Cadeyrn Neville joins the Reds from the Rebels, where he established himself as one of the club’s most consistent tight-five forwards. Now entering his fifth year as a professional player, Neville was a late bloomer in the sport having only started playing rugby in 2009, for Sydney club side Manly. His background as an elite rower with the Australian Institute of Sport made his transition to rugby easier, in the fitness stakes at least. His performances in the Shute Shield in 2011 earned him his first professional contract in Super Rugby. While he is yet to make his Test debut, the future bodes well for his Wallabies aspirations as he has been named in Australian training camps twice before in 2012 and 2014. Neville joined his Reds teammates ahead of the 2016 season, forming a key part of Brisbane City's dominant forward pack in their undefeated National Rugby Championship season.