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NRL great to join Murphy in coaching ranks

Gold Coast local Matt Geyer will be a valuable asset to the Titans' NRLW side, bringing 268 games of NRL knowhow as Karyn Murphy's right hand man.

Following the announcement of the former Queensland and Australian legend taking the reins of the club's women's team for the upcoming season, Geyer will bring an abundance of experience both on and off the field as her assistant.

The former State of Origin representative and premiership-winning half is a school teacher by trade, and is currently working with Titans-affiliated school Marymount College in Burleigh Heads.

He has also been heavily involved and highly successful with the Currumbin Eagles, both coaching and developing junior players from our region, including players already involved in the Titans' NRLW program.

Last year, Geyer took over reins of the Currumbin Eagles’ senior men’s side in the Gold Coast Cup after coming out of retirement to play alongside his two sons, Cole and Nash in 2020.

Titans chief executive Steve Mitchell was thrilled to have the NRL legend join the club.

"Matty Geyer is a wonderful coach and obviously had an esteemed career as a player in Melbourne and is now up here working at Marymount and at Currumbin," Mitchell said.

"My exposure with Matt was with his development work with young players. The standards that he sets, the values that he's got... he's a real man that wants to build community.

"His value set is super important to what we've got and he's been working with Karyn with things aside involving just footy, so their relationship is strong and they are suited in a lot of ways together."

The Melbourne Storm great will begin working with the Gold Coast later this year.

Acknowledgement of Country

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