June 16, 2024

Moses Suli, the Dragons’ centre, has signed a new three-year contract that will keep him at the club until the end of the 2027 season.

Since joining the Dragons from Manly in 2022, the 25-year-old Tonga international has appeared in 39 games.

“Moses is a powerful, mobile centre whose best football is still in front of him and he will be a key part of our backline over the coming years,” Shane Flanagan, the Dragons head coach, stated.

Meanwhile, the Dolphins have added Wests Tigers speedster Junior Tupou to their squad till 2025.The 21-year-old Tonga will join the team on a three-year contract, following the signings of English centre Herbie Farnworth and former Bulldog Jake Averillo for 2024.

Tupou, according to Dolphins chief executive Terry Reader, will bring even more depth to the squad as the NRL’s new guys continue to establish themselves.

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“He is one of the most exciting young backs in the NRL at the moment so we will be excited to have him join our evolving roster,” he added.

“Junior is a strong runner out of the back of the field who will provide us with plenty of punch.”

He also has plenty of room and time to enhance his game at his age, so we see him as a highly beneficial addition to the club’s long-term future.”

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