They won't all be wearing red and blue until next season but that doesn't mean we're not keeping track of our new recruits.
With the 2019 pre-season getting closer by the minute, we've been keeping a close eye on how the likes of Jesse Ramien, Tim Glasby and Edrick Lee have been performing.
Fortunately for the Club, all our new additions have been in fine form.
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Having viewed the footage and collated the numbers, we've reviewed their efforts from the weekend in our recruits wrap-up.
Our newest recruit donned the red and blue for the first time over the weekend in an impressive showing in the Intrust Super Premiership NSW.
The forward started the game for the Knights in what was a dominant display by the team which crushed an eighth-placed Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, 40-16.
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The 22-year-old played 57 minutes with a commanding presence.
Felise made 133 metres from 15 carries, including 58 post-contact metres, three tackle breaks and two offloads.
Without the ball, he was strong too, with 20 tackles and just one miss.
Cronulla secured a sneaky 18-15 win over the Warriors last week and it was Lee who snared the match winner with a 78th minute try in the corner.
In fact, Lee finished the game with a double.
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In his 12 appearances in the NRL this season, Lee has scored nine tries, made 11 line-breaks and 19 tackle busts.
It's a healthy increase on his five top grade games in 2017.
Lee has also averaged 122 run metres in 2018.
Sitting on 99 NRL games, the 29-year-old is playing more minutes than any previous season in his career.
Glasby pushed out 65 minutes in Melbourne's 9-8 win over the Roosters last week.
He also made 32 tackles with a tackle efficiency of 97 percent for the game.
This week, the 29-year-old was named once again in the Queensland State of Origin side.
Glasby has been selected on the bench for game three of the series after previously playing two games in 2017.
The Cronulla centre crossed the stripe in the Sharks' win over the Warriors.
It was Ramien's ninth NRL try in his 13th game this season.
It's clear he's finding his feet in first grade.
The former Junior Kangaroo has settled into the Sharks backline, showing great maturity in his decision making with and without the ball.
The 21-year-old has made the third most tackle busts of any player at the Sharks this year with 34 and is averaging 104 metres per game.