Super League Quota Spots Update: Overseas Players Rosters

Quota Spots Dwindling as Super League Clubs Finalize Rosters

As the Super League season approaches its midpoint, the race to finalize squad rosters is intensifying. With each club allowed a maximum of seven overseas players on their quota, many teams have already maxed out their allotted spots.

Recently, Hull FC confirmed the immediate arrivals of Treigh Stewart and Jed Cartwright from Down Under, leaving them with a full complement of seven quota players.

Across the league, the situation varies. Castleford Tigers and Catalans Dragons have utilized all seven of their quota spots, while Huddersfield Giants and Warrington Wolves each have one vacancy remaining. Leigh Leopards, on the other hand, have managed to free up a quota spot by loaning out Ben Nakubuwai to Featherstone Rovers.

“The coming months are sure to see more movements as teams strive to optimize their rosters for the crucial run-in.”

The Leeds Rhinos underwent a significant recruitment drive in the off-season, bringing in a host of NRL talent to bolster their squad. Salford Red Devils, too, have filled their quota, signing David Nofoaluma, Nene Macdonald, and Cade Cust from Down Under.

Elsewhere, St Helens have added Fiji international Waqa Blake to their roster, leaving them with no further quota spaces available. Wigan Warriors, meanwhile, have brought in Adam Keighran from Catalans to replace the departed Toby King.

As the race for Super League supremacy intensifies, clubs are working tirelessly to assemble their squads, balancing the need for experienced overseas talent with the development of homegrown players.

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