Super League ins and outs for 2023: Signings and departures club-by-club

Samisoni Langi Catalans Dragons France Super League SWpix Credit: Alamy
Samisoni Langi Catalans Dragons France Super League SWpix Credit: Alamy

Here’s a list of every Super League club’s ins and outs ahead of the 2023 campaign.

The 2023 season gets underway on Thursday, February 16, with Warrington hosting Leeds in the opening game of the new season.

Super League teams will play 27 rounds in the regular season, comprising 13 home and 13 away games plus Magic Weekend.

With pre-season getting underway for most clubs, here’s an updated list of all the transfers ahead of the new season.

Castleford Tigers

Ins: Jacob Miller (Wakefield), Muizz Mustapha (Leeds), Albert Vete (Hull KR), Gareth Widdop (Warrington), Jack Broadbent (Leeds), Jacob Hookem (Hull FC).

Outs: Derrell Olpherts (Leeds), Jake Trueman (Hull FC), Gareth O’Brien (Leigh), Cheyse Blair, James Clare, Sosaia Feki, Ryan Hampshire (all released).

Catalans Dragons

Ins: Tom Johnstone (Wakefield), Manu Ma’u (Hull FC), Siosiua Taukeiaho (Sydney Roosters), Romain Navarrete (Toulouse).

Outs: Sam Kasiano, Gil Dudson, Josh Drinkwater (all Warrington), Joe Chan (Melbourne), Dean Whare, Benjamin Jullien (both Pia), Mathieu Cozza (Featherstone), Corentin Le Cam, Romain Franco, Dylan Napa (all released), Samisoni Langi (Wakefield).

Huddersfield Giants

Ins: Jake Connor (Hull FC), Harvey Livett (Salford), Esan Marsters (Gold Coast Titans), Kevin Naiqama (Sydney Roosters), Nathan Peats (Toulouse), Harry Rushton (Canberra), Jack Bibby, Jake Bibby, Sam Halsall (all Wigan).

Outs: Ricky Leutele (Leigh), Jake Wardle (Wigan), Louis Senior (Hull KR), Jack Cogger (Penrith Panthers), Danny Levi (released), Michael Lawrence (Bradford), Aidan McGowan (Batley, loan).

Hull FC

Ins: Jake Clifford, Tex Hoy (both Newcastle Knights), Brad Dwyer, Liam Sutcliffe (both Leeds), Jake Trueman (Castleford).

Outs: Jake Connor (Huddersfield), Manu Ma’u (Catalans), Will Smith (Wests Tigers), Jordan Johnstone (Widnes), Luke Gale, Aidan Burrell (both released), Marcus Walker (Newcastle Thunder), Jacob Hookem (Castleford).

Hull KR

Ins: Yusuf Aydin, James Batchelor (both Wakefield), Rhys Kennedy (Brisbane), Louis Senior (Huddersfield), Tom Opacic (Parramatta), Sauaso Sue (Newcastle Knights), Sam Luckley (Salford).

Outs: Ben Crooks (Keighley), Albert Vete (Castleford), Will Maher (Halifax), Nathan Cullen, Adam Rusling (both Cornwall), Tom Wilkinson (Dewsbury), Korbin Sims (retired), Tom Garratt, Charlie Cavanaugh, Bailey Dawson, Brad Takairangi (all released).

Leeds Rhinos

Ins: Justin Sangare (Toulouse), Derrell Olpherts (Castleford), Sam Lisone (Gold Coast), James McDonnell (Wigan), Luis Roberts, Nene Macdonald (both Leigh), Leon Ruan (Doncaster), Luke Hooley (Batley), Toby Warren (York).

Outs: Zak Hardaker, Tom Briscoe (both Leigh), Brad Dwyer, Liam Sutcliffe (both Hull FC), Jack Walker, Bodene Thompson (both Bradford), Muizz Mustapha (Castleford), Matt Prior (retired), Jack Broadbent (Castleford).

Leigh Leopards

Ins: Tom Briscoe, Zak Hardaker (both Leeds), Matt Davis, Jacob Gannon, Oliver Holmes, Rob Mulhern, Jack Hughes (all Warrington), Ricky Leutele (Huddersfield), Gareth O’Brien (Castleford), Nathan Wilde (Newcastle Thunder).

Outs: Adam Sidlow, Sam Stone (both Salford), Mark Ioane (Keighley), Ata Hingano (York), Luis Roberts (Leeds), Kieran Dixon (Widnes), Jy Hitchcox, Krisnan Inu (both retired), Caleb Aekins (Featherstone), Nene Macdonald (Leeds).

Salford Red Devils

Ins: Ollie Partington (Wigan), Adam Sidlow, Sam Stone (both Leigh), Andrew Dixon (Toulouse), Ben Hellewell (Featherstone), Ellis Longstaff (Warrington, loan).

Outs: Sam Luckley (Hull KR), Harvey Livett (Huddersfield), Morgan Escare (Carcassonne), Jack Wells, Greg Burke (both Barrow), Elijah Taylor (Featherstone), Sitaleki Akauola (Toulouse).

St Helens

Ins: Tee Ritson (Barrow), Wesley Bruines (South Sydney Rabbitohs).

OUT – Regan Grace (Racing 92), Josh Simm (Wynnum Manly Seagulls), Aaron Smith (Leigh), Kyle Amor (Widnes), Tom Nisbet (Leigh), Rio Osayomwanbo-Corkill (released).

Wakefield Trinity

Ins: Morgan Smith (Featherstone), Kevin Proctor (unattached), Renouf Atoni (Sydney Roosters), Samisoni Langi (Catalans).

Outs: Yusuf Aydin, James Batchelor (both Hull KR), Tom Johnstone (Catalans), Jacob Miller (Castleford), Sadiq Adebiyi, Brad Walker (both Keighley), Thomas Minns, David Fifita, Tinirau Arona (all released).

Warrington Wolves

Ins: Sam Kasiano, Gil Dudson, Josh Drinkwater (all Catalans), Josh McGuire (St George Illawarra), Paul Vaughan (Canterbury), Matty Russell (Toulouse).

Outs: Gareth Widdop (Castleford), Toby King (Wigan), Jason Clark (Limoux), Matt Davis, Jacob Gannon, Oliver Holmes, Rob Mulhern, Jack Hughes (all Leigh), Ellis Longstaff (Salford, loan), Riley Dean (Featherstone, loan).

Wigan Warriors

Ins: Jake Wardle (Huddersfield), Toby King (Warrington).

Outs: Jack Bibby, Jake Bibby, Sam Halsall (all Huddersfield), Ollie Partington (Salford), Tommy Leuluai (retired).

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