The Sydney Roosters have today announced the re-signing of Siua Wong, which has the young second-rower remain at the club until at least the end of 2026.
This year Wong made 17 appearances for the Roosters in The Knock-On Effect NSW Cup, averaging 155 run metres – 60 post contact metres – per game as well as four tries, five line breaks and making 592 tackles.
He was named the Sydney Roosters NSW Cup Player of the Year along with the Harry Phipps Rising Star Award for 2023.
The 20-year-old made his NRL debut in Round 18 against the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, finishing the year with 10 first grade appearances – named in the starting 13 for seven of those games.
Wong made his international debut for Fiji at the 2021 Rugby League World Cup before switching to Mate Ma’a Tonga during the 2023 Test series against England.
Following a stellar year, Wong is excited for what is to come next in his budding career at the club he has called home for the last six years.
“I’ve loved the Roosters since the day I joined the club as a young teenager. I’ve found a home here and I’m proud to wear the Roosters jersey every chance I get,” Wong told roosters.com.au
“I’m so lucky to be coached by Trent and to be mentored by the senior players at the club. I still have a lot of improvement in me and I’m looking forward to continuing to work hard to keep developing as a player and also as a person.”