The Rabbitohs haven't waited for Joseph Suaalii to commit before signing two of his 17-year-old teammates to lucrative NRL contracts. This is also known as Online Behavioural Advertising. Bennett acknowledged he faces "a hard decision" as to who makes way from his round one backline to accommodate Mitchell. Performance & security by Cloudflare, Please complete the security check to access.

Bennett added: "I'm sure in his preferred position of fullback, he's not going to have a struggle with making that pretty much his own. Latrell Mitchell joins South Sydney Rabbitohs. Capable of playing 80 minutes, the Waverley College student has also made all the representative teams as he climbed through the grades. A NOTE ABOUT RELEVANT ADVERTISING: We collect information about the content (including ads) you use across this site and use it to make both advertising and content more relevant to you on our network and other sites. The 2020 South Sydney Rabbitohs NRL Telstra Premiership draw, fixture, schedule, Canterbury Cup NSW draw
Adrian Proszenko is the Chief Rugby League Reporter for the Sydney Morning Herald. His initial response came after Brisbane chairman Karl Morris also said he would consider taking such a move to the club's board, but Bennett dismissed the notion in his weekly press conference as "speculative". As South Sydney captain-in-waiting Damien Cook noted with a laugh, the Rabbitohs have been linked with just about every available player since news of Sam Burgess’s retirement broke. Thank you Warrior #207 Nate Roache for all you have given during your time with the club, your hard work and tenacity is a true credit to you and your whanau. As reported by NRL.com on Tuesday, Johnston had fielded interest from Melbourne as a potential replacement for Josh Addo-Carr, only to knock the Storm's approach back. Here foxsports.com.au runs through the players yet to confirm where they’ll be playing in 2021. "And that discussion has never been had here. News that South Sydney local junior Alex Johnston is set to stay was met "with the most cheering and clapping I've heard for a long time" from the Redfern sheds according to Wayne Bennett. ... Bulldogs stun Rabbitohs, win third game of 2020… pic.twitter.com/r2k5sBvAZ6. The Sydney Morning Herald reports South Sydney have signed Suaalii’s SG Ball teammates Terrell Kalokalo and Davvy Moale on three-year deals that will … He will report to training with his new South Sydney teammates for the first time on Tuesday with an eventual shift to fullback on the cards. Both Mitchell and Bennett hinted at the fullback role that has long been desired by the 22-year-old, a scenario that has led to speculation over the futures of Dane Gagai and Alex Johnston. "I’ve had no discussion with anybody from Souths or Broncos or Queensland Rugby League - nobody. The red and green went down 20-16 at ANZ Stadium in front of … Another way to prevent getting this page in the future is to use Privacy Pass. Sports news, results and expert commentary delivered straight to your inbox each weekday.

Now the NRL has confirmed a top 30 squad will be in use for 2021, clubs can start making decisions on which players to offer new contracts.

The Eels have said goodbye to David Gower, Peni Terepo, Kane Evans, Jai Field, Stefano Utiokamanu, Andrew Davey, Rhys Davies, Jaeman Salmon and Brad Takairangi along with development players Watson Heleta and Kyle Schneider. Latrell Mitchell's South Sydney signing brings to an end one of the game's most public contract sagas, but not necessarily the Rabbitohs' bid to have Jai Arrow join him at Redfern in 2020. "We'll worry about that as we come along, but we certainly haven't given up hope on it.". It's believed he will stay at Redfern for below what he could have earned on the open market as one of the NRL's most prolific try-scorers. Shawn Blore (Wests Tigers), Jed Cartwright (South Sydney Rabbitohs), Kaide Ellis (released), James Tamou (Wests Tigers) Re-Signed Dylan Edwards (2022), Liam Martin (2023), Charlie Staines (2023), Brian To'o (2023) Off Contract 2020 Caleb Aekins, Dean Blore, J'Maine Hopgood, Tyrone May, Brayden McGrady, Malakai Watene-Zelezniak

