With an NRL debut season now under his belt, Treymain Spry is gearing up for a big off-season as he looks to cement a spot in the Titans backline in 2021.
The 21-year-old made his NRL debut in Round Nine against the New Zealand Warriors and went on to play five games in his rookie season.
The Goodna Eagles product played 20 games in the Intrust Super Cup in 2019 for the Tweed Seagulls, scoring nine tries.
Unable to show his talents in the state league due to COVID-19, Spry forced his way into the NRL side through strong performances in scrimmage games and on the training paddock at Parkwood.
Able to play both centre and wing, Spry switched between the two positions during 2020, with three starts on the wing and two in the centres.
He scored his first ever NRL try in the Titans 42 points to 24 win over Manly in Round 19.
Part of the Queensland under 20’s squad in 2019 that also included fellow Titans Tanah Boyd and Tino Fa’asuamaleaui, Spry is regarded as one of the most promising outside backs in the game.
He’s also locked in for a further two years, after signing a contract extension with the club during the 2020 season.
“Treymain is a really exciting young outside back in the game and it’s great that he has extended with our club,” Coach Justin Holbrook said.
“He’s got so much improvement in him and it’s great that we’re going to get to work with him over the next couple of years and he’s already shown this year with a handful of first grade games that he is up to it and he is only going to get better.”