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A full wrap of the day's important NRL Fantasy news that could impact your Fantasy selections.

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- Young Newcastle forward Joseph Tapine (2RF, $269,000) has pushed through a late move to the nation's capital on a four-year deal commencing in 2016. While he looked like a handy selection if he remained at the Knights, he might not see the same sort of game time at the Raiders. However his move might also have implications for Fantasy favourite Shaun Fensom. Read more


- He isn't guaranteed to start in Round 1, but if selected Melbourne teen Curtis Scott (WFB/CTR, $130,000) could provide great coverage as fifth or sixth WFB. Read more

- Struggling to decide who to splash the cash on in your second row?'s Andrew Bryan breaks down the best 2RF options. Read more

- Panthers captain Matt Moylan (WFB, $349,000) is targeting a Round 2 return after scans revealed a minor stress fracture in his back. Read more.

- South Sydney premiership-winning centre Kirisome Auva'a (CTR, $139,000) is battling his cousin Hymel Hunt for the right centre spot vacated by Dylan Walker, and if selected, is a prime cash cow in the notoriously tricky CTR position. Read more.

- Miss any injuries or suspensions? The casualty ward is back for 2016. Read more

- Titans utility Daniel Mortimer (HLF/HOK, $370,000) doesn't matter where he lines up in the Gold Coast 17, but wants to play big minutes. Capable of slotting in at hooker or in the halves, Mortimer's versatility might see him resigned to a bench role again in 2016. He'll need to average more than last year's 41.4 to see any increase in value. Read more

- Bulldogs prop David Klemmer (FRF, $356,000) has been suspended for Round 1, after being found guilty but successfully downgrading his dangerous throw charge at the NRL judiciary on Wednesday night. But don't rush to get his replacement the opening round – the NSW Origin prop will be back for Round 2. Read more

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