Starling is the most recognisable (and possibly important) of the quartet, with the explosive dummy half now being 81 games into his NRL career. He has played in 18 games this season and was one of only two Raiders' players to take to the field in every game last season.
The Newcastle Knights' debutant has been with the Raiders since 2019, having made his NRL debut with the Newcastle Knights for a single game in 2018, and according to The Canberra Times will extend his tenure in the Nation's Capital until at least the end of 2025.
Starling already has a player option for 2024 which he has taken, but that will now be extended through to the end of 2025 with a new deal to be announced by the club soon.
It means the Raiders will continue to have three NRL-experienced dummy halves within their Top 30, as well as Trevilyan, who, if not for injury, may have had more of a role to play in first-grade to this point of his young career.
The Raiders are also believed to have locked up young gun fullback Chevy Stewart on a new three-year deal, while reports of Peter Hola's imminent exit to England have been squashed, with the publication reporting he will take up his player option in the capital until the end of 2024.
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Canberra currently have eight roster spots available, however, only the signings of Chevy, Hola and Trevylian would take up one of those spots given Starling is already at the club next year.