The TFH Gold Coast Titans are pleased to confirm that Ryley Jacks has agreed to terms with the club, for one year, through until the end of the 2019 season.
Jacks joins the Titans from the Melbourne Storm, where he has spent the last two seasons, playing 25 NRL matches, 13 of those in 2018.
The 26-year-old was born in Brisbane and played NYC for the Sydney Roosters, before spending three years playing Queensland Cup (Easts Tigers, Burleigh Bears and Sunshine Coast Falcons). From there, the talented half was picked up by the Storm for season 2017, splitting his time between the NRL side and the Falcons, over his two-year stay at the club.
Head Coach Garth Brennan is excited about the arrival of Jacks.
"Ryley is a Queenslander who is coming home and looking for an opportunity in the NRL," Brennan said.
"He's been part of a fantastic system down in Melbourne and I'm sure he'll bring with him that professionalism and desire to succeed.
"He adds some much needed depth to our halves and I'm looking forward to him joining the club."