Tony Adams NRL Footy Tips
6 Oct 2023

2023 NRL Season Review

After an intense and exciting year, the NRL has finally come to an end. The Penrith Panthers have successfully claimed yet another Premiership after an intense Grand Final which saw the Panthers come from nowhere to steal the victory with less than two minutes to go.

Before we call things a day, we have one more article from our NRL experts, as we look back at the NRL season and review all the key teams and players, as well as the biggest disappointments. Our NRL footy review covers all the key factors.

So, if you are as obsessed with the NRL as the team at Dabble are, you have certainly come to the right place! Get your scrolling finger ready, all you need to do is read and scroll, our experts will take care of everything else for you.

Check out our NRL season review for the 2023 season below (don't worry – we will be back again in 2024 with our expert NRL tips):

Teams – Biggest Improvers

The Warriors went from second last to within a game of the Grand Final – a feat for which Andrew Webster was deservedly named coach of the year. Along the way they played brilliant attacking football before packed houses in Auckland – a fitting reward for all their sacrifices during two years of COVID.

Teams – Biggest Letdowns

Everyone thought the Cowboys could challenge for the top four after a fine season last year – instead they didn’t even make the top eight. Some of their boom young players appeared to suffer from the dreaded second year syndrome. Honourable mention for Parramatta – Grand Finalists to missing the eight as well.

Players – Biggest Improvers

Reece Walsh went from a kid with talent to a genuine superstar following his move from the Warriors to the Broncos. He set the NRL alight with his attacking skills and helped the Broncos to the Grand Final. Rookie of the year should have gone to Jahream Bula from the Tigers – who starred in an awful team.

Players – Biggest Letdowns

Nicho Hynes went from Dally M player of the year to not even getting nominated for Cronulla’s player of the year. He wasn't that bad – but he was great last year. Latrell Mitchell had some good games for Souths but also had some poor ones and they cost his team dearly.

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