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Fermor and Jolliffe locked as Titans til '24

Gold Coast players Beau Fermor and Jaimin Jolliffe have both signed contract extensions that will see them remain as Titans until the end of the 2024 season.

Both made their Titans debut in 2020 and have quickly become important parts of the Gold Coast squad.

Jolliffe and Fermor were contracted until 2022, but have secured their futures for a further two seasons.

Titans Coach Justin Holbrook says he’s enjoyed being part of Jolliffe’s NRL journey to date and is pleased that he has extended his time on the Gold Coast.

“This is great reward for a guy that has worked really hard to get to NRL level,” Holbrook said.

“Jaimin is professional and hard-working and it is great to see those type of players rewarded.

“There’s still improvement in his game, but I’m confident he will continue to develop his skills here at the Titans and we’re excited about what he will bring to our side over the next few years.”

The 24-year-old from Wagga Wagga initially joined the Titans on a train and trial contract, before making his NRL debut in Round 1 of the 2020 season.  He has since gone on to play 31 games, including every game for the Titans this year.

Fermor made his NRL debut in round eight of last season and has quickly shown why he is an important player of the future.

In 2021, he’s played six games and has featured at centre, second row and from the interchange bench.

“Beau is a really exciting young player in the game,” Holbrook said.

“He has great traits with his speed, fitness and power which makes him the perfect modern day player.

“Beau’s still got a lot of improvement in his game which should excite Titans fans for the years to come.”

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