List of 2022–23 Super Rugby transfers (Australia)

This is a list of player movements for Super Rugby teams prior to the end of the 2023 Super Rugby Pacific season. Departure and arrivals of all players that were included in a Super Rugby squad for 2022 or 2023 are listed here, regardless of when it occurred. Future-dated transfers are only included if confirmed by the player or his agent, his former team or his new team.

Notes
  • 2022 players listed are all players that were named in the initial senior squad, or subsequently included in a 23-man match day squad at any game during the season.
  • (did not play) denotes that a player did not play at all during the season due to injury or non-selection. These players are included to indicate they were contracted to the team.
  • (short-term) denotes that a player wasn't initially contracted, but came in during the season. This could either be a club rugby player coming in as injury cover, or a player whose contract had expired at another team (typically in the northern hemisphere).
  • (development squad) denotes a player that wasn't named in the original squad, but was announced as signing as a development player. These are often younger players or club players. Different teams use different names for development players. Other names used include (wider training group) or (wider training squad).
  • Flags are only shown for players moving to or from another country.
  • Players may play in several positions, but are listed in only one.


Brumbies edit

Brumbies transfers 2022–2023
Pos 2022 squad[1] Out In 2023 players[2]
PR Allan Alaalatoa[3]
Fred Kaihea[4]
Sefo Kautai[5]
Tom Ross[6]
Scott Sio[7]
James Slipper[8]
  Scott Sio (to   Exeter Chiefs)[9]   Blake Schoupp (from Southern Districts)[10]
  Rhys van Nek (from Rebels)[10]
  Harry Vella (from Canberra Royals)[11]
Allan Alaalatoa[12]
Fred Kaihea[13]
Sefo Kautai[14]
Tom Ross[6]
Blake Schoupp (short-term)
James Slipper[8]
Rhys van Nek (short-term)
Harry Vella
HK Folau Fainga'a[15]
Lachlan Lonergan[16]
Connal McInerney[17]
Billy Pollard[18]
  Folau Fainga'a (to Force)[19]   John Ulugia (unattached)[20] Lachlan Lonergan[21]
Connal McInerney[17]
Billy Pollard[18]
John Ulugia (short-term)
LK Nick Frost[22]
Tom Hooper[23]
Cadeyrn Neville[24]
Darcy Swain[25]
  Sam Thomson (from Warringah)[26]
  Jack Wright (from Tuggeranong Vikings)[27]
Nick Frost[28]
Tom Hooper[29]
Cadeyrn Neville[30]
Darcy Swain[31]
Sam Thomson (short-term)
Jack Wright (short-term)
BR Jahrome Brown[32]
Ed Kennedy[23]
Luke Reimer[32]
Pete Samu[33]
Rory Scott[34]
Rob Valetini[35]
  Charlie Cale (from Uni-Norths Owls)[36] Jahrome Brown[32]
Charlie Cale
Ed Kennedy[37]
Luke Reimer[38]
Pete Samu[39]
Rory Scott[34]
Rob Valetini[40]
SH Lachie Albert[1]
Ryan Lonergan[41]
Nic White[42]
  Lachie Albert (to Eastwood)[2]   Pedro Rolando (from Canberra Royals)[43]
  Klayton Thorn (from Gungahlin Eagles)[44]
Ryan Lonergan[21]
Pedro Rolando (short-term)
Klayton Thorn
Nic White[45]
FH Rodney Iona[46]
Noah Lolesio[47]
  Rodney Iona (to   New Orleans Gold)[48]   Nathan Carroll (from Queanbeyan Whites)[44]
  Jack Debreczeni (from   Hino Red Dolphins)[49]
Nathan Carroll
Jack Debreczeni
Noah Lolesio[50]
CE Hudson Creighton[51]
Chris Feauai-Sautia[52]
Len Ikitau[53]
Ollie Sapsford[54]
Irae Simone[55]
  Irae Simone (to   Clermont)[56]   Tamati Tua (from   Blues)[57] Hudson Creighton[51]
Chris Feauai-Sautia[58]
Len Ikitau[53]
Ollie Sapsford[54]
Tamati Tua
WG Cam Clark[59]
Andy Muirhead[60]
Tom Wright[61]
  Cam Clark (released)[2]   Ben O'Donnell (from   Connacht)[62]
  Corey Toole (from Australia Sevens)[63]
Andy Muirhead[64]
Ben O'Donnell
Corey Toole
Tom Wright[61]
FB Tom Banks[65]
Jesse Mogg[66]
  Tom Banks (to   Mie Honda Heat)[67]   Declan Meredith (from Wests Lions)[68] Declan Meredith
Jesse Mogg[66]
Coach Dan McKellar[69]   Dan McKellar (to   Australia (assistant))[70]   Stephen Larkham (from   Munster)[71] Stephen Larkham

