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Nate Myles: Digital Image by Robb Cox © :NRL Rugby League - Eels V Titans at Pirtek Stadium, Parramatta. Saturday April 11th 2015.

Gold Coast Titans captain Nate Myles has announced this afternoon that he has agreed to terms with the Manly Sea Eagles or the next three seasons, starting in 2016.

Myles addressed his teammates after today’s training session (pictured above).

Titans coach Neil Henry said he respected his skipper’s decision and had no doubt he would continue to be the key leader of the team for the remainder of the season.

“Whilst it was disappointing the club could not retain him beyond this season I fully understand his decision and I’m sure he will be a quality acquisition for the Sea Eagles,” Henry said.

“I’m equally sure that he will continue to represent out club to the best of his ability, providing on and off field leadership for the remainder of the season.

“Nate has been a valuable team member for the last four seasons and is highly regarded by the playing group and is a key player in our fortunes for the rest of 2015. I wish him well.”

The Titans did not take up an option on Myles’ current contract but did make an offer moving forward.

“I have been extremely humbled by this overall experience and I would like to thank all the clubs that showed interest in having me join them,” Myles said.

“The decision to leave our home [Gold Coast] was difficult however Manly is a beautiful part of the world which provides both Tessa and I the opportunity to continue to develop our careers, relationships and family.”

“An important factor in my decision was to play alongside champion players like Jamie Lyon and co. who have created a winning culture within the northern beaches club.

“I will now focus on my role as captain of the Gold Coast Titans to ensure my final year in Titans colours is a successful one.”

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.