Enjoying a recent resurgence in his form of late and keeping his spot in the side, it has not gone unnoticed as the club has awarded utility forward Frank-Paul Nuuausala with a new contract, one that will keep him at the club until the end of 2015.
With a club that is near and dear to the man himself, having started at such a young age, he could not see himself leaving and is excited at the club’s direction.
â€œI have been at the Roosters since I was 19 and the club and everyone whoâ€™s a part of it mean so much to me,â€ said Nuuausala.
â€œI can feel that we are building towards something special Viagra here and I am so happy that I will continue to be a part of it.â€
Playing in 116 NRL games to date, it was back in 2007 on the traditional ANZAC Day clash that the wrecking ball made his debut.
With Nuuausala locked up in the club’s long-term plans, Roosters Chief Operating Officer Brian Canavan was pleased the club managed to do so.
â€œFrank-Paul has been a stand-out player for us so far this year and has worked tirelessly to develop himself on and away from the football field,â€ said Canavan.
â€œA loyal clubman and a senior member of our squad, we look forward to watching Frank continue to grow over the coming seasons.”