Brian Kelly will remain a Titan for another three seasons, with the outside back signing on to stay on the Gold Coast until the end of 2026.
The 27-year-old has played 93 games for the Titans after making his debut with Manly back in 2017, returning after starting his career on the Gold Coast playing NYC Under 20s.
Entering his eighth season in the NRL in 2024 and approaching 150 first grade games, Kelly is building an exciting left-edge combination with David Fifita and Alofiana Khan-Pereira.
Titans coach Jim Lenihan says BK is a key member of the backline and he’s thrilled he’s extended his stay at the club.
“Brian is a Northern Rivers boy, he is a local junior and he has been a valued member of our club for a long time now,” Lenihan said.
“A few years ago Brian won the Paul Broughton Medal as our club champion and he’s showed just how dangerous he can be.
“He’s approaching 150 NRL games and he’s becoming one of the senior members of our side.
“Brian has also had a big impact off the field and has been recognised for his work, especially culturally as a proud Bundjalung man and was acknowledged for his ongoing contributions with the Preston Award in 2022.”