Hostplus Cup Squad 2023
The club captain is preparing for his sixth season as a Devil. He typifies the Devils’ culture. Ahearn has led the Devils to two premierships and is the club’s player of the year the last four seasons. At home in the halves or fullback, Ahearn spent the pre-season with the Brisbane Broncos.
The ironman of the Hostplus Cup. Broadhurst hasn’t missed a game since 2016. In that time, he’s won premierships with Burleigh and last two seasons at the Devils. A Queensland Residents representative and a member of the Devils leadership group.
A member of the Devils’ Colts system who has earned his place in the Hostplus Cup squad. Brooks impressed in the forward pack throughout the pre-season as he aims for this Devils’ first grade debut in 2023.
The powerful outside back joined the Devils as a Colt and progressed to his first grade debut in 2022. A valuable member of the Norths squad who has underlined the depth in the backline, stepping into the premiers’ team with full confidence.
New to the Devils in 2023, Coghill has played in the Hostplus Cup with the Brisbane Tigers. Also a previous member of the Wynnum Manly system, Coghill enjoyed a strong pre-season, showcasing his skill in the halves.
Another new player in the Devils Hostplus Cup squad after impressing for the Colts last season. Dodd is an outside back with serious speed. He starred for St Brendan’s College, Yeppoon, in the highly-rated Confraternity Shield.
Donovan is back at the Devils playing for Redcliffe against Norths in the 2022 grand final. Donovan brings experience and skill to the Devils’ halves. A 2018 premiership winner with Redcliffe, Donovan hails from the Newcastle Knights system.
The hard-working forward played against the Devils in the 2022 grand final. Elliott emerged through the Gold Coast Titans and Brisbane Broncos’ systems. His Hostplus Cup career has included stops at Souths Logan, Easts and Wynnum Manly.
Another player who has returned to the Devils. Flack is a damaging forward who has trained impressively throughout the pre-season and showed good form in a trial against the Dolphins. Chasing his Devils’ debut in 2023.
A Devils premiership winner in 2021, Gregorius is back at Bishop Park after a season at Brisbane Tigers. A powerful centre who recovered from a knee reconstruction after an injury in his first week as a Devil. A former French club player and popular teammate.
Horne has worn a Devil on his chest since his junior days. A PNG Kumuls international and a Devils’ premiership player in 2021 and 2022 and the Colts’ premiership team in 2018. A powerful forward who can play lock or hooker. Horne spent the pre-season with the Broncos.
Another graduate of the Devils’ Colts system, earning a Hostplus Cup contract. Jenkins was a member of the Devils Under 18 team in 2019 after a talented junior representative career. A versatile forward aiming for his Cup debut.
A strong outside back in his first season with the Devils. Johnson was part of the Newcastle Knights system last year. Played first grade at age 17 for the Lakes United Seagulls. Impressed in a pre-season campaign for the Broncos, playing two trials for the NRL club.
A product of the Broncos and Melbourne Storm systems, Lavea joined the Devils in 2022. A powerful forward with experience including Queensland Under 18 selection. Made his Hostplus Cup debut for Souths Logan in 2017 before moving to Brisbane Tigers.
A Western Australian product who played in state representative teams before heading to Queensland, winning the 2019 Colts premiership with the Sunshine Coast under Devils assistant coach Sam Mawhinney. A Devils squad member in 2022.
The NRL Indigenous All-Stars hooker joined the Devils for the 2022 season, winning a premiership. Moseley made his NRL debut for Penrith as a 20-year-old and later played for Gold Coast Titans. Made his 100th Hostplus Cup appearance last year.
An experienced forward who has joined the Devils from Tweed Seagulls with more than 70 Hostplus Cup appearances. Made his Cup debut for the Sunshine Coast Falcons in 2017 before stints at Souths Logan and Tweed.
The Devils 2021 premiership forward is also a Cook Islands representative. He made his Devils debut in the opening match of the 2018 season alongside Jack Ahearn. A popular Devil with genuine experience in big matches.
The Devils 2022 premiership prop has strengthed in the off-season, adding seven kilograms of muscle to his tall frame. A dangerous player for opposition defences with his size and ball skills, Puliuvea has blossomed at the Devils since his debut in 2021.
The high-profile winger has returned to the Devils after making his NRL debut last year for St George Illawarra. Reuben scored his 100th Hostplus Cup try in record time in 2021 as part of the Devils before starring in the club’s premiership run, handling twice in the try that sealed the grand final.
The former Townsville schoolboy star joined the Devils for his Colts career and has progressed into the Hostplus Cup squad. Rowbotham is a talented halfback who led the Devils’ Colts with distinction last year. Aiming for his Cup debut in 2023.
Made a major impression in 2022 when he turned his Hostplus Cup debut into a long run for the Devils, becoming a permanent fixture and a premiership prop. The brother of former NRL leading tryscorer Curtis Rona, Stephens was part of the Blackhawks system before moving to Norths.
Toloi has had a strong pre-season after moving to the Devils from the Sunshine Coast Falcons, where he played Hostplus Cup under Norths assistant coach Sam Mawhinney. A versatile back with speed and Cup finals experience.
A New Zealand product who represented Taita College during a promising junior career. Developed his rugby league career as part of the Devils Colts system in 2021 and then with experience for Wests Panthers in 2022. Aiming for a Cup debut in 2023.
Delivered a famous solo try for the Devils to sink minor premiers Burleigh Bears in last year’s finals series. His football journey has gone from Auckland to Melbourne to France before linking with Norths. A talented outside back who played in the 2022 premiership after injury ended his 2021 season early.
Alo arrived at the Devils on a train-and-trial contract at the start of the 2021 pre-season, earning a contract through his hard work. Made his Hostplus Cup debut in 2022 as Devil No. 1326. A strong forward who adds genuine depth to the Devils squad.
Became Devil No. 1325 when he made his debut against the Bears at Burleigh last year. Westcott has experience from the Canberra Raiders system. An accomplished backline organiser who adds depth to the Devils squad.