List of 2023–24 Super Rugby transfers (New Zealand)

This is a list of player movements for Super Rugby teams prior to the end of the 2024 Super Rugby Pacific season. Departure and arrivals of all players that were included in a Super Rugby squad for 2023 or 2024 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
  • 2023 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.

Blues edit

Blues transfers 2023–2024
Pos 2023 squad[1] Out In 2024 players[2]
PR Josh Fusitua[3]
Alex Hodgman[4]
Nepo Laulala[5]
James Lay[1]
Jordan Lay (short-term)[6]
Marcel Renata[1]
Ofa Tuʻungafasi[7]
  Alex Hodgman (to   Reds)[8]
  Nepo Laulala (to   Toulouse)[9]
  James Lay (to Moana Pasifika)[10]
  PJ Sheck (from Highlanders)[2]
  Angus Taʻavao (from Chiefs)[11]
Josh Fusitua[3]
Jordan Lay[2]
Marcel Renata[2]
PJ Sheck
Angus Taʻavao
Ofa Tuʻungafasi[7]
HK Kurt Eklund[12]
Ricky Riccitelli[13]
Soane Vikena[14]
Kurt Eklund[2]
Ricky Riccitelli[15]
Soane Vikena[14]
LK Sam Darry[16]
Taine Plumtree[1]
James Tucker[1]
Patrick Tuipulotu[17]
  Taine Plumtree (to   Scarlets)[18]
  James Tucker (to Hurricanes)[19]
  Josh Beehre (from Auckland)[2]
  Laghlan McWhannell (from Chiefs)[20]
Josh Beehre
Sam Darry[21]
Laghlan McWhannell
Patrick Tuipulotu[17]
BR Adrian Choat[22]
Akira Ioane[1]
Dalton Papalii[23]
Tom Robinson[24]
Rob Rush[1]
Anton Segner[25]
Hoskins Sotutu[26]
Cameron Suafoa[1]
  Tom Robinson (to   Toyota Verblitz)[27]   James Thompson (from Counties Manukau)[2] Adrian Choat[21]
Akira Ioane[21]
Dalton Papalii[23]
Rob Rush[2]
Anton Segner[25]
Hoskins Sotutu[26]
Cameron Suafoa[21]
James Thompson
SH Finlay Christie[1]
Taufa Funaki[22]
Sam Nock[1]
Finlay Christie[2]
Taufa Funaki[22]
Sam Nock[2]
FH Beauden Barrett[28]
Stephen Perofeta[29]
Harry Plummer[24]
  Beauden Barrett (to   Toyota Verblitz)[30]   Lucas Cashmore (from Bay of Plenty)[2] Lucas Cashmore
Stephen Perofeta[21]
Harry Plummer[21]
CE Corey Evans[22]
Bryce Heem[1]
Rieko Ioane[31]
Tanielu Teleʻa (did not play)[1]
Roger Tuivasa-Sheck[32]
  Tanielu Teleʻa (to Highlanders)[33]
  Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (to New Zealand Warriors)[34]
  Meihana Grindlay (from Taranaki)[2] Corey Evans[22]
Meihana Grindlay
Bryce Heem[2]
Rieko Ioane[35]
WG Caleb Clarke[36]
AJ Lam[1]
Jacob Ratumaitavuki-Kneepkens[1]
Caleb Tangitau[1]
Mark Telea[37]
  Jacob Ratumaitavuki-Kneepkens (to Highlanders)[38]   Kade Banks (from North Harbour)[2] Kade Banks
Caleb Clarke[36]
AJ Lam[2]
Caleb Tangitau[2]
Mark Telea[39]
FB Zarn Sullivan[40]   Cole Forbes (from Bay of Plenty)[2] Cole Forbes
Zarn Sullivan[40]
Coach Leon MacDonald[41]   Leon MacDonald (to   New Zealand (assistant))[42]   Vern Cotter (from   Fiji)[43] Vern Cotter

