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So if we had, say, 60 players on contract we could play all 60?
Is there a Salary Cap?
What are you on about? We have more than 60 players under contract right now.
Not registered NRL contracts.

Players covered by other contracts, for example NSWRL contracts, are not included in the Salary Cap.
Hence my question was quite simple, is there a Salary Cap for the, say, 60 players?

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Not registered NRL contracts.

Players covered by other contracts, for example NSWRL contracts, are not included in the Salary Cap.
Hence my question was quite simple, is there a Salary Cap for the, say, 60 players?

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NSWRL players have their own salary cap. Every player under contract to us right now should be allowed to play. Not that complicated.
 

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NSWRL players have their own salary cap. Every player under contract to us right now should be allowed to play. Not that complicated.
It actually is complicated, the Salary Cap being the most complex. Followed by player's medical insurance, RLPA funding, RLPA Retirement Account Contribution etc.

To keep in simple, if we have, say, 60 players is the Salary Cap still $9.6m or some other value?

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It actually is complicated, the Salary Cap being the most complex. Followed by player's medical insurance, RLPA funding, RLPA Retirement Account Contribution etc.

To keep in simple, if we have, say, 60 players is the Salary Cap still $9.6m or some other value?

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No player outside your top 30 is allowed to be paid more than a player in your top 30. So your questions are idiotic.
 

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To keep in simple, if we have, say, 60 players is the Salary Cap still $9.6m or some other value?
No player outside your top 30 is allowed to be paid more than a player in your top 30. So your questions are idiotic.
OK so the lowest paid player in the top 30 is paid $115k (the minimum), so the 30 players outside the top 30 adds up to $3.45m. The question is simply is the Salary Cap increased by $3.45m so the bottom 30 can be paid the minimum? Or does the cap remain at $9.7m and the top 30 get paid less to fit in the bottom 30?

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Anyone able To update trial shit?
 

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OK so the lowest paid player in the top 30 is paid $115k (the minimum), so the 30 players outside the top 30 adds up to $3.45m. The question is simply is the Salary Cap increased by $3.45m so the bottom 30 can be paid the minimum? Or does the cap remain at $9.7m and the top 30 get paid less to fit in the bottom 30?

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You ask the most stupid questions. I'm not going to hurt my brain anymore by dumbing it down for you. I'm out on this convo.
 

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Indigenous All Stars v Maori Kiwis Saturday 8:10pm at Queensland Country Bank Stadium




1. Latrell Mitchell 2. Blake Ferguson 3. Jack Wighton 4. Jesse Ramien 5. Alex Johnston 6. Cody Walker 7. Jamal Fogarty 8. Andrew Fifita 9. Reuben Cotter 10. Josh Kerr 11. David Fifita 12. Tyrell Fuimaono 13. Tyrone Peachey

14. Corey Thompson 15. Jamayne Taunoa-Brown 16. Cade Cust 17. Chris Smith 18. Zac Saddler 19. Josh Curran 20. Brian Kelly




1. Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad 2. Dallin Watene-Zelezniak 3. Joey Manu 4. Dylan Walker 5. Patrick Herbert 6. Jarome Luai 7. Benji Marshall 8. Russell Packer 9. Jeremy Marshall-King 10. James Fisher-Harris 11. Briton Nikora 12. Jordan Riki 13. Joseph Tapine

14. Issac Luke 15. Emry Pere 16. Zane Musgrove 17. Jackson Topine 18. Esan Marsters 19. Bailey Simonsson 20. Daejarn Asi


2021 Women's NRL All Stars
Indigenous Women's All Stars v Maori Ferns
Sat February 20 2021, 5:10pm at Queensland Country Bank Stadium


Indigenous Women's All Stars's All Stars

1. Jaime Chapman 2. Taleena Simon 3. Monique Donovan 4. Jasmine Peters 5. Leticia Quinlan 6. Taliah Fuimaono 7. Akira Kelly 8. Kaitlyn Phillips 9. Quincy Dodd 10. Caitlan Johnston 11. Shaniah Power 12. Shaylee Bent 13. Tallisha Harden

