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The in's and Out's of Superleague Fri Jan 08, 2021 8:12 am  

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CASTLEFORD TIGERS
INS: Lewis Bienek (Hull FC), Niall Evalds (Salford Red Devils), Suaia Matagi (Huddersfield Giants – Loan), Gareth O’Brien (Toronto Wolfpack), Jordan Turner (Huddersfield Giants).
OUTS: Matt Cook (Widnes Vikings), Bailey Hodgson (Newcastle Knights), Junior Moors (Released), Joe Summers (Featherstone Rovers), Calum Turner (Newcastle Thunder), Mike McMeeken (Catalans Dragons)

CATALANS DRAGONS
INS: Gil Dudson (Salford Red Devils), Mike McMeeken (Castleford Tigers)
OUTS: Lucas Albert (Carcassonne), Remi Casty (Released), Antonia Maria (LĂ©zignan), David Mead (Released), Sam Moa (LĂ©zignan), Mickael Simon (Carcassonne), Lewis Tierney (Leigh Centruins), Gavin Marguerite (Villeneuve)

HUDDERSFIELD GIANTS
INS: Jack Ashworth (St Helens), Jack Cogger (Canterbury Bulldogs), James Cunningham (Toronto Wolfpack), Joe Greenwood (Wigan Warriors), Josh Jones (Hull FC), Ricky Leutele (Melbourne Storm) George Roby (Warrington Wolves), Luke Yates (Salford Red Devils)
OUTS: Reiss Butterworth (Dewsbury Rams), Paul Clough (Widnes Vikings), Tom Holmes (Featherstone Rovers), Suaia Matagi (Castleford Tigers – Loan), Aaron Murphy (Bradford Bulls), Innes Senior (Wakefield Trinity – loan), Ukuma Ta’ai (Released), Jordan Turner (Castleford Tigers), Adam Walne (Barrow Raiders), Dom Young (Newcastle Knights)

HULL FC
INS: Josh Reynolds (Wests Tigers)
OUTS: Lewis Bienek (Castleford Tigers), Kieran Buchanan (Batley Bulldogs), Gareth Ellis (Retired), Liam Harris (Halifax), Albert Kelly (Released), Ratu Naulago (Bristol RU)

HULL KINGSTON ROVERS
INS: Ryan Hall (Sydney Roosters), George King (Wakefield Trinity), Muizz Mustapha (Leeds Rhinos – loan), Korbin Sims (St George Illawarra Dragons), Brad Takairangi (Parramatta Eels), Albert Vete (Melbourne Storm), Luis Johnson (Warrington Wolves)
OUTS: Ryan Brierley (Leigh Centurions), Jamie Ellis (Leigh Centurions), Weller Hauraki (Released), Mitch Garbutt (Toulouse Olympique), Matty Gee (Leigh Centurions), Harvey Livett (Loan expired), Dan Murray (Halifax), Will Oakes (Dewsbury Rams), Nathaniel Peteru (Leigh Centurions), Adam Rooks (Bradford Bulls), Robbie Mulhern (Warrington Wolves)

LEEDS RHINOS
INS: Zane Tetevano (Penrith Panthers), Bodene Thompson (Toronto Wolfpack)
OUTS: Wellington Albert (Keighley Cougars) Dom Crosby (Retired), Adam Cuthbertson (York City Knights), Tyler Dupree (Oldham), Rhys Evans (Bradford Bulls), Muizz Mustapha (Hull Kingston Rovers – loan), Ava Seumanufagai (Released)

LEIGH CENTURIONS
Ins: James Bell (Toulouse Olympique), Ryan Brierley (Hull Kingston Rovers), Jamie Ellis (Hull Kingston Rovers), Matty Gee (Hull Kingston Rovers), Joe Mellor (Toronto Wolfpack), Nathaniel Peteru (Hull Kingston Rovers), Lewis Tierney (Catalans Dragons), Blake Wallace (Toronto Wolfpack)
Outs: Sam Brooks (Swinton Lions), Callum Field (Featherstone Rovers) Liam Forsyth (Swinton Lions) Nick Glohe (Released), Gregg McNally (Whitehaven), Ben Reynolds (Toulouse Olympique), Martin Ridyard (Swinton Lions), Jarrod Sammut (London Broncos), Ryan Shaw (Barrow Raiders).

