude, clearly.
 
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From this team list the players we lose for next year will be
1) Kelly
2) Lee
3) Mead
4) TMM
5) Gamble
6) Roberts
7) Turpin
8) Kennedy
9) James
10) Hosking

HASS maybe ?

Guess these guys other than Hass aren't on massive money but will need to replace these guys, keen to see what moves we make in the off-season

2023 Additions-
only Walsh atm
 
McHunt

McHunt

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From this team list the players we lose for next year will be
1) Kelly
2) Lee
3) Mead
4) TMM
5) Gamble
6) Roberts
7) Turpin
8) Kennedy
9) James
10) Hosking

HASS maybe ?

Guess these guys other than Hass aren't on massive money but will need to replace these guys, keen to see what moves we make in the off-season

2023 Additions-
only Walsh atm
Delouise Hoeter will also be off contract.
 
Chewed

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Would add Fuller and Jeremiah Simbiken to the list, both have been killing it in Cup. Both got hat tricks today.

Thought Simbiken was like 30, but he's only 22 been pretty fantastic this year and would cover for the loss of Hoskin in the SR. 10 trys from 13 games.


Fuller has been great for years, just has that too small tag on him, we're getting another fullback who gets bumped off easy so it would be like for like. 12 trys from 15 games.

 
theshed

theshed

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Would add Fuller and Jeremiah Simbiken to the list, both have been killing it in Cup. Both got hat tricks today.

Thought Simbiken was like 30, but he's only 22 been pretty fantastic this year and would cover for the loss of Hoskin in the SR. 10 trys from 13 games.


Fuller has been great for years, just has that too small tag on him, we're getting another fullback who gets bumped off easy so it would be like for like. 12 trys from 15 games.

Fuller train and trial at the phins, I think.

I’d actually like it if Lee Briers brought John Bateman and Jai Fields with him from Wigan. Starting second row + spine depth
 

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