Chiefs edit

Chiefs transfers 2023–2024
Pos 2023 squad[44] Out In 2024 players[45]
PR George Dyer[44]
Atu Moli[44]
Ollie Norris[44]
Jared Proffit[44]
Aidan Ross[46]
John Ryan[47]
Angus Taʻavao (did not play)[44]
Solomone Tukuafu (short-term)[48]
  Atu Moli (to   Force)[49]
  John Ryan (to   Munster)[50]
  Angus Taʻavao (to Blues)[11]
  Solomone Tukuafu (returned to Waikato)[51]
  Sione Ahio (from Auckland)[45]
  Kauvaka Kaivelata (from Counties Manukau)[45]
  Reuben O'Neill (from Crusaders)[45]
Sione Ahio
George Dyer[45]
Kauvaka Kaivelata
Ollie Norris[45]
Reuben O'Neill
Jared Proffit[45]
Aidan Ross[46]
HK Bradley Slater[44]
Samisoni Taukei'aho[52]
Tyrone Thompson[44]
Bradley Slater[45]
Samisoni Taukei'aho[53]
Tyrone Thompson[45]
LK Naitoa Ah Kuoi[54]
Josh Lord[44]
Laghlan McWhannell[44]
Brodie Retallick[55]
Manaaki Selby-Rickit[56]
Tupou Vaa'i[57]
  Laghlan McWhannell (to Blues)[20]
  Brodie Retallick (to   Kobelco Kobe Steelers)[58]
  Jimmy Tupou (from Counties Manukau)[45] Naitoa Ah Kuoi[45]
Josh Lord[45]
Manaaki Selby-Rickit[56]
Jimmy Tupou
Tupou Vaa'i[57]
BR Kaylum Boshier[59]
Sam Cane[60]
Samipeni Finau[54]
Luke Jacobson[44]
Simon Parker[44]
Pita Gus Sowakula[61]
  Sam Cane (to   Suntory Sungoliath)[62]
  Pita Gus Sowakula (to   Clermont)[63]
  Tom Florence (from   New Orleans Gold)[45]
  Wallace Sititi (from North Harbour)[45]
  Malachi Wrampling-Alec (from Waikato)[45]
Kaylum Boshier[45]
Samipeni Finau[54]
Tom Florence
Luke Jacobson[64]
Simon Parker[45]
Wallace Sititi
Malachi Wrampling-Alec
SH Cortez Ratima[44]
Xavier Roe (did not play)[44]
Te Toiroa Tahuriorangi[65]
Brad Weber[66]
  Brad Weber (to   Stade Français)[67] Cortez Ratima[68]
Xavier Roe[68]
Te Toiroa Tahuriorangi[68]
FH Bryn Gatland[69]
Josh Ioane[44]
Damian McKenzie[70]
Rivez Reihana[44]
  Bryn Gatland (to   Kobelco Kobe Steelers)[71]
  Rivez Reihana (to Crusaders)[72]
  Kaleb Trask (from   Mie Honda Heat)[73] Josh Ioane[45]
Damian McKenzie[74]
Kaleb Trask
CE Lalomilo Lalomilo (short-term)[75]
Anton Lienert-Brown[76]
Alex Nankivell[44]
Rameka Poihipi[44]
Daniel Rona (short-term)[77]
Quinn Tupaea (did not play)[78]
Gideon Wrampling[44]
  Lalomilo Lalomilo (to Moana Pasifika)[79]
  Alex Nankivell (to   Munster)[80]
Anton Lienert-Brown[81]
Rameka Poihipi[82]
Daniel Rona[83]
Quinn Tupaea[84]
Gideon Wrampling[82]
WG Solomon Alaimalo (short-term)[85]
Liam Coombes-Fabling (short-term)[86]
Peniasi Malimali[44]
Etene Nanai-Seturo[87]
Emoni Narawa[44]
Ngane Punivai[44]
  Solomon Alaimalo (to   Wests Tigers)[88]
  Ngane Punivai (to Hurricanes)[89]
Liam Coombes-Fabling[45]
Peniasi Malimali[45]
Etene Nanai-Seturo[90]
Emoni Narawa[90]
FB Shaun Stevenson[91] Shaun Stevenson[92]
Coach Clayton McMillan[93] Clayton McMillan[94]

