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Taniela is one of the biggest players in Rugby League, literally. At 200cm and 125kg Taniela stands above every player in the game. An outstanding 2016 saw Taniela lead the Tigers NYC pack to a game shy of the GF. He was named the Tigers NYC Player of the Year and Players Player. He represented NSW 20s in their Origin win over QLD at the age of 18 and has just signed on to Manly's first grade squad until the end of 2019.
Tyrone is the next big thing in rugby league. At 17 years of age he has been selected for both Australia and NSW in both League and Union at every age group he has trailled for. He was chased by 15 of the 16 NRL teams as well as teams in French Rugby and Super 15. He is a big, fast and skillful outside back with all the attributes for long term success. He is currently training with the Rabbitohs NRL Squad in preparation for his first NYC season.
Angus Crichton has established himself in 2017 as one of the top up an coming backrowers in the NRL. An Australian Rugby Schoolboy representative, Angus has come of age in 2017 cementing his position as an elite edge try scoring forward with great strength, footwork and speed. Already being touted as a future State of Origin player for NSW Angus has shown he is ready to step and lead the bunnies pack for years to come.
Esan had a breakout rookie year in the NRL in 2017. After a stellar NYC career, that saw him score 24 tries, record 30 line breaks and 9 try assists in 39 games as an edge back rower Esan got a call up late mid season to the NRL squad and didn't disappoint. after two games off the bench Esan moved to the centres where he played 11 games scoring 5 tries, recording 5 line breaks and 3 try assists. 2018 looms as a massive year for this outstanding young talent.
Described as the "hottest property in schoolboy rugby" Tom when he signed on for three seasons with the Manly Sea Eagles in 2016. Tom is blessed with blistering pace, incredible footwork, strength and vision which helped him lead the Sea Eagles Holden Cup team to their maiden NYC Title in the final year of the competition. Tom now steps into the full time squad with coach Trent Barrett seeing him moving into the centres in the NRL squad in 2018.