St George Illawarra Dragons utility Nathan Fien is presently the most-experienced member of the squad with 252 first-grade NRL appearances to date.
The Mt Isa junior joined the Red V from the New Zealand Warriors midway through the 2009 campaign and made his debut against the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles in round 19 that same year.
The versatile pivot, who can play five-eighth and halfback as well as hooker, made 15 first-grade appearances for the Red-and-Whites last season and 56 first-grade appearances in total.
Fien began his career with the North Queensland Cowboys in 2000 before relocating to Auckland in 2005 where he spent four seasons with the Warriors.
Fien has won several pieces of silverware during his service to the Club including a Premiership (2010) as well as a World Club Challenge (2011).
He was also included in the 20-man NRL All-Stars squad in 2012.
Additionally, Fien represented New Zealand at international level on 22 occasions, winning the World Cup in 2008 amongst other honours, before announcing his retirement last year.