Discussion in 'The Cesspit: Rugby League Discussion' started by Julian, Apr 7, 2009.
Is this O'Sullivan guy any good? Broncos apparently trying to get him from the Roosters.
Isn't that the guy that helped build the Storm empire?
I think Lodge married his sister.
Different O'Sullivan haha, that one is banned. Alec is talking about the Roosters reserve grade half.
Well, I guess I just hope he isn't shit like Dargan was if he does come.
He isn't banned anymore he's at the Warriors.
Sean is his son.
I had no idea about either of those things. I think I remember hearing something about him getting unbanned now that you mention it, but I had no idea that it was his son. ITSTL.
Whatever you do, don't let him take your short drop outs.
He's pretty much been on fire since the moment you made this comment.
AJ Brimson is uncontracted next season, would rate Souths signing him and piss Johnston off back to the wing reckon you'd get him for not a huge sum and he'd kill it in the Souths structure.
He won't leave IMO. Saw him a month or so ago talking about how he wants to play there for life, he's probably just about to sign a five year deal or something.
This article has him contracted until the end of 2020
I was going off zero tackle so not most reputable source
Glad we signed Burgess for 4 years, don't think he will be the dominant force he is now by the last year of the deal but I don't see him being unable to mix it through the middle third either. He will just be less dynamic by that point.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs have signed prop Kurt Dillon from Cronulla and utility Bayley Sironen from the Wests Tigers.
Dillon has signed on through to the end of the 2020 season with Sironen signing a one-year deal for 2019.
The Rabbitohs have also announced the re-signings of Tevita 'Junior' Tatola, Mark Nicholls and Jacob Gagan for 2019, and a new five-year deal for star forward Sam Burgess keeping him at Souths until 2023.
Panthers forward Corey Harawira-Naera will switch to Canterbury next season on a four-year deal, while Canterbury have confirmed half Matt Frawley and forwards Asipeli Fine and Clay Priestwill not be re-signed for 2019.
Fine is currently exploring interest from Super League while Frawley remains hopeful of landing a start at a rival NRL outfit.
The trio will be farewelled alongside fellow departees Brett and Josh Morris (Roosters and Sharks respectively) and Greg Eastwood at the Bulldogs final home game against Cronulla on Sunday.
Meanwhile Broncos coach Wayne Bennett has confirmed centre Tom Opacic will be released to join the Cowboys next season, while Wests Tigers are set to announce the signing of up-and-coming Roosters outside back Paul Momirovski for next season, with the NSW junior representative moving to Concord on a two-year deal from 2019. ''
Looks like Tigers have signed Ryan Matterson.
Dissapointed to see him leave as I think he will become a real value for money player but understandable given Radley and Liu are the clear choices to share the lock rotation next year.
That'll open enough cap space now for you guys to sign Sonny Bill.
I'm happy with Matterson. Shame we signed Reynolds to such a shithouse contract.
Any announcement yet on when that porch light is getting switched back on?
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