Crusaders edit

Crusaders transfers 2023–2024
Pos 2023 squad[95] Out In 2024 players[96]
PR John Afoa (short-term)[97]
George Bower[95]
Finlay Brewis[95]
Seb Calder (short-term)[98]
Oli Jager[99]
Joe Moody[100]
Fletcher Newell[95]
Reuben O'Neill (short-term)[101]
Kershawl Sykes-Martin (short-term)[102]
Andrew Turner (short-term)[103]
Tamaiti Williams[95]
  John Afoa (to Bay of Plenty)[104]
  Seb Calder (returned to Canterbury)[105]
  Oli Jager (to   Munster)[106]
  Reuben O'Neill (to Chiefs)[45]
  Kershawl Sykes-Martin (returned to Tasman)[107]
  Andrew Turner (returned to   Bristol Bears)[96]
  Owen Franks (from Hurricanes)[108] George Bower[109]
Finlay Brewis[96]
Owen Franks
Joe Moody[100]
Fletcher Newell[96]
Tamaiti Williams[96]
HK George Bell (did not play)[95]
Quentin MacDonald (short-term)[102]
Brodie McAlister[110]
Ioane Moananu (short-term)[102]
Codie Taylor[111]
George Bell[96]
Quentin MacDonald (short-term)[112]
Brodie McAlister[110]
Ioane Moananu[96]
Codie Taylor[111]
LK Scott Barrett[113]
Mitchell Dunshea[114]
Zach Gallagher[95]
Jamie Hannah (short-term)[115]
Quinten Strange[116]
Sam Whitelock[117]
  Mitchell Dunshea (to Highlanders)[38]
  Sam Whitelock (to   Pau)[118]
  Tahlor Cahill (from Canterbury)[96] Scott Barrett[119]
Tahlor Cahill
Zach Gallagher[96]
Jamie Hannah[96]
Quinten Strange[96]
BR Ethan Blackadder[95]
Tom Christie[120]
Dominic Gardiner[95]
Cullen Grace[121]
Sione Havili Talitui[95]
Corey Kellow[95]
Christian Lio-Willie[122]
  Sione Havili Talitui (to Moana Pasifika)[123] Ethan Blackadder[124]
Tom Christie[96]
Dominic Gardiner[96]
Cullen Grace[96]
Corey Kellow[96]
Christian Lio-Willie[122]
SH Louie Chapman (short-term)[125]
Mitchell Drummond[126]
Willi Heinz[95]
Noah Hotham[127]
Joel Lam (short-term)[128]
  Louie Chapman (returned to Tasman)[107]
  Joel Lam (returned to Canterbury)[105]
Mitchell Drummond[126]
Willi Heinz[129]
Noah Hotham[127]
FH Fergus Burke[130]
Taha Kemara[95]
Richie Mo'unga[131]
  Richie Mo'unga (to   Toshiba Brave Lupus Tokyo)[132]   Rivez Reihana (from Chiefs)[72] Fergus Burke[130]
Taha Kemara[96]
Rivez Reihana
CE Braydon Ennor[133]
Jack Goodhue[134]
David Havili[135]
Dallas McLeod[136]
  Braydon Ennor (injured)[137]
  Jack Goodhue (to   Castres)[138]
  Levi Aumua (from Moana Pasifika)[139]
  Ryan Crotty (from   Kubota Spears)[140]
  Jone Rova (from Canterbury)[96]
Levi Aumua
Ryan Crotty
David Havili[141]
Dallas McLeod[96]
Jone Rova
WG Leicester Fainga'anuku[142]
Melani Nanai[95]
Pepesana Patafilo[95]
Sevu Reece[143]
Macca Springer[144]
  Leicester Fainga'anuku (to   Toulon)[145]
  Melani Nanai (to Bay of Plenty)[146]
  Pepesana Patafilo (to Moana Pasifika)[147]
  Manasa Mataele (from   Force)[96]
  Heremaia Murray (from Northland)[96]
Manasa Mataele
Heremaia Murray
Sevu Reece[143]
Macca Springer[144]
FB Chay Fihaki[148]
Will Gualter (short-term)[149]
Will Jordan[150]
  Will Gualter (to Tasman)[105]   Leigh Halfpenny (from   Scarlets)[151] Chay Fihaki[96]
Leigh Halfpenny
Will Jordan[152]
Coach Scott Robertson[153]   Scott Robertson (to   New Zealand)[154]   Rob Penney (from   Japan U20)[155] Rob Penney