2020 squad: John Bateman (2021), JJ Collins (2020), Nick Cotric (2020), Jarrod Croker (2024), Emre Guler (2021), Matt Frawley (2020), Siliva Havili (2020, PO 21), Josh Hodgson (2022), Corey Horsburgh (2022), Sebastian Kris (2020), Dunamis Lui (2021), Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad (2023), Michael Oldfield (2020), Josh Papalii (2024, PO 25), Curtis Scott (2023), Bailey Simonsson (2023), Harley Smith-Shields (2021), Sia Soliola (2021), Tom Starling (2022), Ryan Sutton (2022), Joe Tapine (2023), Semi Valemei (2021), Elliott Whitehead (2022), Jack Wighton (2024), George Williams (2022), Sam Williams (2021), Hudson Young (2021), Jordan Rapana (2020), Corey Harawira-Naera (2022), Kurt Baptiste (2020), 2021 gains: Harry Rushton (from Wigan until 2023), Ryan James (from Titans until 2022), 2021 losses: Nick Cotric (Bulldogs), John Bateman (Wigan), 2020 squad: Jake Averillo (2021), Dean Britt (2021), Christian Crichton (2021), Adam Elliott (2023), Raymond Faitala-Mariner (2022), Will Hopoate (2021), Josh Jackson (2023), Sione Katoa (2021), Lachlan Lewis (2021), Jeremy Marshall-King (2021), Nick Meaney (2021), Dylan Napa (2021), Ofahiki Ogden (2021), Jayden Okunbor (2021), Chris Smith (2021), Reimis Smith (2021), Joe Stimson (2022), Renouf To’omaga (2021), Brandon Wakeham (2022), Dallin Watene-Zelezniak (2022) Luke Thompson (from St Helens to 2023), 2021 gains: Nick Cotric (from Raiders until 2023), Blake Green (from Knights until 2021), Corey Waddell (from Sea Eagles until 2023), 2021 losses: Kerrod Holland (retirement) Kieran Foran (Sea Eagles), Aiden Tolman, Marcelo Montoya, Jack Cogger, Sauaso Sue, Tim Lafai, Isaiah Tass (all unsigned), 2020 squad: Blayke Brailey (2022), Jayson Bukuya (2020), Josh Dugan (2021), Andrew Fifita (2022), Wade Graham (2022), Braden Hamlin-Uele (2022), Mawene Hiroti (2020), Royce Hunt (2022), Shaun Johnson (2021), Sione Katoa (2023), William Kennedy (2021), Cameron King (2020), Billy Magoulias (2021), Kayleb Milne (2020), Matt Moylan (2021), Ronaldo Mulitalo (2023), Briton Nikora (2022), Jesse Ramien (2023), Toby Rudolf (2021), Scott Sorensen (2020), Cruz Topai-Aveai (2020), Chad Townsend (2023), Connor Tracey (2021), Brayden Trindall (2020), Jack Williams (2022), Teig Wilton (2023), Aaron Woods (2021), Bronson Xerri (2021), Nene Macdonald (2021), Bryson Goodwin (2020), Siosifa Talakai (2021), 2020 squad: Jai Arrow (2020), Tanah Boyd (2021), AJ Brimson (2022), Bryce Cartwright (2021), Erin Clark (2021), Dale Copley (2020), Anthony Don (2021), Darius Farmer (2021), Moeaki Fotuaika (2022), Beau Fermor (2022), Keegan Hipgrave (2020), Ryan James (2020), Jaimin Joliffe (2022), Brian Kelly (2021), Greg Leleisiuao (2021), Sam Lisone (2020), Tyrone Peachey (2021), Jonus Pearson (2021), Kevin Proctor (2021), Mitch Rein (2021), Phillip Sami (2022), Treymain Spry (2020, CO 21), Sam Stone (2020), Ash Taylor (2021), Jarrod Wallace (2022), Jai Whitbread (2021), Corey Thompson, Jamal Fogarty (2022), 2021 gains: Tino Fa’asuamaleaui (from Storm until 2023), Herman Ese’ese (from Knights until 2022), David Fifita (from Broncos until 2023) Patrick Herbert (from Warriors until 2021), 2021 losses: Jai Arrow (Rabbitohs), Ryan James (Raiders) Shannon Boyd (retired), Tyrone Roberts, Nathan Peats (unsigned), Kallum Watkins (released mid-season to Salford), 2020 squad: Morgan Boyle (2021), Daly Cherry-Evans (2023), Lachlan Croker (2021), Cade Cust (2022), Kieran Foran (2021), Manase Fainu (2023), Addin Fonua-Blake (2022), Tevita Funa (2021), Reuben Garrick (2021), Jack Gosiewski (2021), Morgan Harper (2022), Albert Hopoate (2020), Sean Keppie (2023), Luke Metcalf (2020), Haumole Olakau’ata (2021, CO 22), Brad Parker (2021), Taniela Paseka (2021), Josh Schuster (2021), Toafofoa Sipley (2021), Curtis Sironen (2021), Samuel Smith (2020), Moses Suli (2020), Jorge Taufua (2021), Martin Taupau (2022), Jake Trbojevic (2026), Tom Trbojevic (2026), Dylan Walker (2021), 2021 gains: Kieran Foran (from Bulldogs until 2021), Andrew Davey (from Eels until 2022), 2021 losses: Joel Thompson (St Helens), Corey Waddell (Bulldogs), Addin Fonua-Blake (Warriors), Danny Levi, Brendan Elliott, Tony Williams (all unsigned), 2020 squad: Josh Addo-Carr (2021), Nelson Asofa-Solomona (2023), Jesse Bromwich (2020, MO 21, 22), Kenny Bromwich (2022, PO 23), Sandor Earl (2020), Thomas Eisenhuth (2022), Tino Fa’asuamaleaui (2020), Dale Finucane (2021), Jahrome Hughes (2021), Nicho Hynes (2021), Ryley Jacks (2021), Cooper Johns (2020), Tui Kamikamica (2022, CO 23), Felise Kaufusi (2021, PO 22), Max King (2021), Brenko Lee (2020), Ricky Leutele (2020), Chris Lewis (2022) Isaac Lumelume (2021), Paul Momirovski (2020), Cameron Munster (2023), Justin Olam (2022), Ryan Papenhuyzen (2022), Aaron Pene (2021), Darryn Schonig (2021), (Marion Seve (2020), Brandon Smith (2022), Cameron Smith (2020), Albert Vete (2020, CO 21), Suliasi Vunivalu (2020), Christian Welch (2022), 2021 gains: Harry Grant (loan return from Tigers), Jack Howarth (upgraded), 2021 losses: Tino Fa’asuamaleaui (Titans), Paul Momirovski (loan return to Tigers), Suliasi Vunivalu (Super Rugby), 2020 squad: Mitchell Barnett (2020), Bradman Best (2022), Jayden Brailey (2022), Phoenix Crossland (2021), Herman Ese’ese (2020), Lachlan Fitzgibbon (2021), Tim Glasby (2021), Aidan Guerra (2020), Tex Hoy (2021), Hymel Hunt (2021), Brodie Jones (2020), Josh King (2020), David Klemmer (2023), Edrick Lee (2021), Mason Lino (2020), Kurt Mann (2021), Sione Mata’utia (2021), Andrew McCullough (2020) Tautau Moga (2020), Jirah Momoisea (2022), Mitchell Pearce (2021), Kalyn Ponga (2021, PO 22), Tyronne Roberts-Davis (2020), Daniel Saifiti (2022), Jacob Saifiti (2022), Pasami Saulo (2022), Gehamat Shibasaki (2022), Star To’a (2021), Enari Tuala (2021), Connor Watson (2020), Blake Green (2020), 2021 gains: Tyson Frizell (from Dragons until 2023), Dom Young (from Huddersfield until 2023), 2021 losses: Herman Ese’ese (Titans), Andrew McCullough (loan back to Broncos), Blake Green (Bulldogs), Aidan Guerra, Tim Glasby (retired), 2020 squad: John Asiata (2020), Jake Clifford (2021), Reuben Cotter (2020), Scott Drinkwater (2021), Mitchell Dunn (2022), Kyle Feldt (2024), Thomas Gilbert (2022), Jake Granville (2021), Ben Hampton (2020, PO 21), Coen Hess (2022), Peter Hola (2022), Valentine Holmes (2025), Corey Jensen (2020, PO 21), Connelly Lemuelu (2021), Esan Marsters (2022), Josh McGuire (2022), Jordan McLean (2020, PO 21, 22), Francis Molo (2021), Michael Morgan (2023), Justin O’Neill (2021), Tom Opacic (2020), Emry Pere (2021), Reece Robson (2023), Daniel Russell (2020), Tukimihia Simpkins (2020), Murray Taulagi (2021), Jason Taumalolo (2027), Shane Wright (2021), 2020 squad: Daniel Alvaro (2021), Waqa Blake (2023), Dylan Brown (2023), Nathan Brown (2020, PO 21), Reagan Campbell-Gillard (2022, PO 23, CO 24), Haze Dunster (2020), Blake Ferguson (2021), Clint Gutherson (2022), George Jennings (2020), Michael Jennings (2022), Oregon Kaufusi (2022), Shaun Lane (2023), Reed Mahoney (2022), Ryan Matterson (2021, PO 22), Mitchell Moses (2021, PO 22), Marata Niukore (2022), Junior Paulo (2022), Jordan Rankin (2021), Maika Sivo (2021), Will Smith (2020), Ray Stone (2020), 2021 losses: Stefano Utoikamanu (Tigers), Kane Evans (Warriors), David Gower, Peni Terepo, Jai Field, Andrew Davey, Rhys Davies, Jaeman Salmon, Brad Takairangi (all unsigned), 2020 squad: Caleb Aekins (2020), Dean Blore (2020), Shawn Blore (2020), William Burns (2022), Matt Burton (2021), Kurt Capewell (2021), Nathan Cleary (2024), Stephen Crichton (2020), Dylan Edwards (2022), Kaide Ellis (2020), James Fisher-Harris (2022), Jack Hetherington (2021), Mitch Kenny (2021), Viliame Kikau (2022), Apisai Koroisau (2022), Spencer Leniu (2021), Moses Leota (2022), Jarome Luai (2021), Josh Mansour (2021), Liam Martin (2023), Tyrone May (2020), Braydon McGrady (2020), Brent Naden (2021), Charlie Staines (2023) James Tamou (2020), Zane Tetevano (2021), Brian To’o (2023), Malakai Watene-Zelezniak (2020), Dean Whare (2021, MO 22), Isaah Yeo (2021), 2020 squad: Euan Aitken (2020), Eddie Blacker (2021), Billy Brittain (2020), Adam Clune (2022), Jack de Belin (2020), Matt Dufty (2021), Jackson Ford (2022), Tyson Frizell (2020), Tyrell Fuimaono (2021), Jacob Host (2020), Ben Hunt (2022, PO 23), Josh Kerr (2023), Blake Lawrie (2022), Zac Lomax (2025), Joe Lovodua (2020), Cameron McInnes (2021), Trent Merrin (2021), Corey Norman (2021), Jordan Pereira (2021), Mikaele Ravalawa (2023), Jason Saab (2022), Tristan Sailor (2020), Korbin Sims (2021), Tariq Sims (2022), Paul Vaughan (2021, PO 22), Brayden Wiliame (2021), Kaide Ellis (2020), 2021 losses: Tyson Frizell (Knights), Euan Aitken (Warriors), Jacob Host, Tristan Sailor, Joe Lovodua (all unsigned), 2020 squad: Corey Allan (2021), Tom Amone (2020), Tom Burgess (2023), Braidon Burns (2021), Jed Cartwright (2023), Damien Cook (2023), Joshua Cook (2021), Troy Dargan (2021), Cory Denniss (2020), Kurt Dillon (2020), Dane Gagai (2021), Campbell Graham (2024), Dean Hawkins (2021), Alex Johnston (2020), Liam Knight (2023), Keaon Kolomatangi (2021), Ethan Lowe (2021), Patrick Mago (2020), Steven Marsters (2021), Latrell Mitchell (2021), Cameron Murray (2021), Mark Nicholls (2021), Adam Reynolds (2021), James Roberts (2021), Ky Rodwell (2020), Hame Sele (2023), Bayley Sironen (2021), Jaydn Su’A (2021), Tevita Tatola (2021), Cody Walker (2022), 2021 gains: Jai Arrow (from Titans until 2024), 2020 squad: Mitchell Aubusson (2020), Fletcher Baker (2021), Egan Butcher (2021), Nat Butcher (2022), Lindsay Collins (2022), Boyd Cordner (2023), Angus Crichton (2021), Poasa Faamausili (2022), Kyle Flanagan (2021), Jake Friend (2020), Ryan Hall (2020, MO 21), Drew Hutchison (2020), Matt Ikuvalu (2020), Luke Keary (2024), Lachlan Lam (2020), Isaac Liu (2021), Joseph Manu (2022), Brett Morris (2020), Josh Morris (2020), Victor Radley (2023), Billy Smith (2021), Daniel Suluka-Fifita (2022), Siosiua Taukeiaho (2022), James Tedesco (2021), Christian Tuipulotu (2021), Daniel Tupou (2021), Sitili Tupouniua (2021), Sam Verrills (2021), Jared Waerea-Hargreaves (2023), Sonny Bill Williams (2020), 2020 squad: Bunty Afoa (2021), Leeson Ah Mau (2021), Adam Blair (2020), Lachlan Burr (2020), Josh Curran (2021), Wayde Egan (2022), David Fusitu’a (2023), Tohu Harris (2021), Chanel Harris-Tavita (2022), Peta Hiku (2021), Patrick Herbert (2020), Eliesa Katoa (2021), Karl Lawton (2021), Ken Maumalo (2022), Taane Milne (2020), Jack Murchie (2021) Kodi Nikorima (2021, PO 22), Agnatius Paasi (2022), Hayze Perham (2021), Adam Pompey (2021), Jamayne Taunoa-Brown (2022), Jazz Tevaga (2021), Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (2022), 2021 gains: Kane Evans (from Eels until 2022) Ben Murdoch-Masila (from Warrington until 2023), Euan Aitken (from Dragons until 2023), Addin Fonua-Blake (from Sea Eagles until 2024), 2021 losses: Adam Blair (retirement), Patrick Herbert (Titans) Gerald Beale, Lachlan Burr, Nathaniel Roache, Leivaha Pulu, King Vuniyayawa, Adam Keighran, Isaiah Papali’i (all unsigned), 2020 squad: Josh Aloiai (2021), Shawn Blore (2021) Luke Brooks (2023), Michael Chee-Kam (2021), Adam Doueihi (2023), Luke Garner (2022), Joey Leilua (2022), Luciano Leilua (2022), Jacob Liddle (2021), Moses Mbye (2022), Sam McIntyre (2020), Thomas Mikaele (2021), Zane Musgrove (2021), David Nofoaluma (2021), Russell Packer (2021), Josh Reynolds (2021), Alex Seyfarth (2020), Tommy Talau (2022), Alex Twal (2022), Billy Walters (2021), Shawn Blore (2021), Asu Kepaoa (2023), 2021 gains: Stefano Utoikamanu (from Eels until 2023), Paul Momirovski (loan return from Storm), James Tamou (from Panthers until 2022), 2021 losses: Harry Grant (loan return to Storm), Chris Lawrence (retirement), Benji Marshall, Oliver Clark, Matt Eisenhuth, Elijah Taylor, Robert Jennings, Dylan Smith (all unsigned).
"The potential to play fullback again is exciting and for myself I'm excited to see where I can take my footy now.

