NRL trio headed for Super League

Parramatta Eels prop Siosaia Vave and Canterbury Bulldogs pair Francis Tualau and Asipeli Fine all look set to make moves to Super League in 2019.

The trio are all off contract at their respective clubs and are reportedly being shopped around to Super League sides.

Parramatta prop Siosaia Vave.

Vave, 29, has plenty of experience, having made over 100 NRL appearances for Cronulla, Melbourne, Manly and the Eels, as well as being capped eight times by Tonga.

Prop Tualau, 24, on the other hand made his debut just last year after joining from Melbourne Storm and has since featured 10 times for Dean Pay’s side. Both are reportedly being scouted by Huddersfield and Salford, who are both in the market for a prop forward.

Canterbury Bulldogs centre or second rower Asipeli Fine.

Fine, 25, made his NRL debut in 2014 and has gone on to make 13 appearances for both the Bulldogs and Wests Tigers. The centre or second rower has also been called up by Tonga in the past. Leeds are supposedly keeping an eye out for a centre, while there is also reported interest in him from Wakefield, Hull FC and Toronto.