Highlanders edit

Highlanders transfers 2023–2024
Pos 2023 squad[156] Out In 2024 players[33]
PR Jermaine Ainsley[156]
Ethan de Groot[157]
Luca Inch (did not play)[156]
Ayden Johnstone[156]
Daniel Lienert-Brown[156]
Saula Ma'u[156]
PJ Sheck (short-term)[158]
Jeff Thwaites (did not play)[156]
  Luca Inch (withdrawn)[159]
  PJ Sheck (to Blues)[2]
  Jeff Thwaites (to Bay of Plenty)[160]
  Rohan Wingham (from Otago)[159] Jermaine Ainsley[33]
Ethan de Groot[161]
Ayden Johnstone[33]
Daniel Lienert-Brown[162]
Saula Ma'u[33]
Rohan Wingham
HK Leni Apisai[156]
Andrew Makalio[156]
Rhys Marshall[156]
Jack Taylor (short-term)[163]
  Leni Apisai (to Auckland)[160]
  Andrew Makalio (to   Hanazono Kintetsu Liners)[164]
  Rhys Marshall (to Waikato)[51]
  Henry Bell (from Otago)[165]
  Ricky Jackson (from Otago)[33]
Henry Bell
Ricky Jackson
Jack Taylor[165]
LK Josh Bekhuis (short-term)[158]
Josh Dickson[156]
Fabian Holland[166]
Pari Pari Parkinson[156]
Will Tucker[156]
  Josh Bekhuis (returned to Southland)[167]
  Josh Dickson (to   Toyota Verblitz)[168]
  Mitchell Dunshea (from Crusaders)[38] Mitchell Dunshea
Fabian Holland[166]
Pari Pari Parkinson[169]
Will Tucker[33]
BR Nikora Broughton[156]
Shannon Frizell[170]
Oliver Haig (short-term)[171]
Billy Harmon[156]
Max Hicks[156]
James Lentjes[156]
Marino Mikaele-Tu'u[156]
Hugh Renton[156]
Sean Withy[156]
  Shannon Frizell (to   Toshiba Brave Lupus Tokyo)[172]
  James Lentjes (to Otago)[173]
  Marino Mikaele-Tu'u (to   Mitsubishi DynaBoars)[174]
  Hayden Michaels (from Southland)[175]
  Tom Sanders (from   Tokyo Sungoliath)[38]
  Will Stodart (from Otago)[176]
Nikora Broughton[33]
Oliver Haig[175]
Billy Harmon[33]
Max Hicks[33]
Hayden Michaels
Hugh Renton[162]
Tom Sanders
Will Stodart
Sean Withy[33]
SH James Arscott[177]
Folau Fakatava[178]
Nathan Hastie (short-term)[179]
Kemara Hauiti-Parapara (short-term)[180]
Aaron Smith[181]
Te Toiroa Tahuriorangi (did not play)[182]
  Kemara Hauiti-Parapara (to Wellington)[183]
  Aaron Smith (to   Toyota Verblitz)[184]
  Te Toiroa Tahuriorangi (to Chiefs)[65]
James Arscott[177]
Folau Fakatava[185]
Nathan Hastie[175]
FH Marty Banks (did not play)[156]
Freddie Burns[186]
Mitch Hunt[187]
Cam Millar[156]
  Marty Banks (to Southland)[167]
  Freddie Burns (to   Toyota Industries Shuttles Aichi)[188]
  Mitch Hunt (to   Mie Honda Heat)[189]
  Ajay Faleafaga (from Otago)[165]
  Rhys Patchell (from   Scarlets)[190]
Ajay Faleafaga
Cam Millar[175]
Rhys Patchell
CE Scott Gregory[156]
Fetuli Paea[156]
Jake Te Hiwi (short-term)[191]
Josh Timu[156]
Thomas Umaga-Jensen[156]
Matt Whaanga (short-term)[192]
  Scott Gregory (to   Zebre Parma)[193]
  Fetuli Paea (to   Zebre Parma)[194]
  Thomas Umaga-Jensen (injured)[195]
  Tanielu Teleʻa (from Blues)[33] Jake Te Hiwi[175]
Tanielu Teleʻa
Josh Timu[33]
Matt Whaanga[33]
WG Martín Bogado[196]
Mosese Dawai[156]
Connor Garden-Bachop[156]
Jonah Lowe[166]
Jona Nareki[156]
  Mosese Dawai (to Waikato)[51]   Jacob Ratumaitavuki-Kneepkens (from Blues)[38]
  Timoci Tavatavanawai (from Moana Pasifika)[190]
Martín Bogado[196]
Connor Garden-Bachop[33]
Jonah Lowe[166]
Jona Nareki[197]
Jacob Ratumaitavuki-Kneepkens
Timoci Tavatavanawai
FB Sam Gilbert[156]
Finn Hurley (short-term)[171]
Vilimoni Koroi (did not play)[198]
  Finn Hurley (to Otago)[199]
  Vilimoni Koroi (to North Otago)[160]
Sam Gilbert[33]
Coach Clarke Dermody[200] Clarke Dermody[200]