SALFORD RED DEVILS
INS: Danny Addy (Leigh Centurions), Joe Burgess (Wigan Warriors), Matty Costello (St Helens), Morgan Escare (Free Agent), Harvey Livett (Warrington Wolves), Sam Luckley (Newcastle Thunder), Darcy Lussick (Toronto Wolfpack), Elijah Taylor (Wests Tigers), Jack Wells (Wigan Warriors)
OUTS: Ed Chamberlain (London Broncos – loan), Niall Evalds (Castleford Tigers), Mark Flanagan (Retired), Connor Jones (Featherstone Rovers), Joey Lussick (Parramatta Eels), Luis Roberts (Swinton Lions), Kris Welham (Featherstone Rovers), Luke Yates (Huddersfield Giants)

ST HELENS
INS: Sione Mata’utia (Newcastle Knights), Dan Norman (London Broncos), Agnatius Paasi (New Zealand Warriors), Joel Thompson (Manly Sea Eagles)
OUTS: Jack Ashworth (Huddersfield Giants), Matty Costello (Salford Red Devils) James Graham (Retiring), Joseph Paulo (Toulouse Olympique), Dom Peyroux (Toulouse Olympique)

WAKEFIELD TRINITY
INS: Mason Lino (Newcastle Knights), Innes Senior (Huddersfield Giants – loan)
OUTS: Ryan Atkins (York City Knights), Connor Bailey (Newcastle Thunder – loan), Danny Brough (Bradford Bulls), George King (Hull Kingston Rovers), Danny Kirmond (York City Knights), Craig Kopczak (Featherstone Rovers), Romain Navarette (Loan Expiry)

WARRINGTON WOLVES
INS: Rob Butler (London Broncos), Greg Inglis (Free agent), Robbie Mulhern (Hull Kingston Rovers)
OUTS: Anthony Gelling (Released), Ben Murdoch-Masila (New Zealand Warriors), Luis Johnson (Hull Kingston Rovers)

WIGAN WARRIORS
INS: John Bateman (Canberra Raiders), Jai Field (Parramatta Eels)
OUTS: Joe Burgess (Salford Red Devils), Joe Greenwood (Huddersfield Giants), Chris Hankinson (London Broncos – loan), Ben Flower (Leigh Centurions), Sean O’Loughlin (Retiring), Harry Rushton (Canberra Raiders), Jake Shorrocks (Newcastle Thunder), Jack Wells (Salford Red Devils), Josh Woods (Newcastle Thunder)
Re: The in's and Out's of Superleague Fri Jan 08, 2021 12:30 pm  

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Our pack will be quality next season and every other clubs signings are very uninspiring.

The three-peat is most definitely on
Years in existence and average attendance

Leigh Centurions - 100+ years / Circa 3k
Wakefield Wildcats - 100+ years / Circa 4k
Toronto Wolfpack - 3 years / 9k
Re: The in's and Out's of Superleague Fri Jan 08, 2021 1:15 pm  

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My take on the above if it is fully complete is below.
Balancing players leaving with those arriving makes some teams stronger rather than weaker.

There are obviously some anomalies as with Wigan I would see O’Loughlin as a big loss although with his injuries in recent years he may not be as a big a playing loss as I scored


CASTLEFORD TIGERS. Stronger

INS: Lewis Bienek (Hull FC), Niall Evalds (Salford Red Devils), Suaia Matagi (Huddersfield Giants – Loan), Gareth O’Brien (Toronto Wolfpack), Jordan Turner (Huddersfield Giants).


