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The 2019 NRL season was the 112th season of professional rugby league in Australia and the 22nd season run by the National Rugby League. The Sydney Roosters became the first team to win back-to-back Premierships since the Brisbane Broncos in 1992–93, and the first to achieve the feat since the unified NRL competition started in 1998.

2019 National Rugby League
DurationMarch 14 – October 6, 2019
Teams16
PremiersEastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney Roosters (15th title)
Minor premiersMelbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm (4th title)
Matches played201
Points scored7,905
Average attendance15,804
Attendance3,176,561
Top points scorer(s)Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Latrell Mitchell (273)
Player of the yearEastern Suburbs colours.svg James Tedesco (Dally M Medal)
Top try-scorer(s)Parramatta colours.svg Maika Sivo (22)
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TeamsEdit

The lineup of teams remained unchanged for the 13th consecutive year.

Colours Club Season[citation needed] Home ground(s) Head coach Captain(s)[citation needed]
 
Brisbane Broncos 32nd season Suncorp Stadium Anthony Seibold[1] Darius Boyd
 
Canberra Raiders 38th season GIO Stadium Canberra Ricky Stuart Jarrod Croker & Josh Hodgson[2]
 
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 85th season ANZ Stadium & Belmore Sports Ground Dean Pay Josh Jackson
 
Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 53rd season PointsBet Stadium John Morris[3] Paul Gallen & Wade Graham
 
Gold Coast Titans 13th season Cbus Super Stadium Garth BrennanLuke Burt (interim)[4] Ryan James
 
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 70th season Lottoland Des Hasler[5] Daly Cherry-Evans
 
Melbourne Storm 22nd season AAMI Park Craig Bellamy Cameron Smith
 
Newcastle Knights 32nd season McDonald Jones Stadium Nathan BrownKristian Woolf (interim)[6] Mitchell Pearce[7]
 
New Zealand Warriors 25th season Mt. Smart Stadium Stephen Kearney Roger Tuivasa-Sheck
 
North Queensland Cowboys 25th season 1300SMILES Stadium Paul Green Michael Morgan[8]
 
Parramatta Eels 73rd season Bankwest Stadium Brad Arthur Tim Mannah & Clint Gutherson
 
Penrith Panthers 53rd season Panthers Stadium Ivan Cleary[9] James MaloneyJames Tamou[10]
 
South Sydney Rabbitohs 110th season ANZ Stadium Wayne Bennett Greg InglisSam Burgess[11]
 
St. George Illawarra Dragons 21st season Netstrata Jubilee Stadium & WIN Stadium Paul McGregor Gareth Widdop
 
Sydney Roosters 112th season Sydney Cricket Ground[12] Trent Robinson Jake Friend & Boyd Cordner
 
Wests Tigers 20th season Leichhardt Oval, Campbelltown Stadium & Bankwest Stadium[13] Michael Maguire[14] Moses Mbye[15]

Pre-seasonEdit

The 2019 pre-season featured the All Stars match held on February 15 at AAMI Park.[16] The 2019 World Club Challenge match saw the NRL premiers Sydney Roosters defeat the Super League champions Wigan Warriors.

Regular seasonEdit

For the first time, the NRL announced that the entirety of a round of games would be hosted at a single venue, adopting the Super League's Magic Weekend concept. Magic Round took place during Round 9 at Suncorp Stadium.[17]

State of Origin was played in Perth for the first time, with Game 2 of the 2019 series played at Optus Stadium.[18]

[citation needed]

