Top 10 Super League signings for 2017 Ranked

We rank the top 10 players who have changed home in 2017 and who have made the most impact for their Super League club

10 Glenn Stewart

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A wealth of NRL experience and was a massive coup for Leigh as they make their way back into Super League. His season is currently on a 2-week hold after a high shot against Warrington’s Kevin Brown, but is a quality second-rower who is excellent in both defence and attack.


9 Scott Grix

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Has slotted in well into the No.1 position at Wakefield after making the switch from the Huddersfield Giants where he made 161 appearances. The 32-year old veteran has been a solid inclusion for Trinity.


8 Mike Cooper

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We expected nothing less then what Mike Cooper has produced in his return from the NRL. Back with his beloved Wolves and has been the one of the most consistent players in what has been a disappoint 2017 season for Warrington.