View the latest NRL news and rumours for the South Sydney Rabbitohs and their players. "A lot of people misunderstood that signing Latrell would have an effect on Arrow – it doesn’t have any effect at all. Mature-age rookie Davey has already found a new home, signing a two-year deal with Manly.

Usually the quartet would have wait until they turned 18 before they could make their debut as per the NRL’s rules.
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The Rabbitohs haven't waited for Joseph Suaalii to commit before signing two of his 17-year-old teammates to lucrative NRL contracts. This is also known as Online Behavioural Advertising. Bennett acknowledged he faces "a hard decision" as to who makes way from his round one backline to accommodate Mitchell. Performance & security by Cloudflare, Please complete the security check to access.

Bennett added: "I'm sure in his preferred position of fullback, he's not going to have a struggle with making that pretty much his own. Latrell Mitchell joins South Sydney Rabbitohs. Capable of playing 80 minutes, the Waverley College student has also made all the representative teams as he climbed through the grades. A NOTE ABOUT RELEVANT ADVERTISING: We collect information about the content (including ads) you use across this site and use it to make both advertising and content more relevant to you on our network and other sites. The 2020 South Sydney Rabbitohs NRL Telstra Premiership draw, fixture, schedule, Canterbury Cup NSW draw
Adrian Proszenko is the Chief Rugby League Reporter for the Sydney Morning Herald. His initial response came after Brisbane chairman Karl Morris also said he would consider taking such a move to the club's board, but Bennett dismissed the notion in his weekly press conference as "speculative". As South Sydney captain-in-waiting Damien Cook noted with a laugh, the Rabbitohs have been linked with just about every available player since news of Sam Burgess’s retirement broke. Thank you Warrior #207 Nate Roache for all you have given during your time with the club, your hard work and tenacity is a true credit to you and your whanau. As reported by NRL.com on Tuesday, Johnston had fielded interest from Melbourne as a potential replacement for Josh Addo-Carr, only to knock the Storm's approach back. Here foxsports.com.au runs through the players yet to confirm where they’ll be playing in 2021. "And that discussion has never been had here. News that South Sydney local junior Alex Johnston is set to stay was met "with the most cheering and clapping I've heard for a long time" from the Redfern sheds according to Wayne Bennett. ... Bulldogs stun Rabbitohs, win third game of 2020… pic.twitter.com/r2k5sBvAZ6. The Sydney Morning Herald reports South Sydney have signed Suaalii’s SG Ball teammates Terrell Kalokalo and Davvy Moale on three-year deals that will … He will report to training with his new South Sydney teammates for the first time on Tuesday with an eventual shift to fullback on the cards. Both Mitchell and Bennett hinted at the fullback role that has long been desired by the 22-year-old, a scenario that has led to speculation over the futures of Dane Gagai and Alex Johnston. "I’ve had no discussion with anybody from Souths or Broncos or Queensland Rugby League - nobody. The red and green went down 20-16 at ANZ Stadium in front of … Another way to prevent getting this page in the future is to use Privacy Pass. Sports news, results and expert commentary delivered straight to your inbox each weekday.

