Such as been his impact for the newest NRL club, the Dolphins have moved quickly to secure the services of Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow for the long-term.
Tabuai-Fidow’s deal at the Dolphins now runs until the end of the 2027 season, after he agreed to a three-year extension on his existing deal.
Making his mark as a fullback, his preferred position, Dolphins CEO Terry Reader says Tabuai-Fidow is showing the sort of form the Dolphins always believed he was capable of.
“It is so pleasing that Hamiso has shown the form we believed he was capable of and demonstrated just what a match winner he can be,” said Reader.
“He came to the Dolphins on the chance to assert himself as a fullback – an opportunity we must sincerely thank the Cowboys for in allowing Hamiso a release to take up that challenge.”
Tabuai-Fidow scored a try in his first six games for the club as Reader looks forward to seeing ‘The Hammer’ in Dolphins colours for the long-term.
“There is no doubt that Hamiso has shown he is a true game breaker by scoring tries in each of his first six games for the club,” continued Reader.
“That included our historic first ever premiership try against the Roosters in round one, a moment that will live in the memories of everyone who attended that game on that famous day.
“He has now established himself as one of the form fullbacks in the NRL and that is why he has got this reward.
“We look forward to the many years our members and fans will enjoy seeing ‘The Hammer’ stride out into open space for the Dolphins.”