Hard-work, perseverance and ticker have paid off, with the Dolphins re-signing utility Max Plath on a new deal until the end of 2027.

The new contract is just rewards for Plath who has enjoyed a lengthy run of games and capitalised on his opportunities to date.

Now a regular starter in the Dolphins line-up every week, Plath received glowing praise from Dolphins CEO Terry Reader.

“Max is the perfect example of the saying that hard work is just as or even more important than talent,” said Reader.

“There is no doubt he is a talented footballer, but the hard work he has done through last year and the recent pre-season have really set him up for success.

“He only made his debut midway through last year, but he has already managed to turn himself into an important part of the Dolphins squad.”

“His unquestioned work ethic and general good nature around the club have helped secure his future with the Dolphins, and we are so happy to have him sign on until at least the end of 2027.”

A local junior from Wynnum-Manly, Plath now has six appearances to his name in the NRL, a number that is no doubt set to increase exponentially.

By ricky

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