One of the Titans brightest young prospects has committed long term to stay on the Gold Coast.
20-year-old Toby Sexton will be a Titan until the end of 2024, after signing a two-year extension to remain at the club.
The former Australian Schoolboys representative has made his way through the Titans pathway programs and is closing in on an NRL debut.
A Gold Coast local who played his school footy at Palm Beach Currumbin and has been part of the Junior Titans System, Sexton has made his Intrust Super Cup debut with the Tweed Seagulls in 2021.
In ten games this year, Sexton has two tries, nine try assists, six forced line dropouts and six line-break assists.
Titans Coach Justin Holbrook says Sexton is a player of the future and one that the Titans were very keen to lock away long term.
“It is great to have Toby extend his future with us and we think Toby has a big future in rugby league,” Holbrook said.
“Toby is a local junior who wants the Titans to be successful.
“He has been plying his trade perfectly in the Intrust Super Cup this year, having a major hand in the Tweed Seagulls winning all but one game so far this season.”
Sexton has pulled on the Titans colours in pre-season games and shown his potential as he pushes for an NRL debut in the back half of 2021.
The young halfback’s game will be on show for Tweed next Sunday when the Seagulls travel to take on the Souths Logan Magpies in round 12 of the Intrust Super Cup competition.