Every team needs a player that just goes onto the field and does what is expected of them and Tanah Boyd is one of those guys.
In what has most definitely been a career-best year for the utility, Boyd’s form has seen him justly rewarded with a new deal at the Titans until the end of 2025.
With 21 games this season as the Titans halfback, his form and consistency drew praise from interim coach Jim Lenihan.
“Tanah is now 60 games into his NRL career and after playing a few different roles for the team early in his career, he has been able to grow into that halfback role this year,” Lenihan said.
“He’s built a great combination with Kieran Foran and I know both of them are keen to build on this throughout the pre-season.”
Although a shoulder injury will rule Boyd out for the remainder of this season, Lenihan knows that the local Gold Coast product will bounce back.
“He’s another local product, having come through the Keebra Park State High School system and we want to keep these guys here on the Coast,” Lenihan continued.
“Tanah is one of the hardest working players in our squad and I know he will want to use the pre-season to continue to build his game ahead of the 2024 season.”