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|2023 Gains||Jesse Arthars (return from loan to Warriors)|
Jock Madden (Wests Tigers)
Reece Walsh (Warriors)
|Contracted for 2023||Jesse Arthars, Kurt Capewell, Patrick Carrigan, Selwyn Cobbo, Herbie Farnworth, Thomas Flegler, Payne Haas, Kobe Hetherington, Delouise Hoeter, Corey Jensen, Jock Madden,Ezra Mam, Deine Mariner, Blake Mozer, Tesi Niu, Corey Oates,Cory Paix, Keenan Palasia,Jordan Pereira, Brendan Piakura, Ethan Quai-Ward, Adam Reynolds, Jordan Riki, TC Robati, Kotoni Staggs|
|Off contract after 2022||Billy Walters|
|2022 Mid-Season Losses||Jamayne Isaako (Gold Coast)|
|2023 Losses||David Mead, Ryan James(retired)|
Te Maire Martin (Warriors)
Brenko Lee (Dolphins)
Tyson Gamble (Newcastle)
Zac Hosking (Penrith)
Albert Kelly, Rhys Kennedy,Jake Turpin, Tyrone Roberts (released)
|Development||Logan Bayliss (2022-23), Xavier Willison (2022-23), Ethan Quai Ward (2022)|
|2023 Gains||Pasami Saulo (Newcastle)|
|Contracted for 2023||Nick Cotric, Jarrod Croker, Jamal Fogarty, Matt Frawley, Emre Guler, Corey Harawira-Naera, Albert Hopoate, Peter Hola, Corey Horsburgh, Sebastian Kris, Ata Mariota, Trey Mooney, Josh Papalii, Jordan Rapana, Pasami Saulo,Xavier Savage, James Schiller, Brad Schneider, Harley Smith-Shields, Tom Starling, Joe Tapine, Matt Timoko, Semi Valemei, Elliott Whitehead, Jack Wighton, Zac Woolford, Hudson Young|
|Off contract after 2022||None|
|2022 Mid-Season Losses||Sam Williams (released)|
|2023 Losses||Josh Hodgson (Parramatta)|
Adam Elliott (Newcastle)
Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad (Warriors)
Harry Rushton (Huddersfield)
Ryan Sutton (released)
|Development||Ata Mariota, Elijah Anderson (2022) Clay Webb (2022-23), Brandon Morkos (2022-24)|
Reported, not yet announced: Reed Mahoney(Parramatta), Viliame Kikau (Penrith), Ryan Sutton (Canberra)
|Contracted for 2023||Josh Addo-Carr, Paul Alamoti, Corey Allan, Jake Averillo, Bailey Biondi-Odo, Braidon Burns, Matt Burton, Raymond Faitala-Mariner, Kyle Flanagan, Josh Jackson, Max King, Jacob Kiraz, Jayden Okunbor, Tevita Pangai Junior, Chris Patolo, Aaron Schoupp, Ava Seumanufagai, Luke Thompson, Corey Waddell|
|Off contract after 2022||Josh Cook, Matt Doorey, Reece Hoffman, Tuipulotu Katoa, Jackson Topine, Brandon Wakeham|
|2022 Mid-Season Losses||Brent Naden (Wests Tigers)|
Matt Dufty (Warrington)
|2023 Losses||Jeremy Marshall-King (Dolphins)|
Jack Hetherington (Newcastle)
Paul Vaughan (Warrington)
Joe Stimson (Gold Coast)
|Development||Zac Hetherington, Malachi Retchford, Cooper Talau, Judda Turahui (2022)|
|2023 Gains||Oregon Kaufusi (Parramatta)|
|Contracted for 2023||Blayke Brailey, Jesse Colquhoun, Dale Finucane, Braden Hamlin-Uele, Tom Hazelton, Royce Hunt, Nicho Hynes, Matt Ikuvalu, Kayal Iro, Sione Katoa, Oregon Kaufusi, Will Kennedy, Cameron McInnes, Lachlan Miller, Matt Moylan, Ronaldo Mulitalo, Briton Nikora, Jesse Ramien, Toby Rudolf, Siosifa Talakai, Siteni Taukamo, Jensen Taumoepeau, Connor Tracey, Braydon Trindall, Jack Williams, Teig Wilton|
|Off contract after 2022||Jayden Berrell, Wade Graham, Mawene Hiroti|
|2022 Mid-Season Losses||None|
|2023 Losses||Luke Metcalf (Warriors)|
Franklin Pele,Andrew Fifita (released)
Aiden Tolman (retired)
|Development||Jonaiah Lualua, Kade Dykes, Jack Martin, Ryan Rivett (2022)|
