July 12, 2024

The 2023 grand finalists signed veteran flyer Corey Oates to a one-year contract extension, meaning he will play for the Broncos for a record 12 seasons.

NRL contract news: Broncos veteran Corey Oates officially signs one-year  extension | Sporting News Australia

Oates played his first NRL game for Brisbane against the Storm in Round 17 of the 2013 season. He went on to play in 201 NRL games, including the grand final in 2015.

With 118 tries, the 29-year-old is fourth on the Broncos’ all-time try-scoring list, behind only Michael Hancock, Darren Lockyer, and Steve Renouf.

“I’ll be trying to prove to myself that I’ve still got it and to show the coaches that I’ve still got it as well,” Oates stated.

“I’ve never felt better in my career; last year’s injuries were just the result of unfortunate circumstances and poor timing. I still have a lot of faith that I can return this year, attack the opposition, and play excellent football.”

Charlie Staines, a winger for the Wests Tigers, inked a new two-year contract that will last until the end of the 2025 campaign.

After 39 games and a championship with the Panthers, Staines signed with the Tigers in 2023; however, injuries

“My first season here was challenging due to a ruptured colon, but the club provided me with incredible support during that period,” Staines remarked.

“I want to start the next season strong and build on my success from the previous one.”

In the meantime, Matt Moylan, who was released from the last year of his contract with Cronulla to sign with the Leigh Leopards, will immediately move to Super League in 2024.

derailed his season.

After making his debut in 2013, Moylan—a Test and Origin representative—played 102 games for the Sharks and 89 games for the Panthers. He’ll sign a two-year contract with the Leopards that will keep him with the team through the end of 2025.

“Matt is an elite athlete whose resume speaks for itself. I’ve talked to a lot of people, and they all agree that he’s an amazing guy who leads by example on the field. “He’s a highly skilled player who works incredibly hard and is a great professional,” Leigh head of rugby Chris Chester said.

“It’s fantastic for our town and a huge statement of intent from the club.” Our club has greatly benefited from luring a premier halfback from the NRL.”

International Siua Wong of the Sydney Roosters has agreed to a two-year contract extension that will keep him with the team through at least the end of the 2026 campaign.

Broncos winger Corey Oates on the club's improving form, his future

Wong, the first player to graduate from the Sydney Roosters Academy to the NRL, joined the Roosters at the age of 14. He completed an incredible 2023 season by being selected for Tonga in the historic series against England.

 

Treymain Spry, an outside back, and the Titans have mutually parted ways. In addition, the Wests Tigers have released Triston Reilly and Brandon Webster-Mansfield from their final year of contracts.

Rising forward Hohepa Puru has re-signed with the Raiders through 2024, with an option to extend through 2025. After a successful year at the NSW Cup, Puru made his NRL debut in the 2023 season’s penultimate round.

Tepai Moeroa, Grant Anderson, and Dean Ieremia, three players from Melbourne, have signed new one-year contracts that will keep them at AAMI Park through at least the end of 2024.

Four new players have joined the Bulldogs for the 2024 Telstra Premiership season, strengthening their roster.

The utility Kurt Mann, hooker Jake Turpin, forward Poasa Faamausili, and veteran Drew Hutchison have all agreed to two-year contracts with Canterbury-Bankstown, which will run through the end of 2025.

After requesting a release on compassionate grounds during the final three years of his contract, Addin Fonua-Blake was granted confirmation by the Warriors that he will stay with the team until 2024. A deal has been reached, according to CEO Cameron George, for Fonua-Blake to stay with the Warriors through the 2024 campaign while evaluating his personal situation for 2025 and beyond.

Official NRL rosters for 2024
The NRL Telstra Premiership 2024 rosters have been updated and are listed below. The complete list includes contract durations along with player, club, and mutual options.

 

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