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Ryan James has agreed to a three-year contract extension at the Gold Coast Titans.
The Gold Coast Titans have secured a major coup for the future with rising star Ryan James today re-signing with the club until the end of 2017.

The 22-year-old Bilambil junior, who has already tasted representative football with the Country Origin side as well as the Indigenous All Stars, has agreed to an extended three-year contract for seasons 2015-2017.

A product of the club’s junior pathways program as a former Titans under-18s and under-20s representative, James made his NRL debut with the club in 2010 and has already made 43 NRL appearances despite suffering a serious knee injury in 2011.

James is also a star performer off the field at Griffith University where he is studying a Bachelor of Business and Sports Management.

Titans CEO Graham Annesley said the re-signing of James was a significant achievement for the future of the club.

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