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Nakia Davis-Welsh, a former representative of the Jillaroos and New South Wales, has been signed by the Sharks to an NRLW contract for the 2019 season.

The versatile Davis-Welsh, who can play a number of backline positions, has worked hard the last two seasons to break into Cronulla’s starting lineup. She participated in the Harvey Norman Women’s Premiership with the team in 2023 before making her NRLW debut for the Parramatta.

“I’ve now returned to the Sharks three times in a row. In order to be selected for the NRLW,

It has immense meaning. I’m quite appreciative.” stated Davis-Welsh.

Jade Fonua, a forward, and Pihuka Berryman-Duff, a playmaker, will continue their NRLW careers at Parramatta.

The two young players inked one-year contracts to return in 2024 after making their NRLW debuts with the Eels in the previous season.

Tafao Asaua, Lindsay Tui, Chloe Jackson, and Taneka Todhunter—development players—have also been added to the club’s top 24 roster for the forthcoming campaign.

Todhunter and Tui made their NRLW debuts later in the season after the four were signed as development players in 2023.

The Dragons have officially announced that Maatuleio Fotu-Moala and Alice Gregory will be joining them on a one-year contract.

Gregory is expected to play in her debut Australian Rugby Sevens program, where she has been a star.

a taste of the 2024 rugby league.

Fotu-Moala, a former Tongan representative, joins the Dragons with the intention of advancing her own rugby league career.

The 25-year-old played her first international match for Tonga in 2022 against the Kiwi Ferns. The following year, she returned to the South Pacific Games to represent her country.

For the 2018 NRLW season, the Knights have signed Isabella Waterman, a fellow Super Rugby conversion, and Grace Kukutai, a former standout netball player from New Zealand.

Kukutai, Waterman, and teenage five-eighth Evie Jones are among the players who helped Newcastle win back-to-back premierships last season. New Knights coach Ben Jeffries has finalized his team.

“Most NRLW spots were set when I got there, with a sizable number of contracted players still in place and some pathway players.”

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