Titans enforcer and reigning player of the year Moeaki Fotuaika has locked in his long-term future, re-signing with the club until the end of 2027.
The 23-year-old has played 121 games for the Gold Coast club, having made his debut in 2018.
Coming off arguably his best season in the NRL to date, Fotuaika claimed his second Paul Broughton Medal as the Titans best player in season 2023, while he also made his return to the State of Origin arena for Queensland.
The Titans prop says he’s excited to have his future secured and is keen to get to work on preparations for the season ahead.
“I’m excited to extend my time here at the Titans, especially with the roster that we have,” Fotuaika said.
“I have long-term close mates here and even the boys I’ve just met I’ll call friends forever.
“It’s nice to be settled, especially to have signed on for another three seasons.
“Having had a son recently, I can now build my family here on the Gold Coast.
“I’m looking forward to coming back in the pre-season and getting to work alongside the boys.
“We’ve got some exciting young players mixed with some experienced heads and I think we can take it to the next level in 2024.”
Fotuaika joins fellow representative players in Tino Fa’asuamaleaui, David Fifita and AJ Brimson in locking in their future on the Coast; with other exciting talent including Beau Fermor, Keano Kini, Jayden Campbell and Alofiana Khan-Pereira among the others also committed long-term.