After a tumultuous and turbulent 2022, the year 2023 has started with better news for Treymain Spry with the hulking winger signing a two-year deal with the Gold Coast Titans.
Playing in five games for the Titans in his rookie season back in 2020, things were looking up for Spry as he sought to become a club mainstay.
However, in 2022, tragedy would strike, when Spry was the victim of a one-punch attack, leading to a long, arduous rehabilitation and recovery.
With football on hold and on a modified training regime, Spry was eventually able to return at the back end of the 2022 season for the Tweed Heads Seagulls.
Titans coach Justin Holbrook is excited to see what Spry can do when he gets his opportunities.
“Treymain is a natural footballer and is the type of player that can make things happen with the ball in hand,” Holbrook said.
“He’s given fans a short glimpse of his talent in his debut season and in Hostplus Cup games, but we believe he has plenty to give at NRL level.”
As he works hard on his game, Spry will hope to eventually feature in the Titans first-grade side once more at some point in 2023.
“Treymain’s journey has been interrupted, but after some adversity he is very keen to make sure he grabs the opportunity to play footy at the highest level,” Holbrook continued.
“Treymain will continue to work hard on his game and I am keen to see what he can achieve.”