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Multi-code International locked in for NRLW return

The Titans can confirm Niall Williams-Guthrie will return to the Gold Coast in 2024 after her stellar first season of rugby league, having made the switch from Rugby 7s.

Playing every game to help her new club to this year's NRLW grand final, the 35-year-old became a multi-code International at the weekend with her debut for Samoa, captaining the side to a 26-12 win over Fiji.

Originally signed on a two-year deal with Karyn Murphy agreeing to monitor her progress after coming across to the 13-player game, the Titans coach had no hesitation in ensuring the outside back stays on the Coast.

"It’s hard to believe this was Niall’s debut season playing rugby league,” Murphy said.

“As expected, she has been an ultimate professional on and off the field which has made her such an integral member of our squad and great senior figure in our leadership group.

“She has also quickly become one of the highly feared defensive centres in the NRLW and I’m looking forward to her re-joining us next season in our bid to lift that trophy.”

Making the switch: Williams-Guthrie shares Titans NRLW debut journey

Williams-Guthrie shared her love for the Gold Coast following her maiden season, excited to be returning to the club next year.

“Coming to the Titans was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made,” the Olympic and Commonwealth Games medallist said on Instagram.

“This club, our team, management, community and loyal supporters have given me so much more than just footy and for that that, I’m truly grateful.

“I’d rather lose with this team than win with any other. Heart is sore, but we’ll be back.

“I love this team and this club.”

Acknowledgement of Country

Gold Coast Titans proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.