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 NRL 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.
Having viewed the footage and collated the numbers, we've reviewed their efforts from the weekend in our recruits wrap-up.
The Melbourne prop featured in Queensland's State of Origin victory on Wednesday.
A dependable player, the 29-year-old made 23 tackles in the 18-12 win over NSW.
Pushing out 34 minutes at Suncorp Stadium, Glasby made 56 metres from six runs with 12 post-contact metres.
But it was Glasby's efforts backing up for the Storm in his 100th NRL game which really impressed.
The forward played 54 minutes for the Storm with a whopping 39 tackles.
Glasby also ran for 124 metres from 12 runs with 53 post-contact metres.
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He's already with us as our newest recruit but we're keeping track of his progress.
With the Knights' ISP NSW side off this weekend with the bye, we've looked at Felise's numbers from last week.
The Knights went down to Newtown, but the former Wests Tigers prop was solid.
In a losing side, going down 28-10, Felise pushed out 40 minutes with 68 metres and 18 post-contact.
On the field during a period where the Knights had limited opportunities with the ball, Felise made 25 tackles and produced two offloads.
It was a quiet but effective performance from the Cronulla winger in Friday's 24-12 win over Penrith.
The 25-year-old still made 105 metres from his nine runs and 41 metres post-contact.
The imposing flyer also made a line break and two tackle breaks.
The Cronulla centre missed last week's win over Penrith due to a shoulder complaint.
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