Now the NRL has confirmed a top 30 squad will be in use for 2021, clubs can start making decisions on which players to offer new contracts.

The Eels have said goodbye to David Gower, Peni Terepo, Kane Evans, Jai Field, Stefano Utiokamanu, Andrew Davey, Rhys Davies, Jaeman Salmon and Brad Takairangi along with development players Watson Heleta and Kyle Schneider. Latrell Mitchell's South Sydney signing brings to an end one of the game's most public contract sagas, but not necessarily the Rabbitohs' bid to have Jai Arrow join him at Redfern in 2020. "We'll worry about that as we come along, but we certainly haven't given up hope on it.". It's believed he will stay at Redfern for below what he could have earned on the open market as one of the NRL's most prolific try-scorers. Shawn Blore (Wests Tigers), Jed Cartwright (South Sydney Rabbitohs), Kaide Ellis (released), James Tamou (Wests Tigers) Re-Signed Dylan Edwards (2022), Liam Martin (2023), Charlie Staines (2023), Brian To'o (2023) Off Contract 2020 Caleb Aekins, Dean Blore, J'Maine Hopgood, Tyrone May, Brayden McGrady, Malakai Watene-Zelezniak

2020 squad: John Bateman (2021), JJ Collins (2020), Nick Cotric (2020), Jarrod Croker (2024), Emre Guler (2021), Matt Frawley (2020), Siliva Havili (2020, PO 21), Josh Hodgson (2022), Corey Horsburgh (2022), Sebastian Kris (2020), Dunamis Lui (2021), Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad (2023), Michael Oldfield (2020), Josh Papalii (2024, PO 25), Curtis Scott (2023), Bailey Simonsson (2023), Harley Smith-Shields (2021), Sia Soliola (2021), Tom Starling (2022), Ryan Sutton (2022), Joe Tapine (2023), Semi Valemei (2021), Elliott Whitehead (2022), Jack Wighton (2024), George Williams (2022), Sam Williams (2021), Hudson Young (2021), Jordan Rapana (2020), Corey Harawira-Naera (2022), Kurt Baptiste (2020), 2021 gains: Harry Rushton (from Wigan until 2023), Ryan James (from Titans until 2022), 2021 losses: Nick Cotric (Bulldogs), John Bateman (Wigan), 2020 squad: Jake Averillo (2021), Dean Britt (2021), Christian Crichton (2021), Adam Elliott (2023), Raymond Faitala-Mariner (2022), Will Hopoate (2021), Josh Jackson (2023), Sione Katoa (2021), Lachlan Lewis (2021), Jeremy Marshall-King (2021), Nick Meaney (2021), Dylan Napa (2021), Ofahiki Ogden (2021), Jayden Okunbor (2021), Chris Smith (2021), Reimis Smith (2021), Joe Stimson (2022), Renouf To’omaga (2021), Brandon Wakeham (2022), Dallin Watene-Zelezniak (2022) Luke Thompson (from St Helens to 2023), 2021 gains: Nick Cotric (from Raiders until 2023), Blake Green (from Knights until 2021), Corey Waddell (from Sea Eagles until 2023), 2021 losses: Kerrod Holland (retirement) Kieran Foran (Sea Eagles), Aiden Tolman, Marcelo Montoya, Jack Cogger, Sauaso Sue, Tim Lafai, Isaiah Tass (all unsigned), 2020 squad: Blayke Brailey (2022), Jayson Bukuya (2020), Josh Dugan (2021), Andrew Fifita (2022), Wade Graham (2022), Braden Hamlin-Uele (2022), Mawene Hiroti (2020), Royce Hunt (2022), Shaun Johnson (2021), Sione Katoa (2023), William Kennedy (2021), Cameron King (2020), Billy Magoulias (2021), Kayleb Milne (2020), Matt Moylan (2021), Ronaldo Mulitalo (2023), Briton Nikora (2022), Jesse Ramien (2023), Toby Rudolf (2021), Scott Sorensen (2020), Cruz Topai-Aveai (2020), Chad Townsend (2023), Connor Tracey (2021), Brayden Trindall (2020), Jack Williams (2022), Teig Wilton (2023), Aaron Woods (2021), Bronson Xerri (2021), Nene Macdonald (2021), Bryson Goodwin (2020), Siosifa Talakai (2021), 2020 squad: Jai Arrow (2020), Tanah Boyd (2021), AJ Brimson (2022), Bryce Cartwright (2021), Erin Clark (2021), Dale Copley (2020), Anthony Don (2021), Darius Farmer (2021), Moeaki Fotuaika (2022), Beau Fermor (2022), Keegan Hipgrave (2020), Ryan James (2020), Jaimin Joliffe (2022), Brian Kelly (2021), Greg Leleisiuao (2021), Sam Lisone (2020), Tyrone Peachey (2021), Jonus Pearson (2021), Kevin Proctor (2021), Mitch Rein (2021), Phillip Sami (2022), Treymain Spry (2020, CO 21), Sam Stone (2020), Ash Taylor (2021), Jarrod Wallace (2022), Jai Whitbread (2021), Corey Thompson, Jamal Fogarty (2022), 2021 gains: Tino Fa’asuamaleaui (from Storm until 2023), Herman Ese’ese (from Knights until 2022), David Fifita (from Broncos until 2023) Patrick Herbert (from Warriors until 2021), 2021 losses: Jai Arrow (Rabbitohs), Ryan James (Raiders) Shannon Boyd (retired), Tyrone Roberts, Nathan Peats (unsigned), Kallum Watkins (released mid-season to Salford), 2020 squad: Morgan Boyle (2021), Daly Cherry-Evans (2023), Lachlan Croker (2021), Cade Cust (2022), Kieran Foran (2021), Manase Fainu (2023), Addin Fonua-Blake (2022), Tevita Funa (2021), Reuben Garrick (2021), Jack Gosiewski (2021), Morgan Harper (2022), Albert Hopoate (2020), Sean Keppie (2023), Luke Metcalf (2020), Haumole Olakau’ata (2021, CO 22), Brad Parker (2021), Taniela Paseka (2021), Josh Schuster (2021), Toafofoa Sipley (2021), Curtis Sironen (2021), Samuel Smith (2020), Moses Suli (2020), Jorge Taufua (2021), Martin Taupau (2022), Jake Trbojevic (2026), Tom Trbojevic (2026), Dylan Walker (2021), 2021 gains: Kieran Foran (from Bulldogs until 2021), Andrew Davey (from Eels until 2022), 2021 losses: Joel Thompson (St Helens), Corey Waddell (Bulldogs), Addin Fonua-Blake (Warriors), Danny Levi, Brendan Elliott, Tony Williams (all unsigned), 2020 squad: Josh Addo-Carr (2021), Nelson Asofa-Solomona (2023), Jesse Bromwich (2020, MO 21, 22), Kenny Bromwich (2022, PO 23), Sandor Earl (2020), Thomas Eisenhuth (2022), Tino Fa’asuamaleaui (2020), Dale Finucane (2021), Jahrome Hughes (2021), Nicho Hynes (2021), Ryley Jacks (2021), Cooper Johns (2020), Tui Kamikamica (2022, CO 23), Felise Kaufusi (2021, PO 22), Max King (2021), Brenko Lee (2020), Ricky Leutele (2020), Chris Lewis (2022) Isaac Lumelume (2021), Paul Momirovski (2020), Cameron Munster (2023), Justin Olam (2022), Ryan Papenhuyzen (2022), Aaron Pene (2021), Darryn Schonig (2021), (Marion Seve (2020), Brandon Smith (2022), Cameron Smith (2020), Albert Vete (2020, CO 21), Suliasi Vunivalu (2020), Christian Welch (2022), 2021 gains: Harry Grant (loan return from Tigers), Jack Howarth (upgraded), 2021 losses: Tino Fa’asuamaleaui (Titans), Paul Momirovski (loan return to Tigers), Suliasi Vunivalu (Super Rugby), 2020 squad: Mitchell Barnett (2020), Bradman Best (2022), Jayden Brailey (2022), Phoenix Crossland (2021), Herman Ese’ese (2020), Lachlan Fitzgibbon (2021), Tim Glasby (2021), Aidan Guerra (2020), Tex Hoy (2021), Hymel Hunt (2021), Brodie Jones (2020), Josh King (2020), David Klemmer (2023), Edrick Lee (2021), Mason Lino (2020), Kurt Mann (2021), Sione Mata’utia (2021), Andrew McCullough (2020) Tautau Moga (2020), Jirah Momoisea (2022), Mitchell Pearce (2021), Kalyn Ponga (2021, PO 22), Tyronne Roberts-Davis (2020), Daniel Saifiti (2022), Jacob Saifiti (2022), Pasami Saulo (2022), Gehamat Shibasaki (2022), Star To’a (2021), Enari Tuala (2021), Connor Watson (2020), Blake Green (2020), 2021 gains: Tyson Frizell (from Dragons until 2023), Dom Young (from Huddersfield until 2023), 2021 losses: Herman Ese’ese (Titans), Andrew McCullough (loan back to Broncos), Blake Green (Bulldogs), Aidan Guerra, Tim Glasby (retired), 2020 squad: John Asiata (2020), Jake Clifford (2021), Reuben Cotter (2020), Scott Drinkwater (2021), Mitchell Dunn (2022), Kyle Feldt (2024), Thomas Gilbert (2022), Jake Granville (2021), Ben Hampton (2020, PO 21), Coen Hess (2022), Peter Hola (2022), Valentine Holmes (2025), Corey Jensen (2020, PO 21), Connelly Lemuelu (2021), Esan Marsters (2022), Josh McGuire (2022), Jordan McLean (2020, PO 21, 22), Francis Molo (2021), Michael Morgan (2023), Justin O’Neill (2021), Tom Opacic (2020), Emry Pere (2021), Reece Robson (2023), Daniel Russell (2020), Tukimihia Simpkins (2020), Murray Taulagi (2021), Jason Taumalolo (2027), Shane Wright (2021), 2020 squad: Daniel Alvaro (2021), Waqa Blake (2023), Dylan Brown (2023), Nathan Brown (2020, PO 21), Reagan Campbell-Gillard (2022, PO 23, CO 24), Haze Dunster (2020), Blake Ferguson (2021), Clint Gutherson (2022), George Jennings (2020), Michael Jennings (2022), Oregon Kaufusi (2022), Shaun Lane (2023), Reed Mahoney (2022), Ryan Matterson (2021, PO 22), Mitchell Moses (2021, PO 22), Marata Niukore (2022), Junior Paulo (2022), Jordan Rankin (2021), Maika Sivo (2021), Will Smith (2020), Ray Stone (2020), 2021 losses: Stefano Utoikamanu (Tigers), Kane Evans (Warriors), David Gower, Peni Terepo, Jai Field, Andrew Davey, Rhys Davies, Jaeman Salmon, Brad Takairangi (all unsigned), 2020 squad: Caleb Aekins (2020), Dean Blore (2020), Shawn Blore (2020), William Burns (2022), Matt Burton (2021), Kurt Capewell (2021), Nathan Cleary (2024), Stephen Crichton (2020), Dylan Edwards (2022), Kaide Ellis (2020), James Fisher-Harris (2022), Jack Hetherington (2021), Mitch Kenny (2021), Viliame Kikau (2022), Apisai Koroisau (2022), Spencer Leniu (2021), Moses Leota (2022), Jarome Luai (2021), Josh Mansour (2021), Liam Martin (2023), Tyrone May (2020), Braydon McGrady (2020), Brent Naden (2021), Charlie Staines (2023) James Tamou (2020), Zane Tetevano (2021), Brian To’o (2023), Malakai Watene-Zelezniak (2020), Dean Whare (2021, MO 22), Isaah Yeo (2021), 2020 squad: Euan Aitken (2020), Eddie Blacker (2021), Billy Brittain (2020), Adam Clune (2022), Jack de Belin (2020), Matt Dufty (2021), Jackson Ford (2022), Tyson Frizell (2020), Tyrell Fuimaono (2021), Jacob Host (2020), Ben Hunt (2022, PO 23), Josh Kerr (2023), Blake Lawrie (2022), Zac Lomax (2025), Joe Lovodua (2020), Cameron McInnes (2021), Trent Merrin (2021), Corey Norman (2021), Jordan Pereira (2021), Mikaele Ravalawa (2023), Jason Saab (2022), Tristan Sailor (2020), Korbin Sims (2021), Tariq Sims (2022), Paul Vaughan (2021, PO 22), Brayden Wiliame (2021), Kaide Ellis (2020), 2021 losses: Tyson Frizell (Knights), Euan Aitken (Warriors), Jacob Host, Tristan Sailor, Joe Lovodua (all unsigned), 2020 squad: Corey Allan (2021), Tom Amone (2020), Tom Burgess (2023), Braidon Burns (2021), Jed Cartwright (2023), Damien Cook (2023), Joshua Cook (2021), Troy Dargan (2021), Cory Denniss (2020), Kurt Dillon (2020), Dane Gagai (2021), Campbell Graham (2024), Dean Hawkins (2021), Alex Johnston (2020), Liam Knight (2023), Keaon Kolomatangi (2021), Ethan Lowe (2021), Patrick Mago (2020), Steven Marsters (2021), Latrell Mitchell (2021), Cameron Murray (2021), Mark Nicholls (2021), Adam Reynolds (2021), James Roberts (2021), Ky Rodwell (2020), Hame Sele (2023), Bayley Sironen (2021), Jaydn Su’A (2021), Tevita Tatola (2021), Cody Walker (2022), 2021 gains: Jai Arrow (from Titans until 2024), 2020 squad: Mitchell Aubusson (2020), Fletcher Baker (2021), Egan Butcher (2021), Nat Butcher (2022), Lindsay Collins (2022), Boyd Cordner (2023), Angus Crichton (2021), Poasa Faamausili (2022), Kyle Flanagan (2021), Jake Friend (2020), Ryan Hall (2020, MO 21), Drew Hutchison (2020), Matt Ikuvalu (2020), Luke Keary (2024), Lachlan Lam (2020), Isaac Liu (2021), Joseph Manu (2022), Brett Morris (2020), Josh Morris (2020), Victor Radley (2023), Billy Smith (2021), Daniel Suluka-Fifita (2022), Siosiua Taukeiaho (2022), James Tedesco (2021), Christian Tuipulotu (2021), Daniel Tupou (2021), Sitili Tupouniua (2021), Sam Verrills (2021), Jared Waerea-Hargreaves (2023), Sonny Bill Williams (2020), 2020 squad: Bunty Afoa (2021), Leeson Ah Mau (2021), Adam Blair (2020), Lachlan Burr (2020), Josh Curran (2021), Wayde Egan (2022), David Fusitu’a (2023), Tohu Harris (2021), Chanel Harris-Tavita (2022), Peta Hiku (2021), Patrick Herbert (2020), Eliesa Katoa (2021), Karl Lawton (2021), Ken Maumalo (2022), Taane Milne (2020), Jack Murchie (2021) Kodi Nikorima (2021, PO 22), Agnatius Paasi (2022), Hayze Perham (2021), Adam Pompey (2021), Jamayne Taunoa-Brown (2022), Jazz Tevaga (2021), Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (2022), 2021 gains: Kane Evans (from Eels until 2022) Ben Murdoch-Masila (from Warrington until 2023), Euan Aitken (from Dragons until 2023), Addin Fonua-Blake (from Sea Eagles until 2024), 2021 losses: Adam Blair (retirement), Patrick Herbert (Titans) Gerald Beale, Lachlan Burr, Nathaniel Roache, Leivaha Pulu, King Vuniyayawa, Adam Keighran, Isaiah Papali’i (all unsigned), 2020 squad: Josh Aloiai (2021), Shawn Blore (2021) Luke Brooks (2023), Michael Chee-Kam (2021), Adam Doueihi (2023), Luke Garner (2022), Joey Leilua (2022), Luciano Leilua (2022), Jacob Liddle (2021), Moses Mbye (2022), Sam McIntyre (2020), Thomas Mikaele (2021), Zane Musgrove (2021), David Nofoaluma (2021), Russell Packer (2021), Josh Reynolds (2021), Alex Seyfarth (2020), Tommy Talau (2022), Alex Twal (2022), Billy Walters (2021), Shawn Blore (2021), Asu Kepaoa (2023), 2021 gains: Stefano Utoikamanu (from Eels until 2023), Paul Momirovski (loan return from Storm), James Tamou (from Panthers until 2022), 2021 losses: Harry Grant (loan return to Storm), Chris Lawrence (retirement), Benji Marshall, Oliver Clark, Matt Eisenhuth, Elijah Taylor, Robert Jennings, Dylan Smith (all unsigned).
"The potential to play fullback again is exciting and for myself I'm excited to see where I can take my footy now.

