A favourite son returns to the fold for the Ipswich Jets, headlining their list of gains for the 2019 season.
Premiership winning half Josh Cleeland is back for the Jets after a successful stint down south with the Bulldogs which included a NSW Intrust Super Premiership title.
His return will do much to offset the loss of experience half Dane Phillips who has retired alongside try scoring machine Wes Conlon.
Another high-profile recruit for season 2019 is Peter Gubb from Wynnum Manly.
A popular figure in the Intrust Super Cup competition; he will be hoping to find a new lease of life under the coaching of the Walker brothers and following in the footsteps of recent Seagulls convert Ben Shea.
Gains: Josh Cleeland (Canterbury Bulldogs), Hayden Crowley (Wynnum Seagulls), Peter Gubb (Wynnum Seagulls), Brett Kelly, Jacob Teevan (Easts Tigers) Fred Keil (Melbourne Rebels / University) Todd White (Pittsworth Danes).
Losses: Dane Phillips (Retired), Wes Conlon (Brothers Ipswich).
Where they finished in 2018: 6th
Ipswich Jets: Best of 2018
Coach for 2019: Ben Walker and Shane Walker
Match: Jets v Blackhawks
Round 1 -
Venue: North Ipswich Reserve, Brisbane
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Other Gains and Losses for 2019:
*Submissions made by clubs and correct at the time.