14. Lailee Phillips 15. Keilee Joseph 16. Olivia Kernick 17. Abelee Stanley 18. Ngalika Barker

Maori Ferns

1. Corban McGregor 2. Botille Vette-Welsh 3. Amy Turner 4. Hayley Tipene 5. Jodeci Nicholson 6. Zahara Temara 7. Crystal Tamarua 8. Nita Maynard 9. Kennedy Cherrington 10. Mya Hill-Moana 11. Zali Fay 12. Rona Peters 13. Lavinia Gould

14. Shannon Mato 15. Raecene McGregor 16. Roxy Murdoch 17. Page Mcgregor 18. Shanice Parker



WEEK 1 (Emerging player trials)

Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks v St George Illawarra Dragons
Fri February 12 2021, 4:00pm at PointsBet Stadium

Sharks 36

Tries: Nene Macdonald 2, Kayal Iro 2, Teig Wilton, Braydon Trindall, Mawene Hiroti
Goals: Braydon Trindall 4/7

Dragons 28

Tries: Tyrell Sloan, Jayden Sullivan, Jayden Hunt, Josh Coric, Connor Muhleisen
Goals: Jayden Sullivan 3/4, Sitiveni Moceidreke 1/1


Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks


1. Luke Metcalf 2. Nene Macdonald 3. Mawene Hiroti 4. Kayleb Milne 5. Kayal Iro 6. Jack Williams 7. Braydon Trindall 8. Franklin Pele 9. Kyle Paterson 10. Daniel Vasquez 11. Teig Wilton 12. Josh Carr 13. Billy Magoulias

14. Monty Raper 15. Thomas Hazelton 16. Jack Martin 17. Kade Dykes 18. Ryan Rivett 19. Jordan Samrani 20. Addison Demetriou 21. Gabe Hamlin


St George Illawarra Dragons


1. Tyrell Sloan 2. Mat Feagai 3. Brayden Wiliame 4. Max Feagai 5. Shaun Sauni-Esau 6. Junior Amone 7. Jayden Sullivan 8. Luke Chalker 9. Tyran Wishart 10. Daniel Alvaro 11. Jackson Ford 12. Tariq Sims 13. Kaide Ellis

14. Hayden Lomax 15. Eddie Blacker 16. Sam McCann 17. Joshua Coric ; Reserves: 4. Charly Runciman 5. Sitiveni Moceidreke 7. Zeik Foster 9. Connor Mulheisen 10. Nathan Leatigaga 12. Blake Dowel


Referees: Todd Smith;Sideline Officials: Ziggy Przeklasa-Adamski, Phil Henderson;



WEEK 2 (Emerging player trials)

Parramatta Eels v St George Illawarra Dragons
Thu February 18 2021, 5:30pm at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium

Eels 28

Tries: Tom Opacic, Will Smith, William Penisini, Oregon Kaufusi, Solomone Naiduki
Goals: Jordan Rankin 4/5

Dragons 6

Tries: Max Feagai
Goals: Jayden Sullivan 1/1


Parramatta Eels


1. Sean Russell 2. Michael Oldfield 3. Viliami Penisini 4. Tom Opacic 5. Haze Dunster 6. Will Smith 7. Jakob Arthur 8. Dave Hollis 9. Joey Lussick 10. Oregon Kaufusi 11. Keegan Hipgrave 12. Isaiah Papali'i 13. Makahesi Makatoa

14. Joshua Tuipulotu 15. Matthew Komolafe 16. Jordan Rankin 17. Caleb Tohi 18. Charbel Tasipale 19. Solomone Naiduki 20. Toa Mata'afa 21. Elie El Zakhem ; No number: Tim Lafai, Charlton Schaafhausen, Noel Aukafolau


St George Illawarra Dragons


Squad - alphabetical order: Daniel Alvaro, Junior Amone, Jack Bird, Eddie Blacker, Billy Brittain, Luke Chalker Josh Coric, Kaide Ellis, Mat Feagai, Max Feagai, Jackson Ford, Zeik Foster, Jaiyden Hunt, Hayden Lomax, Andrew McCullough, Sitiveni Moceidreke, Cody Ramsey, Charly Runciman, Shaun Sauni-Esau, Tariq Sims, Tyrell Sloan, Jayden Sullivan, Brayden Wiliame, Tyran Wishart.


