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On the heels of his record-breaking season, the Dolphins have extended star winger Jamayne Isaako’s contract until the end of 2026.

On his route to being chosen to the Dally M Team of the Year, Isaako became the first player since 1990 to top both the try-scoring and point-scoring charts.

The 27-year-old also received the inaugural Arthur Beetson Medal as the best-and-fairest player for the new team.

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Isaako’s outstanding performance won him a spot in New Zealand’s squad for the 2018 Pacific Championships.

Isaako joined the Dolphins following stints with the Broncos and Titans, and he had a remarkable comeback under Wayne Bennett.

“Jamayne simply could not have played any better in 2023,” Dolphins CEO Terry Reader stated.

“Becoming the NRL’s top try scorer and point scorer in the same year for the first time in 33 years was an outstanding effort.”

“And to do it in a team that finished outside the top eight makes it even more impressive; when Mal Meninga did it in 1990, his team won the grand final.”

“The dedication and drive Jamayne has shown this year to be the best he can has turned him into an elite player in the competition.”


The Roosters have confirmed that outside back Paul Momirovski has been granted an immediate release to pursue a Super League chance.

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Momirovski, who had limited game time for the Roosters in 2023, has been released from his contract and will join the Leeds Rhinos.

“Paul is not only a talented footballer but also a very good person, and we would like to thank him for his contribution to the Roosters, from his time in the lower grades through to the NRL,” Joe Kelly, the Roosters chairman and CEO, said.

“Paul leaves with our very best wishes for the future.”

Momirovski debuted for the Roosters in 2018 before moving on to the Tigers, Storm, and Panthers, where he won a premiership in 2021.

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