Force edit

Force transfers 2022–2023
Pos 2022 squad[72] Out In 2023 players[73]
PR Bo Abra[72]
Greg Holmes[72]
Harry Lloyd[74]
Santiago Medrano[75]
Tom Robertson[72]
Angus Wagner[76]
  Greg Holmes (retired)[77]
  Harry Lloyd (released)[73]
  Siosifa Amone (from Associates)[78]
  Charlie Hancock (from Sydney University)[79]
  Marley Pearce (from Joondalup)[80]
  Wilton Rebolo (from   Rugby New York)[81]
  Andrew Romano (from Cottesloe)[78]
Bo Abra[82]
Siosifa Amone
Charlie Hancock
Santiago Medrano[83]
Marley Pearce (short-term)
Wilton Rebolo
Tom Robertson[73]
Andrew Romano
Angus Wagner[82]
HK Feleti Kaitu'u[76]
Andrew Ready[84]
Jack Winchester[85]
  Andrew Ready (to   Colomiers)[86]   Folau Fainga'a (from Brumbies)[19]
  Tom Horton (from Waratahs)[87]
Folau Fainga'a
Tom Horton (short-term)
Feleti Kaitu'u[88]
Jack Winchester[88]
LK Ryan McCauley[89]
Will Sankey (short-term)[90]
Jeremy Thrush[72]
  Felix Kalapu (from   Old Glory DC)[91]
  Jeremy Williams (from Waratahs)[92]
Felix Kalapu
Ryan McCauley[93]
Izack Rodda[94]
Will Sankey[93]
Jeremy Thrush (short-term)[87]
Jeremy Williams
BR Tim Anstee[95]
Ollie Callan[96]
Kane Koteka[96]
Fergus Lee-Warner[96]
Alex Masibaka (short-term)[97]
Jackson Pugh[98]
Izack Rodda[99]
Brynard Stander[100]
  Fergus Lee-Warner (to   Worcester Warriors)[101]
  Alex Masibaka (to   Montpellier)[102]
  Brynard Stander (released)[103]
  Isi Naisarani (from   Shizuoka Blue Revs)[104]
  Jacob Norris (from   Bay of Plenty)[105]
  Ned Slack-Smith (from Warringah)[78]
  Carlo Tizzano (from Waratahs)[106]
  Rahboni Warren-Vosayaco (from Waratahs)[107]
  Michael Wells (from Rebels)[108]
Tim Anstee[109]
Ollie Callan[110]
Kane Koteka[109]
Isi Naisarani (short-term)
Jacob Norris (short-term)
Jackson Pugh[110]
Ned Slack-Smith
Carlo Tizzano (short-term)
Rahboni Warren-Vosayaco (short-term)
Michael Wells
SH Issak Fines-Leleiwasa[111]
Michael McDonald[112]
Ian Prior[113]
  Michael McDonald (to   Ulster)[114]   Henry Robertson (from Waratahs)[115]
  Gareth Simpson (from   Saracens)[116]
Issak Fines-Leleiwasa[111]
Ian Prior[115]
Henry Robertson
Gareth Simpson (short-term)
FH Bayley Kuenzle[111]
Jake McIntyre[117]
Reesjan Pasitoa[118]
  Jake McIntyre (to   Perpignan)[119]   Max Burey (from Australia Sevens)[120]
  Bryce Hegarty (from   Leicester Tigers)[121]
  Hamish Stewart (from Reds)[122]
Max Burey (short-term)
Bryce Hegarty
Bayley Kuenzle[111]
Reesjan Pasitoa[118]
Hamish Stewart
CE Kyle Godwin[123]
Richard Kahui[72]
Grason Makara[98]
  Kyle Godwin (to   Lyon)[124]
  Richard Kahui (retired)[77]
  Oliver Cummins (from Scots College)[73]
  Nikolai Foliaki (from   Counties Manukau)[107]
  George Poolman (from Sydney University)[78]
  Sam Spink (from   Wasps)[125]
Oliver Cummins
Nikolai Foliaki (short-term)
Grason Makara[73]
George Poolman
Sam Spink
WG Daniel Ala (did not play)[126]
Brad Lacey[127]
Manasa Mataele[128]
Toni Pulu[72]
Byron Ralston[127]
Reece Tapine[111]
  Brad Lacey (released)[103]
  Byron Ralston (to   Connacht)[129]
  Zach Kibirige (from   Wasps)[130]
  Rupeni Mataele (from Scots College)[78]
Daniel Ala[73]
Zach Kibirige (short-term)
Manasa Mataele[128]
Rupeni Mataele
Toni Pulu[73]
Reece Tapine[111]
FB Jack McGregor[127]
Jake Strachan[98]
  Jack McGregor (to Gordon)[103]   Chase Tiatia (from   Chiefs)[131] Jake Strachan[98]
Chase Tiatia
Coach Tim Sampson[132]   Tim Sampson (to Rebels (assistant coach))[133]   Simon Cron (from   Toyota Verblitz)[134] Simon Cron