Referees: Matt Noyen, Chris Butler, Kasey Badger;



Wests Tigers v Sydney Roosters
Sat February 20 2021, 6:30pm at Kirkham Oval


Wests Tigers


1. Tyronne Roberts-Davis 2. Zac Cini 3. Reece Hoffman 4. Tommy Talau 5. Allan Fitzgibbon 6. Daine Laurie 7. Jock Madden 8. Alex Seyfarth 9. Jake Simpkin 10. Stefano Utoikamanu 11. Michael Chee Kam 12. Kelma Tuilagi 13. Tuki Simpkins

14. Jacob Liddle 15. Kiah Cooper 16. Tyler Field 17. Ky Rodwell 18. Zach Dockar-Clay 19. Edenn Rogers-Smith 20. Iverson Fuatimau 21. Joe Taipari 22. William Kei 23. Logen Dillon 24. Israel Ogden 25. Curtis Wilson 26. Liam Scolari 27. Austin Dias 28. Regan Hughes 29. Semisi Kioa 30. Etuale Lui 31. Mavoni Tuifua 32. Daniel Sykes 33. Billy Stapelton


Sydney Roosters


4. Brad Abbey 2. Tom Carr 3. Josh Bergamin 5. Tony Satini 15. Sione Hopoate 1. Josh Ralph 7. Ronald Volkman 8. Tukupa Hau Tapuha 9. Thomas Deakin 10. Fletcher Baker 11. Zac Montgomery 12. Naufahu Whyte 13. Max Bailey

16. Michael Fenn 17. Ben Marschke 18. Asolelei Fretton 19. Ben Thomas 20. Jesse Marschke 21. Elih Jackson 23. Kobe Rugless 24. Jack Morris

Warriors v Melbourne Storm
Sat February 20 2021, 8:15pm at Dolphin Stadium, Redcliffe


Match cancelled due to Victorian COVID-19 restrictions
Non-NRL trial match lineups for Week 2

Brisbane Broncos v Wynnum Manly Seagulls
Kitchener Park, Friday night

Seagulls 22


Tries: Emmuanuel Tuimavave-Gerrard, Mathew Lyons, Jack Campagnolo, Selwyn Cobbo
Goals: Jack Campagnolo 2

Broncos 22

Tries: Josh James, Ethan Bullemor, Isaiah Taas, Leivaha Pulu, Dale Copley
Goals: Reece Walsh 2

Broncos: 1. Reece Walsh 2. Richie Kennar 3. Jesse Arthars 4. Tesi Niu 5. Dale Copley 6. Tyson Gamble 7. Albert Kelly 8. Tevita Pangai Jnr 9. Kobe Hetherington 10. Matt Lodge 11. Keenan Palasia 12. Leivaha Pulu 13. Ethan Bullemor;

Interchange: 14 Calum Gahan 15. Logan Bayliss-Brow 16. Isaiah Taas 17. Josh James 18. Brendan Frei 19. Xavier Willison 20. Selwyn Cobbo

Seagulls: 1. Selwyn Cobbo, 2. Ed Burns, 3. Junior Pauga, 4. Delouise Hoeter, 5. Mathew Lyons, 6. Kauri Aupouri-Puketapu, 7. Sam Scarlett, 8. Jayden Berrell, 9. Max Elliott, 10. Matiu Love-Henry, 11. TC Robati, 12. Luke Bateman, 13. Tristan Hope;

Interchange 14. Lachlan Lee, 15. Lucky Taavale, 16. Lazarus Vaalepu, 17. Jack Campagnolo, 18. Harrison Graham, 19. Kelepi Faukafa, 20. Ryan O'Keefe, 21. Jacob Sturt, 22. Ben Farr, 23. Sebastian Winters-Chang, 24. Emmanuel Tuimavave-Gerrard, 25. Tom Farr

Gold Coast Titans v Burleigh Bears
Pizzey Park, Friday night

Bears 36


Tries: Sami Sauiluma, Troy Leo, Kurtis Rowe, Blake Leary, Josh Berkers, Lochlyn Sheldon, Allan Lockwood
Goals: Guy Hamilton 2, Shallin Fuller 2

Titans 34

Tries: Greg Marzhew 3, Jonus Pearson 2, Treymain Spry
Goals: Tanah Boyd 5

Titans: 1. Jayden Campbell 2. Alofiana Khan-Pereira 3. Greg Marzhew 4. Treymain Spry 5. Jonus Pearson 6. Toby Sexton 7. Tanah Boyd 8. Jai Whitbread 9. Erin Clark 10. Darius Farmer 11. Beau Fermor 12. Sam Stone 13. Tristan Powell;