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 F1 F2 F3 GF
Brisbane Broncos MEL
10
NQL
19
SGI
1
SYD
32
WTI
6
CAN
4
CRO
23
SOU
32
MAN
16
SYD
5
NZL
6
X GCT
8
PAR
28
NEW
14
CRO
2
NZL
0*
CBY
22
GCT
22
MEL
36
NQL
4
PEN
12
SOU
2
PAR
1*
CBY
16
PAR
58
Canberra Raiders GCT
21
MEL
12
NEW
7
NQL
18
PAR
19
BRI
4
MAN
4
PEN
18
SYD
6
SOU
4
NQL
6
CBY
2
WTI
28
CRO
2
PAR
6
X SGI
22
WTI
8
PEN
12
NZL
34
SYD
4
MEL
4
MAN
4
CRO
1*
NZL
4
MEL
2
X SOU
6
SYD
6
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs NZL
34
PAR
20
WTI
14
MEL
2
SGI
36
SOU
8
NQL
12
MAN
8
NEW
12
GCT
6
MEL
22
CAN
2
SGI
24
SYD
26
CRO
2
X NEW
6
BRI
22
SYD
8
PEN
8
WTI
2
SOU
8
PAR
6
NQL
7
BRI
16
Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks NEW
6
GCT
14
NQL
26
PAR
12
SYD
14
PEN
4
BRI
23
MEL
2
GCT
8
MAN
10
SGI
13
X PAR
20
CAN
2
CBY
2
BRI
2
MEL
24
NZL
1
NQL
2
SOU
15
PEN
6
SGI
6
NZL
26
CAN
1*
WTI
17
MAN
12
Gold Coast Titans CAN
21
CRO
14
SOU
8
NZL
16
PEN
6
NEW
24
WTI
16
NQL
14
CRO
8
CBY
6
MAN
18
NQL
2
BRI
8
NZL
4
MAN
18
X PEN
22
MEL
20
BRI
22
SYD
52
SGI
12
PAR
24
MEL
16
NEW
34
SGI
8
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles WTI
14
SYD
8
NZL
34
SOU
1*
NEW
8
SGI
2
CAN
4
CBY
8
BRI
16
CRO
10
GCT
18
PEN
3
NQL
2
SGI
20
GCT
18
X SOU
1
PAR
12
MEL
1*
NEW
24
NZL
8
WTI
20
CAN
4
MEL
30
PAR
16
CRO
12
SOU
8
Melbourne Storm BRI
10
CAN
12
PEN
30
CBY
2
NQL
6
SYD
1*
NZL
1
CRO
2
PAR
54
WTI
2
CBY
22
X NZL
22
NEW
30
SYD
2
SGI
2
CRO
24
GCT
20
MAN
1*
BRI
36
SOU
10
CAN
4
GCT
16
MAN
30
NQL
8
CAN
2
PAR
32
SYD
8
Newcastle Knights CRO
6
PEN
2
CAN
7
SGI
1*
MAN
8
GCT
24
PAR
14
NZL
18
CBY
12
SGI
33
SYD
26
X SOU
8
MEL
30
BRI
14
NZL
4
CBY
6
SYD
38
WTI
2
MAN
24
PAR
6
NQL
36
WTI
42
GCT
34
PEN
44
New Zealand Warriors CBY
34
WTI
28
MAN
34
GCT
16
SOU
4
NQL
7
MEL
1
NEW
18
SGI
8
PEN
20
BRI
6
X MEL
22
GCT
4
PEN
1*
NEW
4
BRI
0*
CRO
1
PAR
2
CAN
34
MAN
8
SYD
36
CRO
26
SOU
21
CAN
4
North Queensland Cowboys SGI
12
BRI
19
CRO
26
CAN
18
MEL
6
NZL
7
CBY
12
GCT
14
SOU
16
PAR
7
CAN
6
GCT
2
MAN
2
WTI
1*
SGI
8
X SYD
3
SOU
12
CRO
2
WTI
24
BRI
4
NEW
36
PEN
14
CBY
7
MEL
8
Parramatta Eels PEN
8
CBY
20
SYD
14
CRO
12
CAN
19
WTI
45
NEW
14
SGI
14
MEL
54
NQL
7
PEN
6
SOU
12
CRO
20
BRI
28
CAN
6
X WTI
12
MAN
12
NZL
2
SGI
8
NEW
6
GCT
24
CBY
6
BRI
1*
MAN
16
BRI
58
MEL
32
Penrith Panthers PAR
8
NEW
2
MEL
30
WTI
1*
GCT
6
CRO
4
SOU
4
CAN
18
WTI
26
NZL
20
PAR
6
MAN
3
SYD
9
SOU
1
NZL
1*
X GCT
22
SGI
22
CAN
12
CBY
8
CRO
6
BRI
12
NQL
14
SYD
16
NEW
44
South Sydney Rabbitohs SYD
10
SGI
16
GCT
8
MAN
1*
NZL
4
CBY
8
PEN
4
BRI
32
NQL
16
CAN
4
WTI
16
PAR
12
NEW
8
PEN
1
WTI
5
X MAN
1
NQL
12
SGI
4
CRO
15
MEL
10
CBY
8
BRI
2
NZL
21
SYD
6
SYD
24
MAN
8
CAN
6
St. George Illawarra Dragons NQL
12
SOU
16
BRI
1
NEW
1*
CBY
36
MAN
2
SYD
10
PAR
14
NZL
8
NEW
33
CRO
13
X CBY
24
MAN
20
NQL
8
MEL
2
CAN
22
PEN
22
SOU
4
PAR
8
GCT
12
CRO
6
SYD
22
WTI
28
GCT
8
Sydney Roosters SOU
10
MAN
8
PAR
14
BRI
32
CRO
14
MEL
1*
SGI
10
WTI
30
CAN
6
BRI
5
NEW
26
X PEN
9
CBY
26
MEL
2
WTI
8
NQL
3
NEW
38
CBY
8
GCT
52
CAN
4
NZL
36
SGI
22
PEN
16
SOU
6
SOU
24
X MEL
8
CAN
6
Wests Tigers MAN
14
NZL
28
CBY
14
PEN
1*
BRI
6
PAR
45
GCT
16
SYD
30
PEN
26
MEL
2
SOU
16
X CAN
28
NQL
1*
SOU
5
SYD
8
PAR
12
CAN
8
NEW
2
NQL
24
CBY
2
MAN
20
NEW
42
SGI
28
CRO
17
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 F1 F2 F3 GF

