Erin Clark will be a Titan for another two years, with the hooker re-signing to stay on the Gold Coast.
After joining the Club in 2020, Clark has gone from a train-and-trial player, to an established member of the Titans NRL squad.
“Erin’s an example of where hard work can get you,” Coach Justin Holbrook said.
“Since he has arrived, his worth ethic and commitment has been fantastic and you’ve seen his performances start to match that.
“When he arrived on the Gold Coast there was no guarantee that he would get a contract and he’s shown over the past year that he well and truly deserves to be an NRL player.
“It’s been great to watch his transformation as a player and I’m excited for where he can continue to take his game.”
Clark made his NRL debut at the New Zealand Warriors in 2017, waiting until 2020 and his arrival on the Gold Coast for his second start in the competition.
He played 10 games in 2020 as starting hooker and as an interchange player.
After a full pre-season with the Titans, Clark has played every game so far in 2021, averaging 35 minutes off the bench.
A versatile utility that can play hooker, in the halves or at lock, Clark’s energy off the bench has been exceptional in the opening rounds of the season, showing why he is considered an important member of the Titans squad.