|2023 Gains||Kieran Foran (Manly)|
Sam Verrills (Sydney)
Joe Stimson (Canterbury)
|Contracted for 2023||Jacob Alick, Tanah Boyd, AJ Brimson, Jayden Campbell, Erin Clark, Tino Fa'asuamaleaui, Beau Fermor, David Fifita, Sosefo Fifita, Kieran Foran, Moeaki Fotuaika, Klese Haas, Patrick Herbert, Jaimin Jolliffe, Brian Kelly, Alofi'ana Khan-Pereira, Sam Lisone, Isaac Liu, Greg Marzhew, Sam McIntyre, Phillip Sami, Toby Sexton, Joe Stimson,Paul Turner, Sam Verrills, Joseph Vuna|
|Off contract after 2022||None|
|2022 Mid-Season losses||Will Smith (Hull FC)|
Kevin Proctor (released)
|2023 Losses||Jamayne Isaako, Jarrod Wallace,Herman Ese'ese (Dolphins)|
Esan Marsters (Huddersfield)
Corey Thompson (retired)
|Development||Aaron Booth, Shallin Fuller (2022), Tony Francis (2022-23), Thomas Weaver (2022-24)|
|2023 Gains||Kelma Tuilagi (Wests Tigers)|
|Contracted for 2023||Josh Aloiai, Ethan Bullemor, Daly Cherry-Evans, Lachlan Croker, Viliame Fifita, Reuben Garrick, Morgan Harper, Sean Keppie, Tolutau Koula, Karl Lawton, Haumole Olakau'atu, Brad Parker, Taniela Paseka, Jason Saab, Josh Schuster, Toafofoa Sipley, Ben Trbojevic, Jake Trbojevic, Tom Trbojevic, Kelma Tuilagi, Christian Tuipulotu, Alec Tuitavake, Kaeo Weekes|
|Off contract after 2022||Morgan Boyle, Kurt De Luis|
|2022 Mid-Season Losses||Jorge Taufua (Wakefield)|
Sione Fainu (Wests Tigers)
|2023 Losses||Dylan Walker (Warriors)|
Kieran Foran (Gold Coast)
Andrew Davey,Martin Taupau(released)
|Development||Jamie Humphreys, Gordon Chan Kum Tong, Jacob Sykes (2022-23)|
|2023 Gains||Tariq Sims (St Geo Illa)|
Joe Chan (Catalans)
Eliesa Katoa (Warriors)
|Contracted for 2023||Grant Anderson, Nelson Asofa-Solomona, Joe Chan, Xavier Coates, Tom Eisenhuth,Jordan Grant, Harry Grant, Jack Howarth, Jahrome Hughes, Dean Ieremia, George Jennings, Tui Kamikamica, Eliesa Katoa, Josh King, Chris Lewis,Trent Loiero, Nick Meaney, Tepai Moeroa, Cameron Munster, Jayden Nikorima, Justin Olam, Ryan Papenhuyzen, Jonah Pezet, Marion Seve, Tariq Sims, Reimis Smith, William Warbrick, Tyran Wishart, Christian Welch|
|Off contract after 2022||Young Tonumaipea|
|2022 Mid-Season Gains||David Nofoaluma (Wests Tigers, loan only)|
Young Tonumaipea (rugby union)
|2022 Mid-Season Losses||None|
|2023 Losses||Felise Kaufusi, Jesse Bromwich, Kenny Bromwich (Dolphins)|
Brandon Smith (Sydney)
Cooper Johns (released)
|Development||Bronson Garlick, Marion Seve (2022), Cole Geyer (2022-23)|
|2023 Gains||Jack Hetherington (Canterbury)|
Adam Elliott (Canberra)
Tyson Gamble (Brisbane)
|Contracted for 2023||Bradman Best, Jayden Brailey, Jake Clifford, Adam Clune, Mat Croker, Adam Elliott,Lachlan Fitzgibbon, Tyson Frizell, Dane Gagai, Tyson Gamble, Jack Hetherington,Bailey Hodgson, Hymel Hunt, Jack Johns, Brodie Jones, Jacob Kiraz, David Klemmer, Kurt Mann, Krystian Mapapalangi, Kalyn Ponga, Chris Randall, Daniel Saifiti, Jacob Saifiti, Simi Sasagi,Leo Thompson, Enari Tuala, Dominic Young|
|Off contract after 2022||Phoenix Crossland|
|2022 Mid-Season Losses||None|
|2023 Losses||Mitchell Barnett (Warriors)|
Edrick Lee, Anthony Milford (Dolphins)
Jirah Momoisea (Parramatta)
Tex Hoy (Hull FC)
Sauaso Sue (HullKR)
Pasami Saulo (Canberra)
Brayden Musgrove (released)
|Development||Chris Vea'ila (2022-23)|
