SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 03: Brenko Lee of the Bulldogs maks a break during the round one NRL match between the Canterbury Bulldogs and the Melbourne Storm at Belmore Sports Ground on March 3, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)

The Gold Coast Titans have confirmed the signing of Brenko Lee for season 2018.

Lee has today been released from the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and will join the Titans in the New Year.

The 22-year-old has played 33 matches at NRL level since debuting for the Canberra Raiders in Round 15 of season 2014. He has also been a part of a number of representative sides, including Tonga, Queensland under 20s, Junior Kangaroos and the Emerging Queensland Origin squad.

The Logan Brothers junior is returning to south-east Queensland and will boost the outside backs stocks for the 2018 campaign.

“Brenko is a young player who has played NRL football for a number of years,” Head Coach Garth Brennan said.

“He is returning home to south-east Queensland so we hope him being comfortable at home will help him play his best football.

“We have had a number of changes to the squad and he’ll definitely help us in the outside backs.”

Gold Coast Titans 2018 Player Movements

2018 Gains
Jai Arrow (Brisbane Broncos, 2020), Bryce Cartwright (Penrith Panthers, 2021), Brendan Elliot (Newcastle Knights, 2019), Moeaki Fotuaika (2021), Michael Gordon (Sydney Roosters, 2019), Keegan Hipgrave (Brisbane Broncos, 2020), Leilani Latu (Penrith Panthers, 2020), Brenko Lee (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, 2019), Will Matthews (St George Illawarra Dragons, 2019), Mitch Rein (Penrith Panthers, 2019), Jack Stockwell (Newcastle Knights, 2019)
2018 Losses
Tyler Cornish (released), Chris Grevsmuhl (released), Jarryd Hayne (Parramatta Eels), Karl Lawton (New Zealand Warriors), Chris McQueen (Wests Tigers), Ben Nakubuwai (Salford Red Devils), John Olive (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs), Agnatius Paasi (New Zealand Warriors), Nathaniel Peteru (Leeds Rhinos), Leivaha Pulu (New Zealand Warriors), Tyrone Roberts (Warrington Wolves), Dan Sarginson (Wigan Warriors), Paterika Vaivai (Leigh Centurions), Daniel Vidot (retired), William Zillman (released)
Morgan Boyle (2020), Konrad Hurrell (2021), Ryan James (2020), Nathan Peats (2020), Phillip Sami (2020), Ryan Simpkins (2018), Ashley Taylor (2021)
Off Contract 2019
Jesse Arthars, Michael Gordon, Ryley Jacks, Max King, Brenko Lee, Mitch Rein, Jack Stockwell, Jai Whitbread
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  1. If This guy can fix his defensive issues sky is the limit for him already a good attacking option with good finishing will probably be in the side round 1

    1. Gordon
    2. Don
    3. Hurrell
    4. Copley
    5. Lee

  2. TITANS 2018



    • Elgey showed promise a couple of seasons ago before spending an extended period on the sidelines with injury. He also looked good in the 9’s at the start of the year. He may yet come good but I agree, the Titans need to have a Plan B. Too bad they couldn’t poach Cameron Munster from the Storm as Taylor and Munster will be the Next-Gen QLD halves pairing for some time to come.

  3. Great signing by the Titans! I’m still holding out hope that the Titans make a play for Carlin Anderson (Cowboys) or Zac Santo (Warriors), Jamayne Issako (who won’t get a chance this season at the Broncos thanks to Bennett), Edrick Lee (Sharks), Cameron Cullen (Sea Eagles), Matt Parcell (Leeds).

    With that their line up could be:

    1. Anderson (QLD) or Santo (QLD)
    2. E. Lee (QLD)
    3. Hurrell (NZ)
    4. Issako (NZ)
    5. B. Lee (QLD)
    6. Cullen (QLD)
    7. Taylor (QLD)
    8. Latu (NZ)
    9. Parcell (NZ)
    10. Boyle (NSW)
    11. James (NSW)
    12. Proctor (NZ)
    13. Wallace (QLD)

    I think that would give the Titans a good balance of:
    – QLD, NZ and NSW players
    – speed and go forward in the centre and wing positions
    – speed and creativity in their halves, hooker and fullback positions
    – size and go forward in their forward pack.

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