CATALANS DRAGONS weaker

INS: Gil Dudson (Salford Red Devils), Mike McMeeken (Castleford Tigers)


HUDDERSFIELD GIANTS. Stronger and will be better coached and fitter

INS: Jack Ashworth (St Helens), Jack Cogger (Canterbury Bulldogs), James Cunningham (Toronto Wolfpack), Joe Greenwood (Wigan Warriors), Josh Jones (Hull FC), Ricky Leutele (Melbourne Storm) George Roby (Warrington Wolves), Luke Yates (Salford Red Devils)


HULL FC. Weaker. But I would be positive about improvements under Hodgson

INS: Josh Reynolds (Wests Tigers)


HULL KINGSTON ROVERS. Stronger

INS: Ryan Hall (Sydney Roosters), George King (Wakefield Trinity), Muizz Mustapha (Leeds Rhinos – loan), Korbin Sims (St George Illawarra Dragons), Brad Takairangi (Parramatta Eels), Albert Vete (Melbourne Storm), Luis Johnson (Warrington

LEEDS RHINOS. Weaker

INS: Zane Tetevano (Penrith Panthers), Bodene Thompson (Toronto Wolfpack)


LEIGH CENTURIONS. Stronger than last season but seem to lack some quality

Ins: James Bell (Toulouse Olympique), Ryan Brierley (Hull Kingston Rovers), Jamie Ellis (Hull Kingston Rovers), Matty Gee (Hull Kingston Rovers), Joe Mellor (Toronto Wolfpack), Nathaniel Peteru (Hull Kingston Rovers), Lewis Tierney (Catalans Dragons), Blake Wallace (Toronto Wolfpack)


SALFORD RED DEVILS. Same as last year

INS: Danny Addy (Leigh Centurions), Joe Burgess (Wigan Warriors), Matty Costello (St Helens), Morgan Escare (Free Agent), Harvey Livett (Warrington Wolves), Sam Luckley (Newcastle Thunder), Darcy Lussick (Toronto Wolfpack), Elijah Taylor (Wests Tigers), Jack Wells (Wigan Warriors)


ST HELENS. Stronger
INS: Sione Mata’utia (Newcastle Knights), Dan Norman (London Broncos), Agnatius Paasi (New Zealand Warriors), Joel Thompson (Manly Sea Eagles)


WAKEFIELD TRINITY. Weaker

INS: Mason Lino (Newcastle Knights), Innes Senior (Huddersfield Giants – loan)


WARRINGTON WOLVES. About the same

INS: Rob Butler (London Broncos), Greg Inglis (Free agent), Robbie Mulhern (Hull Kingston Rovers

WIGAN WARRIORS. Weaker in depth but I guess they will have some good players coming up from academy etc

INS: John Bateman (Canberra Raiders), Jai Field (Parramatta Eels)
Huddersfield Giants 2013 over achievers

Huddersfield Giants 2014 under achievers ??????????
Re: The in's and Out's of Superleague Fri Jan 08, 2021 1:19 pm  
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Durham Giant wrote:
My take on the above if it is fully complete is below.
Balancing players leaving with those arriving makes some teams stronger rather than weaker.

There are obviously some anomalies as with Wigan I would see O’Loughlin as a big loss although with his injuries in recent years he may not be as a big a playing loss as I scored


CASTLEFORD TIGERS. Stronger

INS: Lewis Bienek (Hull FC), Niall Evalds (Salford Red Devils), Suaia Matagi (Huddersfield Giants – Loan), Gareth O’Brien (Toronto Wolfpack), Jordan Turner (Huddersfield Giants).


CATALANS DRAGONS weaker

INS: Gil Dudson (Salford Red Devils), Mike McMeeken (Castleford Tigers)


HUDDERSFIELD GIANTS. Stronger and will be better coached and fitter

INS: Jack Ashworth (St Helens), Jack Cogger (Canterbury Bulldogs), James Cunningham (Toronto Wolfpack), Joe Greenwood (Wigan Warriors), Josh Jones (Hull FC), Ricky Leutele (Melbourne Storm) George Roby (Warrington Wolves), Luke Yates (Salford Red Devils)


HULL FC. Weaker. But I would be positive about improvements under Hodgson

INS: Josh Reynolds (Wests Tigers)


HULL KINGSTON ROVERS. Stronger

INS: Ryan Hall (Sydney Roosters), George King (Wakefield Trinity), Muizz Mustapha (Leeds Rhinos – loan), Korbin Sims (St George Illawarra Dragons), Brad Takairangi (Parramatta Eels), Albert Vete (Melbourne Storm), Luis Johnson (Warrington