Bold – Opposition's Home game
X – Bye
* – Golden point game
Opponent for round listed above margin

LadderEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L B PF PA PD Pts
1   Melbourne Storm 24 20 0 4 1 631 300 +331 42
2   Sydney Roosters 24 17 0 7 1 627 363 +264 36
3   South Sydney Rabbitohs 24 16 0 8 1 521 417 +104 34
4   Canberra Raiders 24 15 0 9 1 524 374 +150 32
5   Parramatta Eels 24 14 0 10 1 533 473 +60 30
6   Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 24 14 0 10 1 496 446 +50 30
7   Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 24 12 0 12 1 514 464 +50 26
8   Brisbane Broncos 24 11 1 12 1 432 489 −57 25
9   Wests Tigers 24 11 0 13 1 475 486 −11 24
10   Penrith Panthers 24 11 0 13 1 413 474 −61 24
11   Newcastle Knights 24 10 0 14 1 485 522 −37 22
12   Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 24 10 0 14 1 326 477 −151 22
13   New Zealand Warriors 24 9 1 14 1 433 574 −141 21
14   North Queensland Cowboys 24 9 0 15 1 378 500 −122 20
15   St. George Illawarra Dragons 24 8 0 16 1 427 575 −148 18
16   Gold Coast Titans 24 4 0 20 1 370 651 −281 10


Ladder progressionEdit

  • Numbers highlighted in green indicate that the team finished the round inside the top 8.
  • Numbers highlighted in blue indicates the team finished first on the ladder in that round.
  • Numbers highlighted in red indicates the team finished last place on the ladder in that round.
  • Underlined numbers indicate that the team had a bye during that round.
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
1   Melbourne Storm 2 4 6 8 10 10 12 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 32 34 36 36 38 40 42
2   Sydney Roosters 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 16 16 18 18 20 20 22 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 36
3   South Sydney Rabbitohs 2 4 6 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 20 20 20 20 22 24 26 28 28 28 28 30 32 34
4   Canberra Raiders 2 2 4 6 8 10 10 12 12 12 12 14 16 18 18 20 22 24 26 28 28 30 30 32 32
5   Parramatta Eels 2 4 4 6 6 8 8 10 10 10 10 12 12 14 16 18 20 20 22 24 26 28 28 28 30
6   Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 0 0 2 4 6 6 8 10 10 12 12 12 14 16 18 20 20 22 24 26 26 28 30 30 30
7   Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 0 2 4 4 4 6 6 8 10 10 12 14 16 16 16 16 16 16 18 20 20 22 24 24 26
8   Brisbane Broncos 0 2 2 2 2 2 4 4 6 8 10 12 12 12 12 14 15 17 19 19 21 23 23 25 25
9   Wests Tigers 2 4 4 4 6 6 8 8 10 10 10 12 12 14 16 16 16 16 18 20 20 20 22 24 24
10   Penrith Panthers 0 2 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 20 20 22 22 22 22 24
11   Newcastle Knights 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 16 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 20 20 22 22
12   Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 0 0 2 2 2 2 4 4 4 6 6 6 6 6 8 10 12 12 12 14 16 18 20 20 22
13   New Zealand Warriors 2 2 2 4 4 4 4 4 6 8 8 10 10 12 12 14 15 17 17 17 19 19 19 19 21
14   North Queensland Cowboys 2 2 2 2 2 4 4 6 6 8 10 12 12 12 12 14 16 16 16 16 16 16 18 20 20
15   St. George Illawarra Dragons 0 0 2 4 6 8 8 8 8 8 8 10 12 12 14 14 14 14 14 14 16 16 16 16 18
16   Gold Coast Titans 0 0 0 0 2 4 4 4 4 4 6 6 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Finals seriesEdit