|Contracted for 2023||Tom Chester, Ben Condon, Reuben Cotter, Tom Dearden, Scott Drinkwater, Mitchell Dunn, Brendan Elliot, Kyle Feldt, Jake Granville, Ben Hampton, Coen Hess, Peta Hiku, Valentine Holmes, Luciano Leilua, Heilum Luki, Laitia Moceidreke, Jeremiah Nanai, Griffin Neame, Reece Robson,Murray Taulagi, Jason Taumalolo, Jamayne Taunoa-Brown, Chad Townsend|
|Off contract after 2022||Kane Bradley, Jake Bourke, Brendan Frei, Jordan McLean, Emry Pere|
|2022 Mid-Season Gains||Luciano Leilua (Wests Tigers)|
|2022 Mid-Season Losses||Daejarn Asi (Warriors)|
|2023 Losses||Tom Gilbert, Connelly Lemuelu, Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow(Dolphins)|
|Development||Tom Chester, Tyreece Woods (2022), Jordan Lipp, Riley Price (2022-23)|
|2023 Gains||Josh Hodgson (Canberra)|
J'maine Hopgood (Penrith)
Jirah Momoisea (Newcastle)
Jack Murchie (Warriors)
|Contracted for 2023||Jakob Arthur, Waqa Blake, Dylan Brown, Nathan Brown, Reagan Campbell-Gillard, Bryce Cartwright, Haze Dunster, Clint Gutherson, Wiremu Greig, Josh Hodgson, J'maine Hopgood, Shaun Lane, Makahesi Makatoa, Ryan Matterson, Jirah Momoisea, Mitchell Moses, Jack Murchie,Junior Paulo, Will Penisini, Ky Rodwell,Sean Russell, Bailey Simonsson, Maika Sivo|
|Off contract after 2022||Solomone Naiduki|
|2022 Mid-Season Losses||None|
|2023 Losses||Marata Niukore (Warriors)|
Isaiah Papali'i (Wests Tigers)
Ray Stone (Dolphins)
Oregon Kaufusi (Cronulla)
David Hollis, Reed Mahoney, Tom Opacic, Hayze Perham (released)
|Development||Sam Loizou, Uintoni Mataele (2022),Josh Tuipulotu (2022-23)|
|2023 Gains||Luke Garner (Wests Tigers)|
|Contracted for 2023||Eddie Blacker, Nathan Cleary, Stephen Crichton, Dylan Edwards, James Fisher-Harris, Luke Garner, Thomas Jenkins,Mitch Kenny, Spencer Leniu, Moses Leota, Jarome Luai, Liam Martin, Taylan May, Chris Smith, Lindsay Smith, Scott Sorensen, Charlie Staines, Izack Tago, Brian To'o, Sunia Turuva,Isaah Yeo|
|Off contract after 2022||Christian Crichton, Matt Eisenhuth, Kurt Falls, Viliame Kikau, Jaeman Salmon|
|2022 Mid-Season Losses||None|
|2023 Losses||Api Koroisau (Wests Tigers)|
Isaiya Katoa, Robert Jennings, Sean O'Sullivan (Dolphins)
J'maine Hopgood (Parramatta)
|Development||Preston Riki (2022), Mavrik Geyer, Liam Henry(2022-23), Ativalu Lisati (2023)|
|2023 Gains||Jacob Liddle (Wests Tigers)|
|Contracted for 2023||Talatau Amone, Jack Bird, George Burgess, Billy Burns,Jack de Belin, Mat Feagai, Max Feagai, Tyrell Fuimaono, Ben Hunt, Jaiyden Hunt, Josh Kerr, Blake Lawrie, Jacob Liddle, Zac Lomax, Moses Mbye, Andrew McCullough, Francis Molo, Michael Molo, Cody Ramsey, Mikaele Ravalawa, Tyrell Sloan, Jaydn Su'A, Moses Suli, Jayden Sullivan, Aaron Woods|
|Off contract after 2022||Poasa Faamausili, Jack Gosiewski, Tautau Moga|
|2022 Mid-Season Losses||Daniel Alvaro (Toulouse)|
|2023 Losses||Tariq Sims (Melbourne)|
Josh McGuire (Warrington)
Jackson Ford (Warriors)
|Development||Jaiyden Hunt, Shalom O'Ofau, Jonathon Reuben (2022)|
|Contracted for 2023||Jai Arrow, Zane Bijorac, Thomas Burgess, Jed Cartwright, Damien Cook, Campbell Graham, Siliva Havili, Dean Hawkins, Jacob Host, Lachlan Ilias, Alex Johnston, Terrell Kalo Kalo, Richie Kennar, Liam Knight, Keaon Koloamatangi, Ben Lovett, Peter Mamouzelos, Taane Milne, Latrell Mitchell, Davvy Moale, Cameron Murray, Mark Nicholls, Hame Sele, Daniel Suluka-Fifita, Blake Taaffe, Isaiah Tass, Tevita Tatola, Izaac Thompson, Cody Walker|
