As the Manly Sea Eagles look to retain their core forward group together, the club has given Toafofoa an extension to remain at Manly.
The new two-year extension sees his deal run until the end of the 2025 season and with 53 NRL games for Manly to date, his signing is one that was praised by CEO Tony Mestrov.
“Toff is a hard working prop who just constantly strives to get better each and every day,” Mestrov said.
“I know how proud everyone was for Toff when he played his 50th game for the Sea Eagles last season.
“It was a real testament to his work ethic and professionalism as he has had to overcome some tough knee injuries in recent years.”
Sipley will captain the Manly side in their opening trial match as Mestrov backs Sipley to improve even more and become a focal point for the Manly forward pack.
“You can see at training every day just how much positivity and energy he brings,” Mestrov continued.
“Toff is always smiling and encouraging people at the club, be it team-mates or staff.
“We know Toff’s game will only getter better and he will again be a key man in our strong forward pack.”