Parramatta Eels 58 – 0 Elimination Final win over Brisbane Broncos broke the record for the biggest winning margin in Finals history, beating the previous mark of 48 points when Newtown defeated St. George 55 – 7 in the 1944 Semi Finals. It also set a new record for the Broncos' biggest losing margin in a match.

Home Score Away Match Information
Date and Time (Local) Venue Referees Crowd
QUALIFYING & ELIMINATION FINALS
  Sydney Roosters 30 – 6   South Sydney Rabbitohs 13 September 2019, 7:50pm Sydney Cricket Ground Gerard Sutton
Adam Gee
30,370
  Melbourne Storm 10 – 12   Canberra Raiders 14 September 2019, 5:45pm AAMI Park Ashley Klein
Chris Sutton
20,136
  Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 28 – 16   Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 14 September 2019, 7:50pm Lottoland Matt Cecchin
Henry Perenara
15,495
  Parramatta Eels 58 – 0   Brisbane Broncos 15 September 2019, 4:05pm Bankwest Stadium Ben Cummins
Grant Atkins
29,372
SEMI FINALS
  South Sydney Rabbitohs 34 – 26   Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 20 September 2019, 7:50pm ANZ Stadium Gerard Sutton
Adam Gee
32,127
  Melbourne Storm 32 – 0   Parramatta Eels 21 September 2019, 7:50pm AAMI Park Ben Cummins
Grant Atkins
21,015
PRELIMINARY FINALS
  Canberra Raiders 16 – 10   South Sydney Rabbitohs 27 September 2019, 7:55pm GIO Stadium Canberra Ben Cummins
Grant Atkins
26,567
  Sydney Roosters 14 – 6   Melbourne Storm 28 September 2019, 7:55pm Sydney Cricket Ground Gerard Sutton
Adam Gee
32,814

† Match decided in extra time.

ChartEdit

  Qualifying / Elimination finals Semi-finals Preliminary finals Grand final
                                   
  QF1: 14 Sept, AAMI Park  
1    Melbourne 10  
4    Canberra 12     SF1: 21 Sept, AAMI Park  
       Melbourne 32    
EF1: 15 Sept, Bankwest Stadium        Parramatta 0       PF1: 27 Sept, GIO Stadium Canberra
5    Parramatta 58          Canberra 16  
8    Brisbane 0            South Sydney 10     GF: 6 Oct, ANZ Stadium
           Sydney 14
  EF2: 14 Sept, Lottoland       PF2: 28 Sept, Sydney Cricket Ground        Canberra 8
6    Manly-Warringah 28            Sydney 14  
7    Cronulla-Sutherland 16     SF2: 20 Sept, ANZ Stadium          Melbourne 6  
       South Sydney 34    
QF2: 13 Sept, Sydney Cricket Ground        Manly-Warringah 26    
2    Sydney 30  
3    South Sydney 6  


Grand FinalEdit

Sunday, 6 October
7:40pm (AEDT)
Sydney Roosters   14 – 8   Canberra Raiders
Tries:
Sam Verrills (7') 1
James Tedesco (73') 1
Goals:
Latrell Mitchell 3/5
(8', 21' pen, 74')
Sin Bin:
Cooper Cronk (50') 1
[19]
1st: 8 - 6
2nd: 6 - 2
Tries:
Jack Wighton (31') 1
Goals:
Jarrod Croker 2/2
(32', 50' pen)
ANZ Stadium
Attendance: 82,922
Clive Churchill Medal: Jack Wighton
Referee: Ben Cummins, Gerard Sutton

Player statistics and recordsEdit

  • In Round 5, Cameron Smith surpassed Hazem El Masri's career tally of 2,418 points to become the highest point scorer in NRL history. In Round 17 he played his 400th NRL career game, becoming the first player to ever do so.