Rebels edit

Rebels transfers 2022–2023
Pos 2022 squad[135] Out In 2023 players[136]
PR Isaac Aedo Kailea (wider-training squad)[137]
Cabous Eloff[135]
Sef Fa'agase (short-term)[138]
Pone Fa'amausili[139]
Matt Gibbon[140]
Patrick Lavemai (did not play)[141]
Cameron Orr[142]
Emosi Tuqiri (wider-training squad, did not play)[143]
Rhys van Nek[135]
  Sef Fa'agase (to Reds)[144]
  Patrick Lavemai (to academy squad)[136]
  Emosi Tuqiri (to   Drua)[145]
  Rhys van Nek (to Brumbies)[10]
  Jaiden Christian (from Brothers)[146]
  Sam Talakai (from   Tokyo Sungoliath)[147]
Isaac Aedo Kailea[146]
Jaiden Christian
Cabous Eloff[148]
Pone Fa'amausili[149]
Matt Gibbon[150]
Cameron Orr[151]
Sam Talakai
HK James Hanson[152]
Efi Ma'afu[152]
Jordan Uelese[153]
  James Hanson (retired)[154]
  Efi Ma'afu (to   Rouen)[155]
  Theo Fourie (from Souths)[146]
  Alex Mafi (from Reds)[156]
  Anaru Rangi (from   Urayasu D-Rocks)[150]
Theo Fourie
Alex Mafi
Anaru Rangi
Jordan Uelese[157]
LK Josh Canham[146]
Ross Haylett-Petty[158]
Josh Hill (short-term)[159]
Trevor Hosea[160]
Tom Nowlan[135]
Matt Philip[161]
  Ross Haylett-Petty (to Randwick)[154]
  Josh Hill (returned to   Otago)[136]
  Tom Nowlan (to   Shimizu Koto Blue Sharks)[162]
  Tim Cardall (from   Wasps)[163]
  Angelo Smith (from Wests)[163]
  Tuaina Taii Tualima (from Reds)[164]
Josh Canham[146]
Tim Cardall
Trevor Hosea[160]
Matt Philip[161]
Angelo Smith
Tuaina Taii Tualima
BR Richard Hardwick[158]
Eyda Haisila (did not play)[141]
Michael Icely (wider-training squad, did not play)[143]
Tamati Ioane[158]
Josh Kemeny[158]
Rob Leota[165]
Sione Lolesio (wider-training squad, did not play)[143]
Daniel Maiava[141]
Antonio Masina (did not play)[141]
Joeli Niubalavu (did not play)[141]
Sam Wallis (short-term)[138]
Michael Wells[166]
Brad Wilkin[166]
  Eyda Haisila (to academy squad)[136]
