COWBOYS SNATCH BULLDOGS PROSPECT The Cowboys have signed one of the Bulldogs' best up-and-comers in 21-year-old utility back Connelly Lemuelu. Lemuelu has followed a similar path to Benji Marshall - he is a Kiwi who went to Benji's old school Keebra Park on the Gold Coast before joining the Tigers. He then signed with the Bulldogs and looked a fine prospect in the Canterbury Cup this year. Able to play five-eighth, centre and fullback, he could prove a bargain buy for the Cowboys. https://wwos.nine.com.au/nrl/the-mo...t-moylan/3d61bab5-dd22-4248-9ec4-cb052d919893 Vunivalu may be forced out of Storm, Moylan linked to Wests Tigers Rival clubs are hovering around the Storm's Fijian flyer Suliasi Vunivalu - and the minor premiers may let him go for next season. The Storm have salary cap problems for next season after upgrading and extending several players, most notably glamour boy Cameron Munster. The club now has salary cap issues that need to be resolved before the 2020 kick-off, with offloading Vunivalu one scenario. The Storm have lost promising utility Billy Walters to the Tigers and won't be re-signing former Warriors prop Albert Vete. But both were on modest contracts and Storm officials know they need to offload a 'big fish' to be salary cap compliant. Vunivalu has had his leanest season since bursting into the NRL with 23 tries in 2016. He matched that tally the following year, bagged 15 tries in 2018 but has managed just 10 this year and some errors have crept into his game. But he remains a player capable of turning a match - as the interest from rival clubs shows.