View the latest NRL news and rumours for the South Sydney Rabbitohs and their players. "A lot of people misunderstood that signing Latrell would have an effect on Arrow – it doesn’t have any effect at all. Mature-age rookie Davey has already found a new home, signing a two-year deal with Manly.

Usually the quartet would have wait until they turned 18 before they could make their debut as per the NRL’s rules.
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The Rabbitohs officially announced on Wednesday afternoon that Johnston would be staying after agreeing to a two-year extension. Moale is a promising prop who has been compared to Payne Haas. "I've always come up as a fullback, I was never a centre. The new deal is a significant boost for both club and player given the 25-year-old's popularity with the Rabbitohs faithful having scored 97 tries from 138 NRL outings. This comes after he had earlier this season been told the club could not afford to keep him due to salary cap pressures. Terrell Kalokalo with Jarryd Hayne after he won the NSWRL under 16s player of the year. Completing the CAPTCHA proves you are a human and gives you temporary access to the web property.

The Rabbitohs haven't waited for Joseph Suaalii to commit before signing two of his 17-year-old teammates to lucrative NRL contracts. This is also known as Online Behavioural Advertising. Bennett acknowledged he faces "a hard decision" as to who makes way from his round one backline to accommodate Mitchell. Performance & security by Cloudflare, Please complete the security check to access.

Bennett added: "I'm sure in his preferred position of fullback, he's not going to have a struggle with making that pretty much his own. Latrell Mitchell joins South Sydney Rabbitohs. Capable of playing 80 minutes, the Waverley College student has also made all the representative teams as he climbed through the grades. A NOTE ABOUT RELEVANT ADVERTISING: We collect information about the content (including ads) you use across this site and use it to make both advertising and content more relevant to you on our network and other sites. The 2020 South Sydney Rabbitohs NRL Telstra Premiership draw, fixture, schedule, Canterbury Cup NSW draw
Adrian Proszenko is the Chief Rugby League Reporter for the Sydney Morning Herald. His initial response came after Brisbane chairman Karl Morris also said he would consider taking such a move to the club's board, but Bennett dismissed the notion in his weekly press conference as "speculative". As South Sydney captain-in-waiting Damien Cook noted with a laugh, the Rabbitohs have been linked with just about every available player since news of Sam Burgess’s retirement broke. Thank you Warrior #207 Nate Roache for all you have given during your time with the club, your hard work and tenacity is a true credit to you and your whanau. As reported by NRL.com on Tuesday, Johnston had fielded interest from Melbourne as a potential replacement for Josh Addo-Carr, only to knock the Storm's approach back. Here foxsports.com.au runs through the players yet to confirm where they’ll be playing in 2021. "And that discussion has never been had here. News that South Sydney local junior Alex Johnston is set to stay was met "with the most cheering and clapping I've heard for a long time" from the Redfern sheds according to Wayne Bennett. ... Bulldogs stun Rabbitohs, win third game of 2020… pic.twitter.com/r2k5sBvAZ6. The Sydney Morning Herald reports South Sydney have signed Suaalii’s SG Ball teammates Terrell Kalokalo and Davvy Moale on three-year deals that will … He will report to training with his new South Sydney teammates for the first time on Tuesday with an eventual shift to fullback on the cards. Both Mitchell and Bennett hinted at the fullback role that has long been desired by the 22-year-old, a scenario that has led to speculation over the futures of Dane Gagai and Alex Johnston. "I’ve had no discussion with anybody from Souths or Broncos or Queensland Rugby League - nobody. The red and green went down 20-16 at ANZ Stadium in front of … Another way to prevent getting this page in the future is to use Privacy Pass. Sports news, results and expert commentary delivered straight to your inbox each weekday.

Now the NRL has confirmed a top 30 squad will be in use for 2021, clubs can start making decisions on which players to offer new contracts.

The Eels have said goodbye to David Gower, Peni Terepo, Kane Evans, Jai Field, Stefano Utiokamanu, Andrew Davey, Rhys Davies, Jaeman Salmon and Brad Takairangi along with development players Watson Heleta and Kyle Schneider. Latrell Mitchell's South Sydney signing brings to an end one of the game's most public contract sagas, but not necessarily the Rabbitohs' bid to have Jai Arrow join him at Redfern in 2020. "We'll worry about that as we come along, but we certainly haven't given up hope on it.". It's believed he will stay at Redfern for below what he could have earned on the open market as one of the NRL's most prolific try-scorers. Shawn Blore (Wests Tigers), Jed Cartwright (South Sydney Rabbitohs), Kaide Ellis (released), James Tamou (Wests Tigers) Re-Signed Dylan Edwards (2022), Liam Martin (2023), Charlie Staines (2023), Brian To'o (2023) Off Contract 2020 Caleb Aekins, Dean Blore, J'Maine Hopgood, Tyrone May, Brayden McGrady, Malakai Watene-Zelezniak