  Michael Icely (to Waratahs)[167]
  Sione Lolesio (to academy squad)[136]
  Antonio Masina (to academy squad)[136]
  Joeli Niubalavu (to academy squad)
  Sam Wallis (to University of Queensland)[136]
  Michael Wells (to Force)[108]
  Vaiolini Ekuasi (from   Blues)[163]
  Zac Hough (from Wests)[168]
Vaiolini Ekuasi
Richard Hardwick[158]
Zac Hough
Tamati Ioane[164]
Josh Kemeny[158]
Rob Leota[165]
Daniel Maiava[169]
Brad Wilkin[170]
SH Joe Powell[158]
Moses Sorovi[158]
James Tuttle[135]
  Joe Powell (to   London Irish)[171]   Ryan Louwrens (from   Austin Gilgronis)[172] Ryan Louwrens
Moses Sorovi[136]
James Tuttle[173]
FH Carter Gordon[174]
Mason Gordon (wider-training squad, did not play)[143]
Nick Jooste (short-term)[159]
Sebastian Sialau (did not play)[141]
  Sebastian Sialau (to academy squad)[136] Carter Gordon[175]
Mason Gordon[169]
Nick Jooste[176]
CE Stacey Ili[152]
Lebron Naea (did not play)[141]
Ray Nu'u[135]
Lukas Ripley[168]
Jeral Skelton (did not play)[177]
Young Tonumaipea[178]
Matt To'omua[179]
  Jeral Skelton (to Canterbury Bulldogs)[180][181]
  Young Tonumaipea (to Melbourne Storm)[154][182]
  Matt To'omua (to   Mitsubishi DynaBoars)[183][184]
  David Feliuai (from   Baia Mare)[136]
  David Vaihu (from academy squad)[169]
David Feliuai
Stacey Ili[151]
Lebron Naea[136]
Ray Nu'u[136]
Lukas Ripley[168]
David Vaihu
WG Lachie Anderson[185]
Andrew Kellaway[158]
Divad Palu (did not play)[141]
Joe Pincus (did not play)[158]
Glen Vaihu (short-term)[138]
Ilikena Vudogo[177]
  Divad Palu (to academy squad)[136]   Monty Ioane (from   Benetton)[186] Lachie Anderson[185]
Monty Ioane
Andrew Kellaway[187]
Joe Pincus[136]
Glen Vaihu[188]
Ilikena Vudogo[177]
FB Reece Hodge[189]
George Worth[152]
  George Worth (to Eastwood)[136] Reece Hodge[189]
Coach Kevin Foote[158] Kevin Foote[158]