|Off contract after 2022||Michael Chee-Kam, Josh Mansour, Jaxson Paulo|
|2022 Mid-Season Gains||Kodi Nikorima (Warriors)|
Daniel Suluka-Fifita (Sydney)
|2022 Mid-Season Losses||None|
|2023 Losses||Mark Nicholls, Kodi Nikorima (Dolphins)|
|Development||Lachlan Gale (2022), Josiah Karapani, Leon Te Hau (2022-24), Tyrone Munro, Jye Gray (2023)|
|2023 Gains||Brandon Smith (Melbourne)|
|Contracted for 2023||Renouf Atoni, Fletcher Baker, Egan Butcher, Nat Butcher, Lindsay Collins, Drew Hutchison, Luke Keary, Joey Manu, Terrell May, Paul Momirovski, Victor Radley, Billy Smith, Joseph Suaalii, Brandon Smith, Sandon Smith,James Tedesco, Daniel Tupou, Sitili Tupouniua, Jared Waerea-Hargreaves, Sam Walker, Connor Watson, Naufahu Whyte|
|Off contract after 2022||Angus Crichton, Adam Keighran, Matt Lodge|
|2022 Mid-Season Gains||Matt Lodge (Warriors)|
Oliver Gildart (Wests Tigers, loan only)
|2022 Mid-Season Losses||Freddy Lussick, Ronald Volkman (Warriors)|
Daniel Suluka-Fifita (South Sydney)
Lachlan Lam (Leigh)
|2023 Losses||Siosiua Taukeiaho (Catalans)|
Kevin Naiqama (Huddersfield)
Sam Verrills (Gold Coast)
|Development||Ben Marschke, Tuku Hau Tapuha, Ben Thomas (2022)|
|2023 Gains||Marata Niukore (Parramatta)|
Luke Metcalf (Cronulla)
Dylan Walker (Manly)
Mitchell Barnett (Newcastle)
Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad (Canberra)
Te Maire Martin (Brisbane)
Jackson Ford (St George Illawarra)
|Contracted for 2023||Bunty Afoa, Mitchell Barnett, Rocco Berry, Josh Curran, Wayde Egan, Addin Fonua-Blake, Jackson Ford,Tohu Harris, Shaun Johnson, Temple Kalepo, Edward Kosi, Freddy Lussick, Te Maire Martin,Luke Metcalf, Marcelo Montoya, Ben Murdoch-Masila, Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, Marata Niukore, Taniela Otukolo, Adam Pompey, Bayley Sironen, Ash Taylor, Jazz Tevaga, Viliami Vailea, Dylan Walker, Dallin Watene-Zelezniak|
|Off contract after 2022||Daejarn Asi, Chanel Harris-Tavita, Dunamis Lui, Iliesa Ratuva, Pride Petterson-Robati|
|2022 Mid-Season Losses||Kodi Nikorima (South Sydney)|
Matt Lodge (Sydney)
|2023 Losses||Jesse Arthars (loan - return to Brisbane)|
Euan Aitken (Dolphins)
Reece Walsh (Brisbane)
Eliesa Katoa (Melbourne)
Jack Murchie (Parramatta)
Aaron Pene (released)
|Development||Lleyton Finau (2022), Kina Kepu, Lingi Kepu (2022-24)|
|2023 Gains||Isaiah Papali'i (Parramatta)|
Api Koroisau (Penrith)
Triston Reilly (rugby union / 2022 Train & Trial)
David Nofoaluma (Melbourne, returning from loan)
Oliver Gildart (Sydney, returning from loan)
|Contracted for 2023||Shawn Blore, Luke Brooks, Adam Doueihi, Oliver Gildart, Jackson Hastings, Asu Kepaoa, Api Koroisau, Daine Laurie, Ken Maumalo, Thomas Mikaele, Zane Musgrove, Brent Naden, David Nofoaluma, Joe Ofahengaue, Isaiah Papali'i, Tyrone Peachey, Alex Seyfarth, Jake Simpkin, Tukimihia Simpkins, Starford To'a, Brandon Tumeth,Alex Twal, Stefano Utoikamanu|
|Off contract after 2022||William Kei, Tommy Talau, James Tamou|
|2022 Mid-Season Losses||Luciano Leilua (North Qld)|
David Nofoaluma (Melbourne, loan only)
Oliver Gildart (Sydney, loan only)
|2023 Losses||Luke Farner (Penrith)|
Kelma Tuilagi (Manly)
Jacob Liddle (St George Illawarra)
Jock Madden (Brisbane)