2020 squad: John Bateman (2021), JJ Collins (2020), Nick Cotric (2020), Jarrod Croker (2024), Emre Guler (2021), Matt Frawley (2020), Siliva Havili (2020, PO 21), Josh Hodgson (2022), Corey Horsburgh (2022), Sebastian Kris (2020), Dunamis Lui (2021), Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad (2023), Michael Oldfield (2020), Josh Papalii (2024, PO 25), Curtis Scott (2023), Bailey Simonsson (2023), Harley Smith-Shields (2021), Sia Soliola (2021), Tom Starling (2022), Ryan Sutton (2022), Joe Tapine (2023), Semi Valemei (2021), Elliott Whitehead (2022), Jack Wighton (2024), George Williams (2022), Sam Williams (2021), Hudson Young (2021), Jordan Rapana (2020), Corey Harawira-Naera (2022), Kurt Baptiste (2020), 2021 gains: Harry Rushton (from Wigan until 2023), Ryan James (from Titans until 2022), 2021 losses: Nick Cotric (Bulldogs), John Bateman (Wigan), 2020 squad: Jake Averillo (2021), Dean Britt (2021), Christian Crichton (2021), Adam Elliott (2023), Raymond Faitala-Mariner (2022), Will Hopoate (2021), Josh Jackson (2023), Sione Katoa (2021), Lachlan Lewis (2021), Jeremy Marshall-King (2021), Nick Meaney (2021), Dylan Napa (2021), Ofahiki Ogden (2021), Jayden Okunbor (2021), Chris Smith (2021), Reimis Smith (2021), Joe Stimson (2022), Renouf To’omaga (2021), Brandon Wakeham (2022), Dallin Watene-Zelezniak (2022) Luke Thompson (from St Helens to 2023), 2021 gains: Nick Cotric (from Raiders until 2023), Blake Green (from Knights until 2021), Corey Waddell (from Sea Eagles until 2023), 2021 losses: Kerrod Holland (retirement) Kieran Foran (Sea Eagles), Aiden Tolman, Marcelo Montoya, Jack Cogger, Sauaso Sue, Tim Lafai, Isaiah Tass (all unsigned), 2020 squad: Blayke Brailey (2022), Jayson Bukuya (2020), Josh Dugan (2021), Andrew Fifita (2022), Wade Graham (2022), Braden Hamlin-Uele (2022), Mawene Hiroti (2020), Royce Hunt (2022), Shaun Johnson (2021), Sione Katoa (2023), William Kennedy (2021), Cameron King (2020), Billy Magoulias (2021), Kayleb Milne (2020), Matt Moylan (2021), Ronaldo Mulitalo (2023), Briton Nikora (2022), Jesse Ramien (2023), Toby Rudolf (2021), Scott Sorensen (2020), Cruz Topai-Aveai (2020), Chad Townsend (2023), Connor Tracey (2021), Brayden Trindall (2020), Jack Williams (2022), Teig Wilton (2023), Aaron Woods (2021), Bronson Xerri (2021), Nene Macdonald (2021), Bryson Goodwin (2020), Siosifa Talakai (2021), 2020 squad: Jai Arrow (2020), Tanah Boyd (2021), AJ Brimson (2022), Bryce Cartwright (2021), Erin Clark (2021), Dale Copley (2020), Anthony Don (2021), Darius Farmer (2021), Moeaki Fotuaika (2022), Beau Fermor (2022), Keegan Hipgrave (2020), Ryan James (2020), Jaimin Joliffe (2022), Brian Kelly (2021), Greg Leleisiuao (2021), Sam Lisone (2020), Tyrone Peachey (2021), Jonus Pearson (2021), Kevin Proctor (2021), Mitch Rein (2021), Phillip Sami (2022), Treymain Spry (2020, CO 21), Sam Stone (2020), Ash Taylor (2021), Jarrod Wallace (2022), Jai Whitbread (2021), Corey Thompson, Jamal Fogarty (2022), 2021 gains: Tino Fa’asuamaleaui (from Storm until 2023), Herman Ese’ese (from Knights until 2022), David Fifita (from Broncos until 2023) Patrick Herbert (from Warriors until 2021), 2021 losses: Jai Arrow (Rabbitohs), Ryan James (Raiders) Shannon Boyd (retired), Tyrone Roberts, Nathan Peats (unsigned), Kallum Watkins (released mid-season to Salford), 2020 squad: Morgan Boyle (2021), Daly Cherry-Evans (2023), Lachlan Croker (2021), Cade Cust (2022), Kieran Foran (2021), Manase Fainu (2023), Addin Fonua-Blake (2022), Tevita Funa (2021), Reuben Garrick (2021), Jack Gosiewski (2021), Morgan Harper (2022), Albert Hopoate (2020), Sean Keppie (2023), Luke Metcalf (2020), Haumole Olakau’ata (2021, CO 22), Brad Parker (2021), Taniela Paseka (2021), Josh Schuster (2021), Toafofoa Sipley (2021), Curtis Sironen (2021), Samuel Smith (2020), Moses Suli (2020), Jorge Taufua (2021), Martin Taupau (2022), Jake Trbojevic (2026), Tom Trbojevic (2026), Dylan Walker (2021), 2021 gains: Kieran Foran (from Bulldogs until 2021), Andrew Davey (from Eels until 2022), 2021 losses: Joel Thompson (St Helens), Corey Waddell (Bulldogs), Addin Fonua-Blake (Warriors), Danny Levi, Brendan Elliott, Tony Williams (all unsigned), 2020 squad: Josh Addo-Carr (2021), Nelson Asofa-Solomona (2023), Jesse Bromwich (2020, MO 21, 22), Kenny Bromwich (2022, PO 23), Sandor Earl (2020), Thomas Eisenhuth (2022), Tino Fa’asuamaleaui (2020), Dale Finucane (2021), Jahrome Hughes (2021), Nicho Hynes (2021), Ryley Jacks (2021), Cooper Johns (2020), Tui Kamikamica (2022, CO 23), Felise Kaufusi (2021, PO 22), Max King (2021), Brenko Lee (2020), Ricky Leutele (2020), Chris Lewis (2022) Isaac Lumelume (2021), Paul Momirovski (2020), Cameron Munster (2023), Justin Olam (2022), Ryan Papenhuyzen (2022), Aaron Pene (2021), Darryn Schonig (2021), (Marion Seve (2020), Brandon Smith (2022), Cameron Smith (2020), Albert Vete (2020, CO 21), Suliasi Vunivalu (2020), Christian Welch (2022), 2021 gains: Harry Grant (loan return from Tigers), Jack Howarth (upgraded), 2021 losses: Tino Fa’asuamaleaui (Titans), Paul Momirovski (loan return to Tigers), Suliasi Vunivalu (Super Rugby), 2020 squad: Mitchell Barnett (2020), Bradman Best (2022), Jayden Brailey (2022), Phoenix Crossland (2021), Herman Ese’ese (2020), Lachlan Fitzgibbon (2021), Tim Glasby (2021), Aidan Guerra (2020), Tex Hoy (2021), Hymel Hunt (2021), Brodie Jones (2020), Josh King (2020), David Klemmer (2023), Edrick Lee (2021), Mason Lino (2020), Kurt Mann (2021), Sione Mata’utia (2021), Andrew McCullough (2020) Tautau Moga (2020), Jirah Momoisea (2022), Mitchell Pearce (2021), Kalyn Ponga (2021, PO 22), Tyronne Roberts-Davis (2020), Daniel Saifiti (2022), Jacob Saifiti (2022), Pasami Saulo (2022), Gehamat Shibasaki (2022), Star To’a (2021), Enari Tuala (2021), Connor Watson (2020), Blake Green (2020), 2021 gains: Tyson Frizell (from Dragons until 2023), Dom Young (from Huddersfield until 2023), 2021 losses: Herman Ese’ese (Titans), Andrew McCullough (loan back to Broncos), Blake Green (Bulldogs), Aidan Guerra, Tim Glasby (retired), 2020 squad: John Asiata (2020), Jake Clifford (2021), Reuben Cotter (2020), Scott Drinkwater (2021), Mitchell Dunn (2022), Kyle Feldt (2024), Thomas Gilbert (2022), Jake