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Clark a lock until '25

Erin Clark has re-signed with the club and will be a Titan until the end of the 2025 season.

Already contracted for 2023, Clark will now be on the Coast long-term, adding a further two years to his time at the club

After notching 50 NRL games last week, Clark will play his 50th Titans game in Sunday’s clash against the Manly Sea Eagles at Cbus Super Stadium after previously playing the one game with the Warriors.

After making his debut for the New Zealand club in 2017, Clark was almost lost to rugby league, eventually working his way into the Titans side in 2020.

Playing most of his games at hooker or off the interchange bench, Clark has been a revelation at lock in recent weeks and has established himself as an important part of the Titans squad.

Coach Justin Holbrook says Erin’s story is one of perseverance and hard work and it’s great that he now has his future secure on the Coast.

"He's a great story for rugby league... a good young star coming through that never quite got there. He then got away from the game and just came up here for an opportunity and got himself really, really fit. Now he's become such an important part of our team," Holbrook said.

"Especially in that 13 role, where he's got great ball skills and he's very tough and competitive. 

"He's quickly becoming a really important part of our team moving forward and I'm really excited about how much better he's going to get over this couple of years too.

"It's a great story for a good young player that probably lost the love and had a few things not go his way, but he just kept fighting for it.

"I'm really happy that he's got the 50 games and he'll get a lot more."

A proud New Zealander, Clark made his Maori All Stars debut earlier this year and after getting a taste of representative football as part of the Kiwi’s squad, the 24-year-old now has his eyes on a spot at the Rugby League World Cup later this year.

Acknowledgement of Country

Gold Coast Titans proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.