Super League: Every club’s quota spots confirmed for 2024 so far

Drew Darbyshire
Super League 2024 quota spots

With player recruitment for 2024 pretty much done, here’s a list of every Super League club’s overseas quota spots, with two clubs still having space available.

Castleford Tigers – 7

Castleford’s quota spots are currently full, having signed Lebanon international Elie El-Zakhem and Papua New Guinea duo Nixon Putt and Sylvester Namo ahead of the new season.

Contracted: Jacob Miller (2025), Albert Vete (2024), Charbel Tasipale (2024, option for 2025), Liam Horne (2024, option for 2025), Elie El-Zakhem (2025), Nixon Putt (2025), Sylvester Namo (2025)

Catalans Dragons – 7

The Grand Finalists have made three new signings from the NRL ahead of next season in the shape of Tariq Sims, Jayden Nikorima and Bayley Sironen, whilst bringing in powerhouse prop Chris Satae from Hull FC.

Tonga powerhouse Siosiua Taukeiaho was linked with a return to the NRL, but the prop looks to be staying at Catalans for now.

Contracted: Manu Ma’u (2024), Chris Satae (2025), Matt Ikuvalu (2024), Tariq Sims (2025), Jayden Nikorima (2025), Bayley Sironen (2025), Siosiua Taukeiaho (2024, option for 2025)

Huddersfield Giants – 7

Ian Watson’s side have filled their quota spots ahead of the new campaign, having brought in forward Jack Murchie and half-back Adam Clune from the NRL.

Contracted: Esan Marsters (2024), Kevin Naiqama (2024), Tui Lolohea (2024), Luke Yates (2024), Sebastine Ikahihifo (2025), Jack Murchie (2026), Adam Clune (2026)

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Hull FC – 7

Hull‘s quota spots are full for 2024, with the club having recruited Herman Ese’ese, Jayden Okunbor, Franklin Pele and Fa’amanu Brown from the NRL ahead of next season.

Contracted: Tex Hoy (2024, option for 2025), Jayden Okunbor (2025), Herman Ese’ese (2026), Carlos Tuimavave (2024), Ligi Sao (2025), Fa’amanu Brown (2024), Franklin Pele (2025)

Hull KR – 7

Hull KR have made four new overseas signings ahead of the new season in the shape of Peta Hiku, Tyrone May, Jai Whitbread and Kelepi Tanginoa.

Contracted: Sauaso Sue (2025), Tom Opacic (2024), Peta Hiku (2026), Matt Parcell (2024), Kelepi Tanginoa (2026), Tyrone May (2025), Jai Whitbread (2026)

Leeds Rhinos – 7

The Rhinos have enjoyed a heavy recruitment drive ahead of 2024, bringing Lachie Miller, Matt Frawley and Paul Momirovski over from the NRL as well as signing Salford duo Brodie Croft and Andy Ackers, all of whom form a new-look spine in Rohan Smith’s side.

Contracted: Lachie Miller (2026), Sam Lisone (2025), Rhyse Martin (2024), Matt Frawley (2025), Paul Momirovski (2025), Brodie Croft (2026), David Fusitu’a (2024)

Leigh Leopards – 7

The Challenge Cup winners are full up on quota space for 2024, having signed former Australia international half-back Matt Moylan on a two-year deal.

Contracted: Ricky Leutele (2024), John Asiata (2024), Tom Amone (unknown contract length), Edwin Ipape (2025), Kai O’Donnell (2025), Ben Nakubuwai (2024), Matt Moylan (2025)

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London Broncos – 6

The Broncos have one quota spot remaining ahead of their return to Super League this year.

Mike Eccles’ side have signed former Hull KR prop Rhys Kennedy and Italy international half-back Jack Campagnolo for 2024. The Broncos have also brought in dual-code international Hakim Miloudi, but French players do not count on the quota.

Contracted: Ethan Natoli (2024), Rhys Kennedy (2024), Jarred Bassett (2024), Emmanuel Waine (2024), Dean Parata (2024), Jack Campagnolo (2024)

Salford Red Devils – 7

The Red Devils did have one quota spot available since star winger Ken Sio departed on compassionate grounds – but that has now been taken up by the signing of former Wests Tigers winger David Nofoaluma days out from the start of the season.

Salford have made three new overseas signings during the off-season in total, with Nofoaluma joining Papua New Guinea international Nene Macdonald on a four-year contract and Australian half-back Cade Cust from Wigan.

Contracted: Sam Stone (2024), David Nofoaluma (2024) Shane Wright (2026), Tim Lafai (2025), Nene Macdonald (2027), King Vuniyayawa (2025), Cade Cust (2024, option for 2025)

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St Helens – 7

Paul Wellens’ side are full on quota space following the signing of Fiji international Waqa Blake, who has joined the club on a one-year deal for 2024.

Contracted: Curtis Sironen (2025), Agnatius Paasi (2025), James Bell (2025), Konrad Hurrell (2024, option for 2025), Sione Mata’utia (2024, option for 2025), Moses Mbye (2025), Waqa Blake (2024)

Warrington Wolves – 6

The Wolves currently have one quota space available following the release of former New Zealand and Samoa international prop Sam Kasiano.

Sam Burgess’ side have brought Lachlan Fitzgibbon and Zane Musgrove over from the NRL as well as Papua New Guinea international centre Rodrick Tai.

Contracted: Matt Dufty (2024), Lachlan Fitzgibbon (2026), Paul Vaughan (2025), Josh Drinkwater (2024), Rodrick Tai (2024), Zane Musgrove (2025)

Wigan Warriors – 7

Wigan’s quota spots are currently full, with Matt Peet’s side signing Australian centre Adam Keighran from Catalans to replace Toby King, who has returned to parent club Warrington following his impressive season-long loan.

Contracted: Bevan French (2024), Jai Field (2024, option for 2025), Kaide Ellis (2026), Abbas Miski (2024), Adam Keighran (2025), Willie Isa (2024), Patrick Mago (2024, option for 2025)

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