The Gold Coast Titans have signed Dragons winger Jonus Pearson on a two-year deal, tying him to the club until the end of 2021.

The former Bronco returns to Queensland having played 11 games for the club in 2016.

The 24-year old played 10 games for St George Illawarra this season, scoring two tries.

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He is excited to return to Queensland and determined to cement his spot in the Titans team.

“It’s good, I get to get my family back in Queensland and it’s a fresh start for all of us,” Pearson told the club website.

“I want to rip into training and I’m excited about playing for the Titans next season.

“Obviously a goal is to get into that starting 13 but if not, I can guarantee I’ll be working hard and I’ll be looking to break into the side.

“From the couple of days I’ve been here I can see and feel a really good vibe around the place and I’m excited about the future here.

6 COMMENTS

  1. Good signing for the Titans, and without being disrespectful to Jonus Pearson, I don’t think he’ll be missed by the Dragons. This could also have something to do with Nene McDonald returning to the Red V?

  2. So does anyone know if he was only on a 1 year deal with Saints for 2019 only or longer & Saints released him??

  3. He was under contract with the Red V for 2020. I get the impression from reading the article that he wanted to return to QLD.

  4. I have to agree, he didn’t exactly set the world on fire at Saints did he? Outside backs are not our problem (but Lafai et al? Different altogether).

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