The following statistics are as of the conclusion of Round 25.

2019 TransfersEdit

PlayersEdit

Player 2018 Club 2019 Club
Jordan Kahu   Brisbane Broncos   North Queensland Cowboys
Josh McGuire   Brisbane Broncos   North Queensland Cowboys
Korbin Sims   Brisbane Broncos   St. George Illawarra Dragons
Sam Tagataese   Brisbane Broncos Souths Logan Magpies (Intrust Super Cup)
Sam Thaiday   Brisbane Broncos Retirement
Blake Austin   Canberra Raiders   Super League: Warrington Wolves
Shannon Boyd   Canberra Raiders   Gold Coast Titans
Charlie Gubb   Canberra Raiders   Widnes Vikings
Junior Paulo   Canberra Raiders   Parramatta Eels
Greg Eastwood   Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Retirement
Matt Frawley   Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs   Super League: Huddersfield Giants
David Klemmer   Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs   Newcastle Knights
Moses Mbye   Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs   Wests Tigers
Brett Morris   Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs   Sydney Roosters
Josh Morris   Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs   Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
Clay Priest   Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs N/A
Aaron Woods   Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs   Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
Trent Hodkinson   Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks   Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
Valentine Holmes   Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks New York Jets (NFL)
Edrick Lee   Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks   Newcastle Knights
Ricky Leutele   Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Toronto Wolfpack
Luke Lewis   Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Retirement
Joseph Paulo   Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks   Super League: St. Helens
James Segeyaro   Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks   Brisbane Broncos
Ava Seumanufagai   Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks   Super League: Leeds Rhinos
Kane Elgey   Gold Coast Titans   Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
Brendan Elliot   Gold Coast Titans   Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
Konrad Hurrell   Gold Coast Titans   Super League: Leeds Rhinos
Ryan Simpkins   Gold Coast Titans Retirement
Lewis Brown   Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Retirement
Jackson Hastings   Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles   Super League: Salford Red Devils
Brian Kelly   Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles   Gold Coast Titans
Shaun Lane   Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles   Parramatta Eels
Akuila Uate   Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles   Super League: Huddersfield Giants
Frank Winterstein   Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles   Penrith Panthers
Jonathan Wright   Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Retirement
Matthew Wright   Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Central Queensland Capras (Intrust Super Cup)
Cheyse Blair   Melbourne Storm   Super League: Castleford Tigers
Tim Glasby   Melbourne Storm   Newcastle Knights
Ryan Hoffman   Melbourne Storm Retirement
Ryley Jacks   Melbourne Storm   Gold Coast Titans
Sam Kasiano   Melbourne Storm   Super League: Catalans Dragons
Patrick Kaufusi   Melbourne Storm   St. George Illawarra Dragons
Billy Slater   Melbourne Storm Retirement
Young Tonumaipea   Melbourne Storm Hiatus
Chris Heighington   Newcastle Knights Retirement
Brock Lamb   Newcastle Knights   Sydney Roosters
Jacob Lillyman   Newcastle Knights Retirement
Nathan Ross   Newcastle Knights Retirement
Ken Sio   Newcastle Knights   Super League: Salford Red Devils
Luke Yates   Newcastle Knights   Super League: London Broncos
James Gavet   New Zealand Warriors   Newcastle Knights
Anthony Gelling   New Zealand Warriors   Widnes Vikings
