Warrington Wolves’ Rodrick Tai Departure News 2024

Warrington Wolves’ Rodrick Tai Set to Depart at Season’s End

Warrington Wolves centre Rodrick Tai has been tipped to leave the Super League club at the conclusion of the 2024 season. Tai joined the Wolves at the end of 2023 on a one-year deal with an option for an additional year, but the club has decided not to exercise that option, resulting in the outside back’s departure from the Wire at the end of the current campaign.

The 25-year-old Tai, who can also cover the wing and second-row positions, has made seven appearances in Super League this year, scoring two tries. His season statistics show him averaging 14.1 carries, 107.2 metres, 1.8 tackle busts, and 12.2 tackles per game. Tai, who played in the centres during the recent Challenge Cup final loss to Wigan at Wembley, is also a Papua New Guinea international, having been part of their 2021 World Cup squad and scoring twice in six Tests for the Kumuls.

“Warrington appear well-equipped to cover Tai’s departure.”

With the likes of Toby King, Stefan Ratchford, and promising youngsters Wesley Bruines and Zac Barsley-Rowe in the centre positions, Warrington appear well-equipped to cover Tai’s departure. King is a regular for the England national team, while Ratchford has agreed to a new deal to remain with the Wolves in 2025.

Additionally, several other Warrington players, including Josh Drinkwater, Matty Russell, and Gil Dudson, are expected to leave the club at the end of this season, along with NRL-bound forward Matty Nicholson. Meanwhile, Huddersfield back-rower Luke Yates has been confirmed as a new signing for the Wire.

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