GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 28: Bryce Cartwright of the Titans runs the ball during the round eight NRL match between the Gold Coast Titans and Cronulla Sharks at Cbus Super Stadium on April 28, 2018 in Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)

The Gold Coast Titans have announced the release of forward Bryce Cartwright, effective immediately.

The 25-year old is keen to continue his career in New South Wales and will now explore his options for 2021.

Cartwright has played 112 NRL games, including 43 for the Titans after crossing to the club from Penrith in 2018.

Gold Coast released the following statement on the matter on Thursday afternoon.

"The Gold Coast Titans have today confirmed the departure of Bryce Cartwright from the club," the statement reads.

"In recent weeks, Bryce has indicated to the club that his preference is to continue his career in New South Wales.  As such, the Titans have arrived at an agreement with Bryce to release him from his contractual obligations with immediate effect which will allow him to explore his options for the 2021 season and beyond.

"Bryce arrived on the Gold Coast prior to the 2018 season and since that time has made 43 senior appearances for the Titans.

"We would like to thank Bryce for his service to the Gold Coast Titans and wish him well for the next stage of his career."



  1. The Titans have been spending a mountain of money buying new players. That goes with having wealthy backers now.
    How do they also all of a sudden just offload the likes of Cartwright, Latu? Seemingly without any money coming off their cap for the future years. Both players would still be signed for next & beyond at the Titans. Yet somehow they just want to leave? Without the club paying out their contracts .
    Latu went to England at the start of the year. However, you’d think the Titans would have to anti up part of his contract payment over there.
    Cartwright, just wants to leave. You’d say that was at the demand of the Titans. So they’d have to be paying out his contract.
    It seems that only the Panthers are paying for players , to play elsewhere.
    Other clubs, players just leave midway through a contract. Everything’s sweet & no money out of their future salary caps.
    Join the Ranks of the suspect contractual deals Titans . I’m sure the Storm, Roosters, South’s , Knights will welcome you aboard with open arms.

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