Reds edit

Reds transfers 2022–2023
Pos 2022 squad[190] Out In 2023 players[191]
PR Albert Anae (short-term)[192]
Sef Fa'agase (short-term)[193]
Feao Fotuaika[194]
Harry Hoopert[195]
Zane Nonggorr[190]
Taniela Tupou[196]
Dane Zander[194]
  Albert Anae (released)[191]
  Feao Fotuaika (to   Lyon)[197]
  Peni Ravai (unattached)[198]
  Phransis Sula-Siaosi (from Souths)[199]
Sef Fa'agase[200]
Harry Hoopert[195]
Zane Nonggorr[201]
Peni Ravai
Phransis Sula-Siaosi
Taniela Tupou[196]
Dane Zander[194]
HK Richie Asiata[194]
George Blake (development squad, did not play)[190]
Matt Faessler (short-term)[202]
Alex Mafi[203]
Josh Nasser[204]
  Alex Mafi (to Rebels)[156] Richie Asiata[201]
George Blake[205]
Matt Faessler[206]
Josh Nasser[206]
LK Angus Blyth[207]
Lopeti Faifua[190]
Lukhan Salakaia-Loto[208]
Ryan Smith[204]
Tuaina Taii Tualima[204]
Connor Vest (short-term)[209]
  Lukhan Salakaia-Loto (to   Northampton Saints)[210]
  Tuaina Taii Tualima (to Rebels)[164]
  Wilson Blyth (from Bond University)[205]
  Luke Jones (from   Racing 92)[211]
  Jake Upfield (from Bond University)[212]
Angus Blyth[207]
Wilson Blyth
Lopeti Faifua[213]
Luke Jones
Ryan Smith[213]
Jake Upfield (short-term)
Connor Vest[213]
BR Fraser McReight[214]
Angus Scott-Young[215]
Seru Uru[216]
Harry Wilson[217]
Liam Wright[215]
  Angus Scott-Young (to   Northampton Saints)[218]   Connor Anderson (from Wests)[199]
  Keynan Tauakipulu (from Wests)[191]
Connor Anderson
Fraser McReight[214]
Keynan Tauakipulu
Seru Uru[216]
Harry Wilson[217]
Liam Wright[219]
SH Spencer Jeans[220]
Tate McDermott[214]
Kalani Thomas[221]
  Louis Werchon (from Wests)[222] Spencer Jeans[205]
Tate McDermott[214]
Kalani Thomas[221]
Louis Werchon (short-term)
FH Lawson Creighton[216]
Tom Lynagh (did not play)[223]
James O'Connor[224]
Lawson Creighton[205]
Tom Lynagh[223]
James O'Connor[224]
CE Josh Flook[220]
Isaac Henry[221]
Hunter Paisami[225]
Jordan Petaia[226]
Hamish Stewart[227]
  Hamish Stewart (to Force)[228][122] Josh Flook[220]
Isaac Henry[221]
Hunter Paisami[225]
Jordan Petaia[229]
WG Jock Campbell[195]
Filipo Daugunu[230]
Ilaisa Droasese[216]
Suliasi Vunivalu[231]
  Ilaisa Droasese (to   Drua)[232] Jock Campbell[233]
Filipo Daugunu[230]
Suliasi Vunivalu[234]
FB Floyd Aubrey (short-term)[235]
Mac Grealy[221]
  Taj Annan (from Souths)[212]
  Paddy James (from Brothers)[222]
Taj Annan (short-term)
Floyd Aubrey[191]
Mac Grealy[221]
Paddy James (short-term)
Coach Brad Thorn[236] Brad Thorn[236]

