Northern Pride gains and losses

Northern Pride gains and losses

A former skipper returns to the Northern Pride, with Brett Anderson signing on from the Innisfail Leprechauns for the 2018 season.

The NQ side had signed a number of experienced players for the upcoming season in a bid to help their side take better control of matches when they have the opportunity to do so – an inability which let them down in games late this past season.

They have also welcomed back David Murphy to the side following his time with the Easts Tigers, while all eyes early in the season will be on high profile recruit Todd Carney who has arrived from a stint with Salford in the UK.

The full list of gains and losses is below. *

Northern Pride Gains and Losses 2018

Gains: Todd Carney (Salford), Adrian Henley (Easts Tigers), Jack Murphy (England), Jonico Hardwick (Cairns Brothers), David Murphy (Easts Tigers), Brett Anderson (Innisfail Leprechauns), Jack Camponolo (Tully Tigers), James Clark (Canterbury Bulldogs)

Losses: Luke George (released), Khan Ahwang (released), Jack Brock (Mackay Cutters), Fred Koraba (released), Brad Lupi (Central Capras), Ben Reuter (released), Joel Riethmuller (retired), Marvin Toko (released)

Where they finished in 2017: 12th

2018 coach: Ty Williams

*Submissions made by clubs and correct at time.

QRL Media will be featuring the Gains and Losses for the 2018 season for each of the Intrust Super Cup clubs in coming weeks. Stay tuned to QRL.com.au to see all the player movement. 

2018 Intrust Super Cup Gains and Losses

Mackay Cutters
Burleigh Bears
Easts Tigers
Wynnum Manly Seagulls
Redcliffe Dolphins
Souths Logan Magpies