Interchange: 14. Braden McGrady 15. Andre Niko 16. Corey Denniss 17. Will Brimson 18. Joseph Collins 19. Brent Woolf 21. Lloyd Perrett

Bears: 1. Kurtis Rowe 2. Troy Leo 3. Sami Sauiluma 4. Josh Berkers 5. Will Evans 6. Josh Rogers 7. Guy Hamilton 8. Luke Page 9. Pat Politoni 10. Jack Stockwell 11. Blake Leary 12. Hayden Schwass 13. Sam Coster; Interchange:

14. Jordan Scott 15. Ben Valeni 16. John Palavi 17. Lochlyn Sheldon 18. Api Noema 19. Reece Summer 20. Taine Tuaupiki 21. Allan Lockwood 22. Regan Muir 23. Shallin Fuller 24. Connor Toia

Newcastle Knights NSW Cup squad to face Cessnock Goanas at Cessnock Sports Ground, Saturday 6pm:

1. Mackenzie Baker 2. Jacob Kiraz 3. Brayden Musgrove 4. Dylan Lucas 5. Dom Young 6. Hayden Loughrey 7. Kobe Davis 8. Pasami Saulo 9. Mitch Black 10. Garrett Smith 11. Jaron Purcell 12. Brodie Jones 13. Jack Johns;

Interchange: 14. Luke Huth 15. Christian Ma'anaima 16. Mat Croker 17. John Tolofea 18. Zac Hosking, 19. Dan Ticehurst, 20. Blake Campbell, 21. Harvey Neville, 22. Matt Soper-Lawler, 23. Ben Talty, 24. Liam Wilkinson, 25. Harry Croker, 26. Harry van Dartel, 27. Sione Tuitupou-Kutu, 28. Henry Penn, 29. Jesse Cronin, 30. Tyler Coburn, 31. Blake Lenehan

South Sydney Rabbitohs to face Group 20 Invitational at Solar Mad Stadium, Griffith, Saturday 7pm

1. Blake Taaffe 2. Zane Bijorac 3. Steven Marsters 4. Tautau Moga 5. Jacob Gagai 6. Troy Dargan 7. Dean Hawkins 8. Patrick Mago 9. Joe Lovodua 10. Hame Sele 11. Jacob Host 12. Matt French 13. Trent Peoples;

Interchange: 14. CJ Mundine 15. Nic Mougios 16. Lachlan Ilias 17. Davvy Moale 18. Maila Chanfoon 19. Jack Cameron 20. Peter Mamouzelos

Penrith Panthers NSW Cup to face Mounties at St Marys Leagues Stadium, Saturday 7pm
Squad (alphabetical): Adam Fearnley, Arthur Crichton, Billy Burns, Billy Tsikrikas, Brad Fearnley, Brendan Hands, Charlie Staines, Izack Tago, Jaeman Salmon, Jayden Tanner, J'maine Hopgood, John Faiumu, Kurt Falls, Luke Nadurutalo, Lindsay Smith, Luke Bain, Matt Burton, Mitch Kenny, Paul Momirovski, Spencer Leniu, Sunia Turuva, Taylan May, Thomas Jenkins
Thanks for your effort my bro, another one of your informative threads.

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You ask the most stupid questions. I'm not going to hurt my brain anymore by dumbing it down for you. I'm out on this convo.
OK, I understand, you have no answer, so blame the question, when that doesn't work blame the questioner, I got it.

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Roosters beat Tigers in their trial. The Roosters had some ex Bulldogs in Brad Abbey, Tom Carr, Josh Bergamin and Marschke brothers (who originally played for their 20s anyways)
 

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Roosters beat Tigers in their trial. The Roosters had some ex Bulldogs in Brad Abbey, Tom Carr, Josh Bergamin and Marschke brothers (who originally played for their 20s anyways)
It was a who's who of who for that trial, Max Bailey (1 NRL game) was our most experienced player and captain.
 

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I realise it's just reserves, but I'll get a decent look at Suaalii and Walker in their game on the weekend.
 
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