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Titans star Sezer wants to secure new contract
Despite speculation he’s homesick and being linked with a move to the Sydney Roosters, five-eighth Aidan Sezer says he is keen to extend his tenure on the Gold Coast.
Queensland Rugby League’s have announced their State of Origin emerging squads with training camps to take place at the Queensland Academy of Sport next January.
The Warriors hope Kieran Foran will want to move across the Tasman because the club, as flamboyant co-owner Eric Watson says, is about to embark on a period of excellence.
Gold Coast utility Paul Carter is not only facing the sack from the Titans but a long exile from the NRL with the code taking a dim view of multiple drink-driving incidents.
The Wests Tigers have announced the re-signing of back-rower Lamar Liolevave until the end of the 2016 season. Liolevave will join the full-time NRL squad in 2015.
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- Posted on December 17, 2014 | No CommentsDale Finucane is the latest high-profile player to make an off-season switch, with the Canterbury back-rower expected to link with Melbourne as early as this week.
- Posted on December 15, 2014 | 1 CommentThe Gold Coast Titans have terminated the contract of Paul Carter, pending an appearance before the board, after he was charged with drink driving for the second time this year.
- Posted on December 15, 2014 | No CommentsBrett Morris is yet to play a single game for Canterbury but is already welcoming the prospect of having to fight the Mata'utia brothers for a back-line spot.
- Posted on December 13, 2014 | No CommentsThe Roosters have refused to release rising front-rower Kane Evans, with doubts over the retention of Jared Waerea-Hargreaves who is in the sights of Canberra.