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Gold Coast boy Boyd here to stay

Titans playmaker Tanah Boyd has extended his stay on the Coast. Where he belongs.

Boyd is a true Gold Coast local who started his career at the Runaway Bay Seagulls before heading to Keebra Park High School.

The halfback played alongside David Fifita in the destructive 2017 national schoolboys championship side before making the move up the M1 to the Brisbane Broncos.

The stint was short lived though as he returned home to the Titans in 2019 and has gone on to play 21 games for the club so far.

2021 saw Boyd play six games and his versatility means there are multiple positions he could end up playing in 2022.

The departure of halfback Jamal Fogarty, hooker Mitch Rein and five-eighth Ash Taylor means there are spots available in the Titans spine plus the fact Boyd can play all three spots means he could make a very hand no.14 utility on the bench.

One thing is for sure, Boyd is happy on the Coast and knows that the next Tanah Boyd isn't going anywhere either.

The Titans launched a new log and strategic roadmap to 2030 this month.
The Titans launched a new log and strategic roadmap to 2030 this month.

“The school programs and the work that Jamie McCormack and Kane Elgey are doing with the Junior Titans System is different to when I was coming through and just so much better," Boyd said.

“The kids that we’ve got coming through are amazing.

“Keebra Park State High, Palm Beach Currumbin State High and Marsden State High and our other partner schools are just bringing so many talented kids through, so it is exciting for the club and it is so good that we’re bringing those kids here.”