Granville (2021), Ben Hampton (2020, PO 21), Coen Hess (2022), Peter Hola (2022), Valentine Holmes (2025), Corey Jensen (2020, PO 21), Connelly Lemuelu (2021), Esan Marsters (2022), Josh McGuire (2022), Jordan McLean (2020, PO 21, 22), Francis Molo (2021), Michael Morgan (2023), Justin O’Neill (2021), Tom Opacic (2020), Emry Pere (2021), Reece Robson (2023), Daniel Russell (2020), Tukimihia Simpkins (2020), Murray Taulagi (2021), Jason Taumalolo (2027), Shane Wright (2021), 2020 squad: Daniel Alvaro (2021), Waqa Blake (2023), Dylan Brown (2023), Nathan Brown (2020, PO 21), Reagan Campbell-Gillard (2022, PO 23, CO 24), Haze Dunster (2020), Blake Ferguson (2021), Clint Gutherson (2022), George Jennings (2020), Michael Jennings (2022), Oregon Kaufusi (2022), Shaun Lane (2023), Reed Mahoney (2022), Ryan Matterson (2021, PO 22), Mitchell Moses (2021, PO 22), Marata Niukore (2022), Junior Paulo (2022), Jordan Rankin (2021), Maika Sivo (2021), Will Smith (2020), Ray Stone (2020), 2021 losses: Stefano Utoikamanu (Tigers), Kane Evans (Warriors), David Gower, Peni Terepo, Jai Field, Andrew Davey, Rhys Davies, Jaeman Salmon, Brad Takairangi (all unsigned), 2020 squad: Caleb Aekins (2020), Dean Blore (2020), Shawn Blore (2020), William Burns (2022), Matt Burton (2021), Kurt Capewell (2021), Nathan Cleary (2024), Stephen Crichton (2020), Dylan Edwards (2022), Kaide Ellis (2020), James Fisher-Harris (2022), Jack Hetherington (2021), Mitch Kenny (2021), Viliame Kikau (2022), Apisai Koroisau (2022), Spencer Leniu (2021), Moses Leota (2022), Jarome Luai (2021), Josh Mansour (2021), Liam Martin (2023), Tyrone May (2020), Braydon McGrady (2020), Brent Naden (2021), Charlie Staines (2023) James Tamou (2020), Zane Tetevano (2021), Brian To’o (2023), Malakai Watene-Zelezniak (2020), Dean Whare (2021, MO 22), Isaah Yeo (2021), 2020 squad: Euan Aitken (2020), Eddie Blacker (2021), Billy Brittain (2020), Adam Clune (2022), Jack de Belin (2020), Matt Dufty (2021), Jackson Ford (2022), Tyson Frizell (2020), Tyrell Fuimaono (2021), Jacob Host (2020), Ben Hunt (2022, PO 23), Josh Kerr (2023), Blake Lawrie (2022), Zac Lomax (2025), Joe Lovodua (2020), Cameron McInnes (2021), Trent Merrin (2021), Corey Norman (2021), Jordan Pereira (2021), Mikaele Ravalawa (2023), Jason Saab (2022), Tristan Sailor (2020), Korbin Sims (2021), Tariq Sims (2022), Paul Vaughan (2021, PO 22), Brayden Wiliame (2021), Kaide Ellis (2020), 2021 losses: Tyson Frizell (Knights), Euan Aitken (Warriors), Jacob Host, Tristan Sailor, Joe Lovodua (all unsigned), 2020 squad: Corey Allan (2021), Tom Amone (2020), Tom Burgess (2023), Braidon Burns (2021), Jed Cartwright (2023), Damien Cook (2023), Joshua Cook (2021), Troy Dargan (2021), Cory Denniss (2020), Kurt Dillon (2020), Dane Gagai (2021), Campbell Graham (2024), Dean Hawkins (2021), Alex Johnston (2020), Liam Knight (2023), Keaon Kolomatangi (2021), Ethan Lowe (2021), Patrick Mago (2020), Steven Marsters (2021), Latrell Mitchell (2021), Cameron Murray (2021), Mark Nicholls (2021), Adam Reynolds (2021), James Roberts (2021), Ky Rodwell (2020), Hame Sele (2023), Bayley Sironen (2021), Jaydn Su’A (2021), Tevita Tatola (2021), Cody Walker (2022), 2021 gains: Jai Arrow (from Titans until 2024), 2020 squad: Mitchell Aubusson (2020), Fletcher Baker (2021), Egan Butcher (2021), Nat Butcher (2022), Lindsay Collins (2022), Boyd Cordner (2023), Angus Crichton (2021), Poasa Faamausili (2022), Kyle Flanagan (2021), Jake Friend (2020), Ryan Hall (2020, MO 21), Drew Hutchison (2020), Matt Ikuvalu (2020), Luke Keary (2024), Lachlan Lam (2020), Isaac Liu (2021), Joseph Manu (2022), Brett Morris (2020), Josh Morris (2020), Victor Radley (2023), Billy Smith (2021), Daniel Suluka-Fifita (2022), Siosiua Taukeiaho (2022), James Tedesco (2021), Christian Tuipulotu (2021), Daniel Tupou (2021), Sitili Tupouniua (2021), Sam Verrills (2021), Jared Waerea-Hargreaves (2023), Sonny Bill Williams (2020), 2020 squad: Bunty Afoa (2021), Leeson Ah Mau (2021), Adam Blair (2020), Lachlan Burr (2020), Josh Curran (2021), Wayde Egan (2022), David Fusitu’a (2023), Tohu Harris (2021), Chanel Harris-Tavita (2022), Peta Hiku (2021), Patrick Herbert (2020), Eliesa Katoa (2021), Karl Lawton (2021), Ken Maumalo (2022), Taane Milne (2020), Jack Murchie (2021) Kodi Nikorima (2021, PO 22), Agnatius Paasi (2022), Hayze Perham (2021), Adam Pompey (2021), Jamayne Taunoa-Brown (2022), Jazz Tevaga (2021), Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (2022), 2021 gains: Kane Evans (from Eels until 2022) Ben Murdoch-Masila (from Warrington until 2023), Euan Aitken (from Dragons until 2023), Addin Fonua-Blake (from Sea Eagles until 2024), 2021 losses: Adam Blair (retirement), Patrick Herbert (Titans) Gerald Beale, Lachlan Burr, Nathaniel Roache, Leivaha Pulu, King Vuniyayawa, Adam Keighran, Isaiah Papali’i (all unsigned), 2020 squad: Josh Aloiai (2021), Shawn Blore (2021) Luke Brooks (2023), Michael Chee-Kam (2021), Adam Doueihi (2023), Luke Garner (2022), Joey Leilua (2022), Luciano Leilua (2022), Jacob Liddle (2021), Moses Mbye (2022), Sam McIntyre (2020), Thomas Mikaele (2021), Zane Musgrove (2021), David Nofoaluma (2021), Russell Packer (2021), Josh Reynolds (2021), Alex Seyfarth (2020), Tommy Talau (2022), Alex Twal (2022), Billy Walters (2021), Shawn Blore (2021), Asu Kepaoa (2023), 2021 gains: Stefano Utoikamanu (from Eels until 2023), Paul Momirovski (loan return from Storm), James Tamou (from Panthers until 2022), 2021 losses: Harry Grant (loan return to Storm), Chris Lawrence (retirement), Benji Marshall, Oliver Clark, Matt Eisenhuth, Elijah Taylor, Robert Jennings, Dylan Smith (all unsigned).
"The potential to play fullback again is exciting and for myself I'm excited to see where I can take my footy now.

View the latest NRL news and rumours for the South Sydney Rabbitohs and their players. "A lot of people misunderstood that signing Latrell would have an effect on Arrow – it doesn’t have any effect at all. Mature-age rookie Davey has already found a new home, signing a two-year deal with Manly.

Usually the quartet would have wait until they turned 18 before they could make their debut as per the NRL’s rules.

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