Shaun Johnson   New Zealand Warriors   Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
Simon Mannering   New Zealand Warriors Retirement
Albert Vete   New Zealand Warriors   Melbourne Storm
Lachlan Coote   North Queensland Cowboys   Super League: St. Helens
Shaun Fensom   North Queensland Cowboys   Brisbane Broncos
Kane Linnett   North Queensland Cowboys   Super League: Hull Kingston Rovers
Ethan Lowe   North Queensland Cowboys   South Sydney Rabbitohs
Johnathan Thurston   North Queensland Cowboys Retirement
Antonio Winterstein   North Queensland Cowboys Retirement
Kirisome Auva'a   Parramatta Eels Retirement
Kenny Edwards   Parramatta Eels   Super League: Catalans Dragons
Bevan French   Parramatta Eels   Super League: Wigan Warriors
Jarryd Hayne   Parramatta Eels Retirement
Cameron King   Parramatta Eels Featherstone Rovers
Suaia Matagi   Parramatta Eels   Super League: Huddersfield Giants
Corey Norman   Parramatta Eels   St. George Illawarra Dragons
Kaysa Pritchard   Parramatta Eels Retirement
Beau Scott   Parramatta Eels Retirement
Siosaia Vave   Parramatta Eels N/A
Tony Williams   Parramatta Eels N/A
Corey Harawira-Naera   Penrith Panthers   Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
Sam McKendry   Penrith Panthers Retirement
Trent Merrin   Penrith Panthers   Super League: Leeds Rhinos
Tyrone Peachey   Penrith Panthers   Gold Coast Titans
Peter Wallace   Penrith Panthers Retirement
Jason Clark   South Sydney Rabbitohs   Super League: Warrington Wolves
Angus Crichton   South Sydney Rabbitohs   Sydney Roosters
Robbie Farah   South Sydney Rabbitohs   Wests Tigers
Hymel Hunt   South Sydney Rabbitohs   Newcastle Knights
Robert Jennings   South Sydney Rabbitohs   Wests Tigers
Leeson Ah Mau   St. George Illawarra Dragons   New Zealand Warriors
Nene Macdonald   St. George Illawarra Dragons   North Queensland Cowboys
Kurt Mann   St. George Illawarra Dragons   Newcastle Knights
Jason Nightingale   St. George Illawarra Dragons Retirement
Kurt Baptiste   Sydney Roosters   North Queensland Cowboys
Blake Ferguson   Sydney Roosters   Parramatta Eels
Ryan Matterson   Sydney Roosters   Wests Tigers
Dylan Napa   Sydney Roosters   Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
Frank-Paul Nu'uausala   Sydney Roosters Retirement
Reece Robinson   Sydney Roosters Retirement
Pita Godinet   Wests Tigers Villeneuve Leopards (Elite One Championship)
Tim Grant   Wests Tigers   Penrith Panthers
Tuimoala Lolohea   Wests Tigers   Super League: Leeds Rhinos
Matt McIlwrick   Wests Tigers   Parramatta Eels
Kevin Naiqama   Wests Tigers   Super League: St. Helens
Robbie Rochow   Wests Tigers Retirement
Sauaso Sue   Wests Tigers   Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
Malakai Watene-Zelezniak   Wests Tigers   Penrith Panthers
Ryan Hall   Super League: Leeds Rhinos   Sydney Roosters
Tyrone Roberts   Super League: Warrington Wolves   Gold Coast Titans
John Bateman   Super League: Wigan Warriors   Canberra Raiders
Ryan Sutton   Super League: Wigan Warriors   Canberra Raiders
Drew Hutchison   Leigh Centurions   Sydney Roosters
Lachlan Maranta Queensland Reds (Super Rugby)   St. George Illawarra Dragons
Lachlan Burr N/A   New Zealand Warriors

Source:[20]

CoachesEdit

Coach 2018 Club 2019 Club
Wayne Bennett   Brisbane Broncos   South Sydney Rabbitohs
Shane Flanagan   Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Indefinite ban[21]
Anthony Seibold   South Sydney Rabbitohs   Brisbane Broncos
Ivan Cleary   Wests Tigers   Penrith Panthers
Des Hasler N/A   Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
Michael Maguire N/A   Wests Tigers

ReferencesEdit

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  2. ^ "Raiders to have Two Captains in 2019". Raiders.com.au. 20 December 2018.
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  4. ^ "Club Statement". Titans.com.au. 14 July 2019.
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  13. ^ "Wests Tigers to play four matches at new stadium in 2019". NRL.com. 15 September 2018.
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