|Development||Henry O'Kane, Brandon Tumeth (2022), Api Saukuru (2022-23)|
(Contracted for 2023)
|Felise Kaufusi, Jesse Bromwich, Kenny Bromwich (Melbourne)|
Ray Stone (Parramatta)
Brenko Lee (Brisbane)
Edrick Lee, Anthony Milford (Newcastle)
Jamayne Isaako, Jarrod Wallace, Herman Ese'ese (Gold Coast)
Euan Aitken (Warriors)
Jeremy Marshall King (Canterbury)
Isaiya Katoa, Robert Jennings, Sean O'Sullivan (Penrith)
Mark Nicholls, Kodi Nikorima (South Sydney)
Tom Gilbert, Connelly Lemuelu, Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow(North Qld)
Others: Valynce Te Whare, Harrison Graham, Michael Roberts, JJ Collins, Ryan Jackson, Jeremiah Simbiken
|2023 Development||Harrison Graham (Wynnum, 2023)|
Michael Roberts (Palm Beach-Currumbin, 2023)
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|New Zealand Warriors||29th season||Mt. Smart Stadium|
|North Queensland Cowboys||29th season||Queensland Country Bank Stadium|
|Parramatta Eels||77th season||CommBank Stadium|
|Penrith Panthers||57th season||BlueBet Stadium|
- Daejarn Asi, Reece Hoffman, William Kei, Brayden Musgrove, Solomone Naiduki.
- Tom Chester, Steven Marsters.
- Kurt Falls, Chanel Harris-Tavita, Cooper Johns, Albert Kelly, Brandon Wakeham, Sam Williams.
- Joshua Cook, Manase Fainu.
Jesse Bromwich, Kenny Bromwich, Felise Kaufusi and perhaps Cameron Munster are headed to the Dolphins.
NRL 2022: Every player off-contract and available to sign a contract for 2023.
Tigers became extinct in the country over 70 years ago and a landmark effort is underway to return this iconic big cat to the country by 2025. It will take at least 15 years, and include three key stages: First, habitat preparation which started in 2018 and will last until 2024.
The NRL is back for the 2022 season with the NRL Rugby League - 2022 Elite Trading Cards from Elite Sports! With a base set featuring 144 cards of your favourite players, fans of the league can now collect the best of the best.
It is scheduled to take place in France from 8 September to 28 October 2023 in nine venues across the country.
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- Youri Tielemans (Leicester)
- Jorginho (Chelsea)
- Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace)
- Diogo Dalot (Man Utd)
- Leandro Trossard (Brighton)
- N'Golo Kante (Chelsea)
- Roberto Firmino (Liverpool)
On 26 November 2021, the Dolphins made their first major signing for their 2023 entry, recruiting Felise Kaufusi from the Melbourne Storm. Not long after, he was joined by Storm team mates, Jesse Bromwich and his brother Kenny Bromwich.
Andrew Johns was inducted as the eighth Immortal at the Men of League Gala Dinner the week of the 2012 NRL Grand Final.
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The signings of premiership-winner Viliame Kikau and grand finalist Reed Mahoney are game-changers for the club. Both players arrive in the form of their careers – a rare thing for a club to recruit in this day and age.
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Five-eighth or Stand-off is one of the positions in a rugby league football team. Wearing jersey number 6, this player is one of the two half backs in a team, partnering the scrum-half. Sometimes known as the pivot or second receiver, in a traditional attacking 'back-line' (No.