Waratahs edit

Waratahs transfers 2022–2023
Pos 2022 squad[237] Out In 2023 players[238]
PR Angus Bell[239]
Adrian Brown (wider training squad, did not play)[240]
Tetera Faulkner[237]
Archer Holz (wider training squad)[241]
Harry Johnson-Holmes[242]
Paddy Ryan (short-term)[243]
Ruan Smith[241]
Tiaan Tauakipulu[240]
Hamdahn Tuipulotu (wider training squad, did not play)[244]
  Adrian Brown (to Eastwood)[238]
  Paddy Ryan (to   San Diego Legion)[245]
  Ruan Smith (to   Lions)[246]
  Hamdahn Tuipulotu (to   Auckland)[238]
  Daniel Botha (from Sydney University)[247]
  Tom Lambert (from   Glasgow Warriors)[248]
  Sateki Latu (from Warringah)[249]
  Nephi Leatigaga (from   Leicester Tigers)[250]
Angus Bell[251]
Daniel Botha (short-term)
Tetera Faulkner[238]
Archer Holz[238]
Harry Johnson-Holmes[252]
Tom Lambert
Sateki Latu (short-term)
Nephi Leatigaga (short-term)
Tiaan Tauakipulu[240]
HK Ed Craig (short-term)[253]
Tom Horton[254]
Dave Porecki[255]
Mahe Vailanu (short-term)[256]
  Ed Craig (to Eastwood)[238]
  Tom Horton (to Force)[87]
  Tolu Latu (from   Stade Français)[257] Tolu Latu
Dave Porecki[258]
Mahe Vailanu[238]
LK Hugh Bokenham (did not play)[237]
Geoff Cridge[244]
Max Douglas[237]
Jed Holloway[259]
Hugh Sinclair[260]
Jeremy Williams (wider training squad)[261]
  Hugh Bokenham (to Sydney University)[262]
  Geoff Cridge (to   Bayonne)[262][263]
  Max Douglas (to   Yokohama Canon Eagles)[264][262]
  Jeremy Williams (to Force)[92]
  Zane Marolt (from Queanbeyan Whites[265]
  Taleni Seu (from   Toyota Industries Shuttles Aichi)[265]
  Ola Tauelangi (from Gordon)[266]
  Zac Von Appen (from Sydney University[265]
Jed Holloway[267]
Zane Marolt
Taleni Seu
Hugh Sinclair[238]
Ola Tauelangi (short-term)
Zac Von Appen
BR Charlie Gamble (wider training squad)[261]
Langi Gleeson (wider training squad)[240]
Ned Hanigan[268]
Will Harris[237]
Michael Hooper[261]
Lachlan Swinton[269]
Carlo Tizzano[237]
Rahboni Warren-Vosayaco[270]
  Carlo Tizzano (to Force)[106]
  Rahboni Warren-Vosayaco (to Force)[107]
  Michael Icely (from Rebels)[167]
  Hunter Ward (from Manly)[271]
Charlie Gamble[238]
Langi Gleeson[240]
Ned Hanigan[238]
Will Harris[272]
Michael Hooper[273]
Michael Icely (short-term)
Lachlan Swinton[238]
Hunter Ward (short-term)
SH Jake Gordon[239]
Jack Grant[274]
Henry Robertson (wider training squad)[275]
Teddy Wilson (short-term)[276]
  Jack Grant (to   Ealing Trailfinders)[277]
  Henry Robertson (to Force)[115]
  Harrison Goddard (from   LA Giltinis)[278] Harrison Goddard
Jake Gordon[239]
Teddy Wilson[279]
FH Ben Donaldson[280]
Tane Edmed[281]
  Jack Bowen (from Eastern Suburbs)[282] Jack Bowen
Ben Donaldson[280]
Tane Edmed[283]
CE Lalakai Foketi[284]
Izaia Perese[285]
Jamie Roberts[286]
Mosese Tuipulotu (wider training squad, did not play)[261]
Joey Walton (did not play)[237]
  Jamie Roberts (retired)[262] Lalakai Foketi[287]
Izaia Perese[288]
Mosese Tuipulotu[238]
Joey Walton[238]
WG Mark Nawaqanitawase[289]
Alex Newsome[289]
Dylan Pietsch (wider training squad)[290]
James Ramm[291]
Triston Reilly[237]
James Turner (short-term)[292]
  Alex Newsome (to   Clermont)[262][56]
  James Ramm (to   Northampton Saints)[293]
  Triston Reilly (to Wests Tigers)[294]
  James Turner (to Australia Sevens)[238]
  Ben Dowling (from Randwick)[282]
  Nemani Nadolo (from   Leicester Tigers)[295]
  Harry Wilson (from Eastwood)[279]
Ben Dowling
Nemani Nadolo
Mark Nawaqanitawase[289]
Dylan Pietsch[296]
Harry Wilson
FB Kurtley Beale (short-term)[297]
Tevita Funa[298]
Will Harrison[299]
  Tevita Funa (to Western Sydney Two Blues)[262]   Max Jorgensen (from St Joseph's College)[300] Kurtley Beale[297]
Will Harrison[299]
Max Jorgensen
Coach Darren Coleman[301] Darren Coleman[301]

See also edit

References edit

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