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Courageous captain to call Coast home until '26

Inspirational Titans captain Georgia Hale has her sights set on delivering gold for Gold, extending her time on the Coast until the end of the 2026 season.

Championing the phrase to help bring the first premiership to the region during last year’s NRLW finals series, the 28-year-old forward has a strong desire to go one better with the Titans in 2024, motivated by their heartbreaking grand final defeat to the Knights in the dying stages.

"A common theme is there is a lot of unfinished business for us as a playing group," Hale said.

"The bulk of us are staying together and we are building really nicely. We’ve put together a foundation and the future is exciting.

"Our squad is young and it’s nice that we still have a few of us older girls to mentor and steer the ship.

"I’m excited for what’s to come, especially under and alongside Murph."

'I’m excited for what’s to come': Hale

Away from the Titans, the Kiwi Ferns captain steered her home nation to a stirring victory against the Jillaroos in the recent Pacific Championships to break a seven-year drought, helping earn Hale the female Golden Boot – judged the best women’s player in the world.

NRLW coach Karyn Murphy is proud to have the experienced forward further extend her time with the club as such an influential member of the team.

“I can’t be anymore delighted with Georgia’s decision to remain a Titan until the end of 2026,” she said.

“She’s a true leader and I can honestly say she’s right up there with the best in the game.

“She’s had such a huge impact on our squad since joining the Gold Coast for the club’s foundation season and a big part of our success last year was due to Georgia’s leadership on and off the field.

Mic'd up: Georgia Hale

“With a key eye on attention to detail, her sheer determination and work ethic is evident with her phenomenal on-field performances week-in, week-out and she’s been a pivotal inspiration for our squad to follow her lead every game.

“As a great role model for our emerging players, I’m so glad she’ll continue that role with us long-term.”

Hale becomes the fourth Titan to commit to the Coast until at least 2026 after fellow forwards Shannon Mato, Jess Elliston and Rilee Jorgensen also extended their time at the end of last season.

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.