2016 Kiwis in the Super League

  1. It’s sometimes easy to forget about players when they head off to the Super League. Names you once enjoyed watching every week can disappear off the radar and end up plying away in Europe for a number of years before you even realise they are still around.

    With that in mind kiwileaguecentral.com have put together a full list of the New Zealanders playing in the Super League this year.

    Hull

    Carlos Tuimavave (centre/standoff)

    Fetuli Talanoa (winger)

    Iafeta Paleaaesina (prop)

    Sika Manu (second-row)

    Frank Pritchard (second-row)

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    Ben Roberts in action for Castleford against St Helens. Credit: photosport.nz

    Castleford

    Jake Webster (centre)

    Denny Solomona (fullback/wing/centre)

    Ben Roberts (standoff/halfback)

    Junior Moors (prop/second-row)

    Wigan

    Anthony Gelling (wing/centre)

    Willie Isa (centre/wing)

    Salford

    Ben Murdoch-Masila (second-row)

    Junior Sau (centre)

    Weller Hauraki (second-row)

    St Helens

    Lama Tasi (prop/second-row)

    Dominique Peyroux (centre/second-row)

    Warrington

    None

    Wakefield

    Bill Tupou (wing/centre)

    Tinirau Arona (prop)

    Michael Sio (hooker)

    Catalans

    Krisnan Inu (winger/centre)

    Louis Anderson (prop/second-row)

    Justin Horo (second-row/lock)

    Leeds

    None

    Huddersfield

    Sam Rapira (prop)

    Ukuma Ta’ai (prop/second-row)

    Widnes

    Patrick Ah Van (wing)

    Manase Manuokafoa (prop/second-row/lock)

    Hep Cahill (second-row)

    Setaimata Sa (centre/second-row)

    Macgraff Leuluai (second-row)

    Aaron Heremaia (halfback/hooker)

    *For the sake of this article New Zealand players are defined as being born in New Zealand or selected for a New Zealand side at some point.

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