TITANS winger Kevin Gordon has re-signed with the club for another three seasons.
The 24-year-old has agreed to a new contract for the 2015-17 seasons.
In a statement released today, Gordon said, “I’m really happy to be staying at the club I started with, and showing loyalty to the Titans who have always been good to me is important to me.”
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“I’d like to be a one-club NRL player; in my junior days I only played for one club too – the Sawtell Panthers.”
Gordon is just six games away from 100 first grade appearances and will be the 10th Titans player to ever reach the century mark.
Coach John Cartwright said he was delighted to have Gordon commit for another three seasons.
“Kevin has been with us from the start, we regard him as a Gold Coast local, and his best playing days should be ahead of him,” said Cartwright.
“He has exceptional athleticism as he has often showed and is a real crowd favourite up here and is an important part of our side.”
Gordon was recruited as a 16-year-old before the Titans’ first season of 2007 and starred in the under-20s in 2008, scoring 21 tries in 21 appearances. He made his NRL debut the following year (round 3 v Canterbury).
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