Hurricanes edit

Hurricanes transfers 2023–2024
Pos 2023 squad[201] Out In 2024 players[202]
PR Owen Franks[203]
Tyrel Lomax[204]
Tevita Mafileo[201]
Xavier Numia[205]
Pouri Rakete-Stones[201]
Pasilio Tosi[201]
  Owen Franks (to Crusaders)[108]   Siale Lauaki (from Wellington)[206] Siale Lauaki
Tyrel Lomax[207]
Tevita Mafileo[19]
Xavier Numia[208]
Pouri Rakete-Stones[89]
Pasilio Tosi[202]
HK Asafo Aumua[209]
Dane Coles[210]
Jacob Devery[201]
Hame Faiva (short-term)[211]
  Dane Coles (to   Kubota Spears)[212]
  Hame Faiva (to   Bath)[213]
  James O'Reilly (from Wellington)[89] Asafo Aumua[209]
Jacob Devery[89]
James O'Reilly
LK Dominic Bird[201]
James Blackwell[214]
Caleb Delany[201]
Hugo Plummer (short-term)[215]
Justin Sangster[201]
Isaia Walker-Leawere[216]
  Dominic Bird (to Wellington)[183]
  James Blackwell (to   Hanazono Kintetsu Liners)[164]
  Hugo Plummer (returned to Wellington)[183]
  Ben Grant (from   San Diego Legion)[19]
  Josh Taula (from Manawatu)[19]
  James Tucker (from Blues)[19]
Caleb Delany[202]
Ben Grant
Justin Sangster[202]
Josh Taula
James Tucker
Isaia Walker-Leawere[216]
BR Devan Flanders[216]
TK Howden[201]
Brayden Iose[201]
Du'Plessis Kirifi[217]
Peter Lakai[218]
Tyler Laubscher (did not play)[201]
Reed Prinsep (did not play)[219]
Ardie Savea[220]
  Tyler Laubscher (to Manawatu)[221]
  Reed Prinsep (to Canterbury)[105]
  Ardie Savea (to   Kobelco Kobe Steelers)[222]
  Veveni Lasaqa (from Bay of Plenty)[223]
  Brad Shields (from   Perpignan)[224]
Devan Flanders[216]
TK Howden[19]
Brayden Iose[202]
Du'Plessis Kirifi[217]
Peter Lakai[218]
Veveni Lasaqa (short-term)
Brad Shields
SH Jamie Booth[201]
Logan Henry (short-term)[225]
TJ Perenara (did not play)[226]
Cam Roigard[201]
  Jamie Booth (to North Harbour)[227]
  Logan Henry (released)[202]
  Richard Judd (from   San Diego Legion)[89]
  Jordi Viljoen (from Manawatu)[228]
Richard Judd
TJ Perenara[229]
Cam Roigard[230]
Jordi Viljoen (short-term)
FH Brett Cameron[231]
Riley Hohepa (short-term)[211]
Aidan Morgan[232]
  Riley Hohepa (returned to Counties Manukau)[233] Brett Cameron[231]
Aidan Morgan[232]
CE Jordie Barrett[234]
Riley Higgins[235]
Billy Proctor[236]
Bailyn Sullivan[237]
Peter Umaga-Jensen[201]
Jordie Barrett[234]
Riley Higgins[235]
Billy Proctor[238]
Bailyn Sullivan[237]
Peter Umaga-Jensen[202]
WG Josh Moorby[239]
Kini Naholo[201]
Salesi Rayasi[240]
Julian Savea[219]
Daniel Sinkinson[201]
  Julian Savea (to Moana Pasifika)[241]   Ngane Punivai (from Chiefs)[89] Josh Moorby[239]
Kini Naholo[89]
Ngane Punivai
Salesi Rayasi[89]
Daniel Sinkinson[19]
FB Harry Godfrey (short-term)[242]
Ruben Love[243]
Harry Godfrey[244]
Ruben Love[245]
Coach Jason Holland[246]   Jason Holland (to   New Zealand (assistant))[247]   Clark Laidlaw (from   New Zealand Sevens)[248] Clark Laidlaw

See also edit

References edit

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