Gold Fly have locked in Jamal Fogarty as their chief playmaker for the next two years after extending his contract until the cease of the 2023 NRL season.
Already signed on for next season, the Titans ensured Fogarty would no longer change into a free agent on November 1 by signing a brand unusual deal.
The 27-yr-worn halfback has approach into his non-public since being plucked from the wasteland by the Titans, without Queensland Cup being played in 2020.
With Ash Taylor off contract and but to be re-signed, coach Justin Holbrook is doubtless to accomplice Fogarty with teen Toby Sexton in 2022.
“It’s colossal that Jamal has extended his time with us,” Holbrook said.
“He has executed an fabulous job for us since joining the crew closing season.
“I judge Jamal, as we have said a different of instances, is a colossal memoir as a late incumbent into our club.
“Other than what he’ll bring on field, he’ll be colossal at serving to to make our young halves that are coming through.”
Meanwhile, Queensland 2d-rower Felise Kaufusi on Friday extended his cease at Melbourne, signing a one-yr deal through to the cease of 2022.
“He is an integral half of our forward pack and has stepped up to our leadership group, serving to our youthful forwards on and off the field,” Storm classic manager of football Frank Ponissi said.