B. Ball and all. A type of tackle preventing the player (who is being tackled) being able to offload the ball to a team mate, who might, before the tackle has been completed, carry on the attack.
The 40/20, meaning that the kick is taken behind the player's forty metre line, bounces in the field of play and goes into touch inside the opponent's twenty metre, gives a huge advantage for the kicking team, as it advances the ball forty metres down the field and offers a fresh attacking set.
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More action than ever before over a longer NRL Premiership season, kicking off with Round 1 on March 2 and culminating in the Grand Final on Sunday October 1. Teams will play 24 home and away matches and each team will also receive three byes throughout the regular season.
A yellow card is used to signal that a player is being temporarily suspended from the game. The player is sent to the "sin bin" for 10 minutes, after which time they are allowed to return to carry on playing.
Samoa qualified as 13th team of Rugby World Cup France 2023 after winning a double-header against Tonga (42-13, 37-15), confirming a 9th consecutive Rugby World Cup participation.
An official RWC 2023 resale platform will launch at the end of 2022 for ticketholders wishing to resell one or more tickets in a safe and secure way. Tickets will be accessible to ticketholders via their ticketing accounts on the official ticketing website only a few weeks before the match.
The thrills, the passion, the intensity: Welcome to Europe's biggest rugby tournament. The Guinness Six Nations Championship in 2023 will be a mouth-watering competition featuring the biggest nations in the northern hemisphere.
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|Winning Team||Parramatta Eels|
|Losing Team||Cronulla Sharks|
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They'll play the Panthers, Sharks, Storm and Eels all on home turf, which will be shared between Moreton Daily Stadium, Sunshine Coast Stadium and Suncorp Stadium throughout the 2023 season.
Signed OL Lamont Gaillard to the practice squad. Traded a 2023 fifth-round draft pick, pending a physical to San Francisco 49ers for RB Jeff Wilson. Promoted S Verone McKinley III and WR Braylon Sanders to the active roster from the practice squad.
Parramatta have confirmed two signings with Matt Doorey joining the club immediately on a two-year deal while Toni Mataele has extended his contract with the blue and gold. Mataele is currently on a development contract and will form part of the Eels' top 30 squad from 2024.
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- Cameron Munster. 21 games, 11 tries, 15 try assists, 15 linebreak assists, 9 forced dropouts, 130 metres per game.
The Titans are the biggest winners from the 2022 NRL Telstra Premiership draw, while the Bulldogs will have to find improvement the hard way after being handed the toughest road. Overall the 2022 draw features a much smaller gap between the theoretical toughest and easiest draws compared to 2021.
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Wests Tigers have today confirmed that Tim Sheens will take over as the club's Head Coach in 2023 with his former premiership-winning playmakers Benji Marshall and Robbie Farah by his side. Sheens will take charge for the 2023 and 2024 seasons as Head Coach, with Marshall and Farah as his assistants.
Assigned RHP Bryan Garcia, SSs Jermaine Palacios and Luis Garcia outright to Toledo (IL). Acquired 2B Andy Ibanez off waivers from Texas.
Soto, in his third MLB season, went to his first All-Star Game in his first year as the Tigers' unofficial closer. Nowadays, he is the team's official closer and received another All-Star selection in 2022. The 27-year-old will suit up for the American League team Tuesday night at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.
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The Bulldogs are greatly looking forward to Viliame Kikau and Reed Mahoney joining them in 2023. Both players have signed four-year deals with the club and will be major additions to a squad that is shaping up well in regards to both quality and depth.
Tigers 5, Mariners 0
Ten years after Justin Verlander tossed the last Tigers' no-hitter against the Toronto Blue Jays, Spencer Turnbull made history of his own against the Mariners. Turnbull was nearly perfect, allowing just two baserunners via walk. Turnbull also struck out nine batters during his performance.
Penrith Panthers is delighted to announce that Sunia Turuva, Thomas Jenkins and Liam Henry have signed contract upgrades with the club. Turuva and Jenkins, who were both NRL Development Players in 2022, have been promoted to the top 30 squad for the remainder of the season.
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Who has the most home runs in 2022? Aaron Judge led MLB with 62 home runs this season.
1. Clayton Kershaw, April 13, 2022. Not that we needed a reminder on the marathon nature of MLB seasons, but we still have more than seven weeks left in the same season that Kershaw's perfect seven innings happened.