Latest; Seyfarth, Has Sign Huge deal….

Alex Seyfarth, the prop for the Wests Tigers, has agreed to a new contract that will keep him in Concord through at least the conclusion of the 2025 campaign.

Since making his NRL debut early in 2020, the 24-year-old has participated in 47 games. He expressed excitement about “having a strong pre-season and being injury-free.”

“This time last year I was still recovering from pec surgery, so it will be good to hit the ground running,” he stated.

Keaon Koloamatangi, a forward, has been extended by the Rabbitohs for a another two seasons, till the end of 2026.

The 25-year-old Tongan international made his first-grade debut in 2020 and has since participated in 82 NRL games for the Rabbitohs.

The junior Mascot Jets player, who played in Origin III for New South Wales, stated that his goal is to win a premiership with South Sydney prior to retiring.

Koloamatangi stated, “We had a little bit to think about going into November 1 and I wanted to get something done with the club before then.”

There is a strong conviction that we can win competitions here. I didn’t want to go and discard all of the hard work we’ve done together as well as the hard work ahead of us because we’ve become quite close in recent years. My DNA isn’t like that.

“I want to win at least one competition here before I retire, and the Rabbitohs are always at the forefront of my mind.”

In addition, Wests Tigers extended the contract of longtime supporter Alex Twal by three more years, extending it through at least the end of the 2027 campaign.

The 27-year-old prop played 124 first-grade games in seven seasons after making his NRL debut with the Concord club in 2017.

In Round 16, against the Storm, the Lebanon international broke a 115-game try-scoring drought by crossing for his maiden NRL try, setting up one of the season’s highlights for the Wests Tigers.

Twal remarked, “I’m just so happy to extend my stay long-term because this club means so much to me.”

“As a squad and a club, we still have a lot of goals to accomplish, and as a player, I have too. In a few weeks, I can’t wait to finish 2023 and go headfirst into preseason training.

Twal’s signing follows the team’s decision to extend star centre Starford To’a’s contract through the conclusion of the 2026 campaign.

To’a, who joined the Wests Tigers from the Knights in 2022, has played 39 games in his two seasons there. He has been included in the Tonga squad that will travel England for an unprecedented three Test series.

Tony Francis, a young flyer for the Titans, has committed to the Gold Coast for two more seasons and will join the top 30 roster in 2024.

In 2023, the 20-year-old, who has not yet made his NRL debut, had a great season with the Burleigh Bears, scoring 21 tries in 22 games, including a hat-trick in the Hostplus Cup grand final.

When the young forwards return to preseason training in November, the Titans have also added Ryan Foran, Josiah Pahulu, and Iszac Fa’asuamaleaui to their roster of 30 players.

This comes after rookie forward Jacob Alick’s 2024 season was extended by the club through the activation of their club option.

In his maiden season in first grade, the 23-year-old PNG representative participated in four games as an interchange forward, doing well enough to secure a spot in Des Hasler’s team for the following year.

Brayden Wiliame, the centre for the Warriors, has announced his retirement following a season marred by injuries.

The 30-year-old former Fiji international opted to end his 10-year NRL career after just two games this season. He still had one season left on his two-year contract.

The Dolphins have signed prolific winger Jamayne Isaako to a new contract that will keep him with the team through at least the conclusion of the 2026 campaign.

As the first player to do so since Mal Meninga in 1990, Isaako led the Telstra Premiership in tries and points scored in 2023. As a result, he was named to the Dally M Team of the Year.

Terry Reader, the chief executive of the Dolphins, stated that the 26-year-old’s new deal was a worthy incentive for him. The Kiwis will be facing off against the Dolphins in the Pacific Championships this month.


“Jamayne could simply have not played any better in 2023,” Reader said.

“Jamieson has become an elite player in the competition thanks to his dedicatio

Official Lists of Squads
The following are the updated NRL Telstra Premiership rosters for the 2023 season; the final salary update will be confirmed after the first Monday in August.

The complete list of contract durations, player, club, and mutual options can be found below.

Player option (PO): The player can choose to activate one or more extra years.
Club option (CO): Club may elect to activate one or more extra years.
Mutual option (MO): The option to activate an extra year or years is discussed by both parties.

n and desire to be the best he can.”


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