LEEDS RHINOS. Weaker

INS: Zane Tetevano (Penrith Panthers), Bodene Thompson (Toronto Wolfpack)

For Hull FC people are failing to mention getting rid of Radford and Last, the Club Hull cultire, Jones moving on who never really put a shift in, the appointment of Hodgson and Ellis being given a coaching position.
LEIGH CENTURIONS. Stronger than last season but seem to lack some quality

Ins: James Bell (Toulouse Olympique), Ryan Brierley (Hull Kingston Rovers), Jamie Ellis (Hull Kingston Rovers), Matty Gee (Hull Kingston Rovers), Joe Mellor (Toronto Wolfpack), Nathaniel Peteru (Hull Kingston Rovers), Lewis Tierney (Catalans Dragons), Blake Wallace (Toronto Wolfpack)


SALFORD RED DEVILS. Same as last year

INS: Danny Addy (Leigh Centurions), Joe Burgess (Wigan Warriors), Matty Costello (St Helens), Morgan Escare (Free Agent), Harvey Livett (Warrington Wolves), Sam Luckley (Newcastle Thunder), Darcy Lussick (Toronto Wolfpack), Elijah Taylor (Wests Tigers), Jack Wells (Wigan Warriors)


ST HELENS. Stronger
INS: Sione Mata’utia (Newcastle Knights), Dan Norman (London Broncos), Agnatius Paasi (New Zealand Warriors), Joel Thompson (Manly Sea Eagles)


WAKEFIELD TRINITY. Weaker

INS: Mason Lino (Newcastle Knights), Innes Senior (Huddersfield Giants – loan)


WARRINGTON WOLVES. About the same

INS: Rob Butler (London Broncos), Greg Inglis (Free agent), Robbie Mulhern (Hull Kingston Rovers

WIGAN WARRIORS. Weaker in depth but I guess they will have some good players coming up from academy etc

INS: John Bateman (Canberra Raiders), Jai Field (Parramatta Eels)


For Hull FC people are missing the fact we have gotten rid of Club Hull, Radford and Last gone, Ellis on the coaching staff and disinterested Jones gone. We will be better next season than some think.
Re: The in's and Out's of Superleague Fri Jan 08, 2021 1:42 pm  

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Stevie Ward has also retired from Leeds' ranks.
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Re: The in's and Out's of Superleague Fri Jan 08, 2021 4:18 pm  

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Steph Curry wrote:
Our pack will be quality next season and every other clubs signings are very uninspiring.

The three-peat is most definitely on

That inglis signing was the most uninspiring.
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Re: The in's and Out's of Superleague Fri Jan 08, 2021 10:50 pm  
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Patron has also been confirmed as leaving warrington now, id say we're (slightly) stronger, as we've got a couple of decent actual props now, though there's still the chance price might not play them, ever.

Cas brought in 2 fullbacks which is good, probably need to get at least one more to be on the safe side.
Re: The in's and Out's of Superleague Fri Jan 08, 2021 10:55 pm  

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Moe syslak wrote:
That inglis signing was the most uninspiring.


I wouldn’t say that. There are plenty more ahead of him.
Years in existence and average attendance

Leigh Centurions - 100+ years / Circa 3k
Wakefield Wildcats - 100+ years / Circa 4k
Toronto Wolfpack - 3 years / 9k
Re: The in's and Out's of Superleague Sat Jan 09, 2021 8:58 am  

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Durham Giant wrote:
My take on the above if it is fully complete is below.

CATALANS DRAGONS weaker

HULL FC. Weaker. But I would be positive about improvements under Hodgson

WAKEFIELD TRINITY. Weaker



Gary Schofield's analysis for the finishing spots puts a Weak Wakefield easily bottom place next year.

Leigh's survival may only need them to see off Wakey. Do they play each other in the "loop" fixtures??? These would be "4 pointers"....

Who between Leigh and Wakefield are better placed to bring in players to cover injury and poor form mid season?? Mr. Beamont or Mr. Carter??
Re: The in's and Out's of Superleague Sat Jan 09, 2021 10:07 am  
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Seems to be quite a number of players leaving Catalans and heading to French clubs.
Surprised by that when I read on here about NRL and M62 players signing for Catalans to boost their retirement fund.
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